What makes you happy, truly happy? What moves and inspires you? What turns your soul on? Most people don't spend enough time doing the things that make them happy. Below are three steps you can take to add a little inspiration to your life on a daily basis.
Recently I had someone from my audience ask me if he was gay for fantasizing about men. When I get a questions submitted to me that I think will help other people, I automatically make a webisode for it so check out my response video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r3_oa3_-9hc I get this asked a lot by men and the fear and paranoia around it makes me so sad because there is still so much shame for many men dealing with these torn feelings.
You wish your sweetheart took better care of themselves and weren’t so overweight, but whenever you try to help, it backfires. You’ve tried friendly suggestions, cooked up healthy meals, kept cookies and ice cream out of the house, and resisted saying too much. Yet it bothers you that your significant other is only getting heavier and doesn’t seem to be doing anything about it, and it is affecting how you feel about them. Now what?
One of those heavy parenting subjects no one likes to talk about, cutting has been called an epidemic problem among teenagers, with millions of children cutting themselves with scissors, razor blades, knives, pins... If you're the parent of a child you suspect of cutting and this first sentence scared you and you want to click away from this page, please stay and keep reading. You need to know. You need to understand. You need to stop blaming yourself or ignoring the warning signs. Why kids cut.
Relationships and marriage take more work than we ever imagined. They challenge us to look at our own foibles, fears, and personal struggles deep within. So whether you have been married 20 years, or divorced with a strong faith in the next chapter in your life, take a look at these 5 steps that will help bring your relationship to a much more harmonious place.
Divorce is not easy for anyone, and it can be especially difficult for children. Kids experience the acute scrambling of their world, while their parents wrestle with their complex emotions. With both parents in distress, or one parent suddenly missing, family love is torn asunder, and the children often experience confusion, terror, pain, anger and grief.
1. You will take action and move forward in your life instead of being paralyzed by fear. Insecurity about your weight, your height, or your shape can keep you stuck and afraid. Instead, move forward with confidence knowing that you have much to offer the world because of the internal AND external beauty that you have defined for yourself.
1. Have the right goal. In order for your brain to be in sync with your body, you need to clearly define what you are trying to accomplish. A goal such as “Lose weight” is rather vague, and it’s hard for your brain to latch onto. Once you set a specific goal such as “Weigh 140 lbs. by April 1,” then you can start using the appropriate mind/body techniques to get you to that place. It’s also a great idea to set goals that state what size you want to wear or what types of clothes you want to fit into.
In my work as a relationship coach, I read articles related to new research on all kinds of topics, including human sexuality, and some of what I've been reading about sex lately really disturbs me. It seems that that we, as a society, are increasingly adopting a clinical view of sex that reduces it to a mere bodily urge to be satisfied ... like eating.
1. Am I truly hungry? This is a very important first question, because so many people eat for reasons other than hunger or they don’t know what true hunger feels like. Those who are naturally thin understand the concept of hunger well and it is one of their most important secrets for staying slim.