Failing at anything in life can leave you feeling worthless, and inadequate. It resonates in your mind, and body, while you are awake, and can even haunt you while you sleep. Tackling the aftermath of failure can be brutal on the ego, and even more catastrophic to the mind if you don’t recover as quickly … Continue reading 6 Ways to Reclaim Your Life after a Failed Endeavor.
Your Life embodies who you are, and is the most important asset that you will ever have. Your Life should be accompanied by some very essential virtues which will fortify you, and will help to determine how your life will proceed. Without these 6 Life Virtues, you will be ineffective, not only to yourself, but to … Continue reading These 6 “Life Virtues” are off limits!
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.
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?