Appreciation - the recognition and enjoyment of the good qualities of someone or something. Demand that your mind, body, and soul prepare to embrace your life in the most relative state, the current. Why? Because in order to press through life challenges, and actually change who you are, (growth) your body needs positive energy both … Continue reading 5 Ways to Appreciate Your Life.
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Letting someone go, simply means that you relinquish your grip or hold, while setting them free to move and live as they insist. Giving up, on the other hand, means to abandon, make a mental or verbal declaration that the person or situation is incurable, insolvent, or hopeless. Therefore, the two are definitely very different. So how do you put … Continue reading Letting Go, Without Giving Up on Those You Love. (Powerful & Helpful Tips!)
Did you know that your mind is the greatest and most powerful tool available to you? Although the mind is not officially considered one of the “senses”, it should be called the Mother of all senses. Scientists have established through years of research, that the brain uses more energy than any other organ. Scientists can … Continue reading Mind Digest – The Real Deal about who is actually in charge of your mind. (Tips)
Just like the story of the "Fictional Headless Horseman" from Tarrytown, the Headless Boss emerges from the grave, and never finds his head. He has been seen however holding what appears to be his head (or a pumpkin like figure in his hands at times). Of course in this story, the Headless Boss actually loses … Continue reading Tips on dealing with a Headless Boss from Tarrytown.
Be cordial, with no expectation. Don’t modify your behavior just because they are rude, be nice! When greeting them, don’t expect a response. Make it a point to offer to help when you can. Don’t spend time worrying about their behavior, it’s toxic. Just be nice. Don't let them live rent free in your head. Keep … Continue reading 6 ways to be nice to mean people.
Well…. probably, at least according to the definition. Let’s look at one of the official ones. Racism: The belief that all members of each race possess characteristics, abilities, or qualities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races. Let me share a very real … Continue reading Am I Racist? Probably! (a must read)
Feeling like life has passed you by? Do you think a lot about how much time has been lost, what you wish that you would have done differently, while constantly counting the years that were wasted? No worries, you are among many others who spend countless hours a week regretting their past life decisions, or better yet, adding them up constantly, while experiencing … Continue reading Am I late to my life? (1 min read)
Friendship is by far the most sensitive and vulnerable relationship on the face of the earth. Why? because if we really keep it real, friends are typically unrelated by blood, and the opportunity to get more can be a dime a dozen. Now we have to identify if the dime a dozen friends meet the benchmarks, … Continue reading Best Friend or Nah?
Mother - Daughter relationships are by far the most unique, and thus the most vulnerable, especially during teenage years. When girls are younger, they look up to their Mothers, wanting to dress, act, and simply put be like them when they grow up. Then life happens…. the daughter matures, changes her friend group, get a boyfriend, etc., and … Continue reading Does my Teenage Daughter really hate me?
I have met people who say after an offense, there is nothing one can say to make them believe that the offender was really sorry for what was said or done. Some experts support the idea that an effective apology is composed of at least 5 components; Such as acknowledgment, regret, a sincere statement of "I'm … Continue reading Are apologies ever really real?