If you’re reluctant to ever take time away from your daily life for travel, you should reconsider. Traveling isn’t just a break from the ordinary. Research shows us it’s also good for our health, both mentally and physically. It doesn’t have to be expensive luxury trips abroad, either.Read More »
“Bitterness is like cancer. It eats upon the host. But anger is like fire. It burns it all clean.” ~Maya Angelou
I’ve always had a complex relationship with anger.
When I was young, I used to think I was somehow …
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Sometimes it’s hard to buy a gift for the person on a serious self-improvement path. What do they want and what do they need? Is there something available that is especially good? Are there some “cutting edge” items that I could give? What do you give the person who loves everything that has to do […]Read More »
Sometimes we adults pretend to be someone or something we are not but the difference is that the children know they're pretending and sometimes we come to believe our own fantasy. Because we have a title, or some money or a big house or some claim to fame, we come to believe that we are different from everyone else and much more important. We forget that just because we are human and on this planet, we are beautiful, important, special and we only have to be our authentic selves.Read More »
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As the year is coming to a close, now seems like a perfect time to shine a spotlight on …
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Have you ever been to Disneyland or Disneyworld? If you have, you know it is a magical place. It’s called “The Magic Kingdom” for a reason. If you doubt that it is truly magic, simply look at the faces of the children who visit there. And, if you have been there yourself you benefited from […]Read More »
Bad things generally don’t “just happen.” Rather they are the result of someone’s conscious choice somewhere down the line. There are choices to do good or evil, hurt someone or help them, be kind or surly. Choices are powerful and often have long-lasting effects. Past choices brought mass shootings Some of the choices made fill the […]Read More »
Mental illness appears as a variety of different conditions that causes mild to severe thought disturbances or behavior that results in an incapacity to cope with life’s ordinary demands and daily routines. There are over 200 classified illnesses, with some common ones like depression, dementia, schizophrenia, bipolar, and anxiety disorders. These diseases are known to […]Read More »
“I want to live my life without stress and worries. I don’t need to be rich or famous. I just want to be happy.” ~Unknown
Have you ever set a goal and then become obsessed with it, making it the …
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