Gratitude: The quality of feeling or being thankful. I can't remember when it started, but I was not always grateful. At least nothing compared to the extent that I am today. Perhaps I graced the table before dinner, because Mom told us to. I had to say, "Thank you" when someone gave us something or
We Make the Time To Do Whatever We Really Want To Do – It’s Really Just a Matter of What We Make Our Priority
Ah Yes! That word "PRIORITY." We hear it everyday used in different instances. In relationships, in business, in household chores, in dealing with our everyday responsibilities and goals. But why is priority such a "buzzword" these days? We use it to describe how we're not being made a "priority" to our spouses, partners, significant others,
Relationships are just like plants - when you take time to nourish it, it will grow; if you neglect it, it will die. It really is as simple as that. We tend to make things very complicated. Perhaps we believe the more difficult we make what we need to do - appear to be -
Grieving is common to all living things - even animals grieve! You've seen the videos of animals refusing to leave the site of their owner's final resting place. So what make you think it isn't normal for you to grieve? No - let me rephrase that. What makes you think it isn't OK for you
Allow yourself to FEEL your pain. A break-up or divorce can hit every pain point you never even knew you had. When you’re down to nothing, remember there is only one direction you can go, and that is up! Our first instinct is to deny what we’re experiencing because it’s just too painful to acknowledge.
We are all in relationships of some kind. Most of us are in relationship with three things; people, habits, and things. Now you may understand being in relationship with people, but - "Things" and "Habits" - you're not so sure. Well "things" are the things we have. You know, that cellphone, money, the "things" we
As far back as I can remember, I've always been an inquisitive child. I was always curious as to why we believe certain things, continue to do things that seem counterproductive - never curious of what might happen if we changed aspects of what we do, in order to have a better result. Many people