Increasing your vocabulary: Write out all the words you associate with love. Make sure you have at least 10 words. For each word, write out a definition that you create then compare it to a dictionary definition then decide which one you like better. Then take each of your words and identify a person or
As the fall colors make their official appearance and crisp air starts to take over, I can’t help but think how much life mimics the unpredictability of seasonal transitions. Think about each season of the year and what you like most about each one. Yeah, yeah, I know that you may LOVE fall and hate
Your Happiness Is Part of Something Bigger | Dr Mark Williamson.
You know how you find yourself ruminating about something and you can’t seem to let it go? It’s that time when someone says or does something and you keep replaying it in your head and thinking “How could they have said that?” or “Why did they treat me like that?” You know you are really
It is impossible to create immunity from the harmful, painful, and at times devastating statements and opinions at times, but I think there is a better way to insulate ourselves and promote hope than by making sweeping statements of separation or reacting with anger and fear. Be honest, when was the last time that you
I am amazed how much energy I have committed to negative people and their experiences. I used to think that I toxic people were drawn to me for some reason. I would find myself completely worn out and thinking “Why is everyone around me so unhappy?” And after a while, my frustration would get to
In the spirit of happiness and a life of authenticity, the practice of acceptance is paramount. Navigating self-acceptance is one of the more challenging aspects of my own well-being and I suspect for others as well. The conflict arises when we are unable to accept where we are with emotional and spiritual development while simultaneously
Stop the Violence Within | Spirituality & Health Magazine| Page 1.
If we all can agree that one thing we want is to be happy, then the next question to ask is “How do you want to experience that happiness?” Often we get caught up in this idea of things that will make us happy. And most of the time those things are tied to
Develop Radical Self-Value | Psychology Today.