True forgiveness, which may seem like it’s about appeasing someone else who’s done you wrong, is actually about you. To truly forgive isn’t to condone what they’ve done, no matter how big or small it is. How to do that? Watch this video.
You never know the impact of your actions on others. You have the power to turn someone’s day, week, or even entire life around by just being you. For more on how to do that, check out today’s video. It might not seem big to you, but to someone else, it could be the world.
Negative self-talk has become so common in casual conversations, there’s even a name for it: Self-deprecating humor. Today, I’m inviting you to challenge the negative thoughts running through your head. How to do that? Watch this video.
Have you ever noticed that as soon as you come up with a plan to change something in your life or you set a new goal it seems like all hell breaks loose or everything comes to a screeching halt? Today’s video is about how to stop that from happening.
If you’ve ever felt gripped by the drive to be perfect, and you came up short (Hello?! Can you say “the human condition”?) Then you’re in luck, because PBS and I have created this episode just for you.
When something bad happens in our lives, we are tempted to shut down. Sometimes it’s necessary for our survival; we shut out the world to protect ourselves. However, it’s important to realize we can’t heal, learn, or grow saying “No” to life.
Sometimes we dumb ourselves down or act “small” so someone else can feel better about themselves. Unfortunately, that way of acting doesn’t serve anyone. What does? This post & video discuss.
Having a good friend can be better than having a nice car, a big house, or a few million dollars (Ok. I wouldn’t mind few a million bucks, but you get the point.) That begs the question: what makes a true friend? Today’s video will answer that question. Sometimes...
It happens to the best of us: one day, we look around and can barely recognize the life that we’re living. What can we do when life gets too monotonous to bear? Here are some answers.