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.
What was the last goal you set for yourself? Did you make it? How did you feel afterwards? Was your success of that goal the motivation for your next one? Goals are critical in assisting us with determining a direction that we want to go and ultimately sustain a level of satisfaction and contentment within
Regardless of annual income, or lack thereof, the only real estate that we all have guaranteed to us is our own personal space. I’m not talking the walls that house and shelter you, I’m talking about the intangible energies that embody who we are and how we conduct ourselves. We are constantly maintaining, creating, and
This week I have been reminded that when people act out in prejudice, discriminatory, and outright ignorant ways…they are being driven by fear. It may be fear of themselves, fear of uncertainty, or such a deep fear they don’t even realize it exists within them. My response will either give fear more power and promote
The L in ‘LUCK” stands for love and the complexity of this emotion is never lost on me. Loving someone else is a natural process yet the idea of loving self become complicated, conditional, and at times unfeasible. I wonder why it seems so natural to experience love for others and so unnatural to experience love for
I love the holidays. I love anything that brings people together and nurtures connection with each other. Unfortunately, a by-product of all this connection is the much dreaded gift exchanges and holiday purchases that sometimes overshadow the spirit of the season. This post is created in the spirit of including some presence in the presents of the season. 🙂
Who is ready for the holidays?! If you just responded with an exasperated sigh or cringed as you read those words, this may be a good post for you. This time is mentally and physically exhausting all by itself, so why not consider doing a quick mental health check-up before you find yourself wanting to call
“Comparison is the thief of joy”—Theodore Roosevelt. You know the saying “that’s like comparing apples to oranges”? When I was younger, it would always baffle me because I couldn’t understand why you would need to compare such similar objects. But as a culture, that’s what we like to do…compare identical things and circumstances and then participate