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.
Ask a dozen relationship experts to reveal the key to healthy relationships that work, and you’ll likely get a dozen different answers. For laughs, I just Googled the question and came up with 30,700,000 results – they range from “listen better,” to "communicate...
Does overwhelm get you in its grips from time to time? Does it rear its head at the worst possible moments? If that’s the case, don’t worry; this video can give you some new insight on the issue.
I’m honored to be a co-contributor to a new article on HuffPost which explains how to build resilience. Check it out if you’d like to develop your own ability to be happy, self-confident, and powerful, no matter what comes your way.
Are you checked out? If so, practice being present. It will alter the quality of your life and make an immeasurable difference for those around you.
What makes us the same is that we all face challenges. What makes us different is the way in which we face them. For a new way to simplify your challenges so you can see a way out of them, check out this video.