Friday , 22 September 2017

Life Skills

Misery Offers Great Insight

misery was greatest insight

Some say happiness is our birthright. I don’t know if I agree or disagree with this statement, so I’ll save that discussion for another writing. If we assume this statement is true … I wonder what life would be like if we all had happiness all the time. Like, we didn’t need to wish, work, or pray for it. It ... Read More »

I Own That: Taking Responsibility

taking responsibility

I used to be in so much emotional pain. One of the ways I sought relief was to follow advice I had heard for a long time: “Take responsibility for where you are in your life right now.” Click To Tweet At first, I didn’t know what it meant, nor did I know what I was supposed to do. I ... Read More »

Sensitivity Paved the Way

sensitivity paves the way

You know the kid: the socially awkward, goofy-faced kid who’s different and doesn’t blend in? That was me. I went to 13 different schools, and no, my family never moved.  Was I ostracized and teased because I was the new kid who was dressed differently, or because I was an easy target who never talked nor fought back? I’m still ... Read More »

The Feeling Good Goal

over the moon in under a minute

Most of the time we just want to feel good.   We search for the right work, because we want to enjoy what we do. We want a great relationship, because we want to be happy. We want good health, so we can feel better. We want money or a new car, because we believe it will make us happier.   But if ... Read More »

TAP IN to Adulthood

tap in to adulthood

Do you sometimes ask yourself, “Did that just happen?” “Is this really my life?” Too often we question the tiniest things, and it never occurs to us that maybe, just maybe, things happen for a reason.  Some things happen in order for us to learn, to grow and then to thrive. As human beings, we worry about things that, most ... Read More »

There’s a New Engagement in Town

new engagement in town

Some people say that young people today are out of control. That they are disrespectful, unable to disconnect from their electronics, do not have a lot of skills, and don’t know how to engage, etc. Engagement has been redefined: It’s faster, more direct and efficient. And because small talk is boring and non-stimulating, it’s kept to a minimum. Stimulation works. ... Read More »

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