Last week I found myself having to swallow some of my own medicine. I didn’t like it, but it reminded me how hard it is to manage oneself. I’d gotten into a major disagreement with my trainer, a man I’ve been friends with for at least 10 years. I really like him. It’s always been a smooth relationship between us, so the fight took me by surprise. Him, too, I’m sure. Why we fought doesn’t really matter, but we really didn’t speak for about a week and there was a lot of tension between us.
It's time to start feeling good in order to maintain a healthy state of mind that is attractive to love. In today's world, very little value is given to the feelings we experience on a daily basis. We are bombarded by images of war, starvation, natural disasters, the disappearance of species, melting icecaps, global warming...and I ask you, how much can any of us stand before we start shutting down emotionally to all this horror? Shutting down and living in denial wreaks havoc on our hearts, and that leads to romantic disconnect, for sure!
Will you find the love of your life if you read one more book? How about listening to another teleseminar? If you want love you have to change who you are being and then you'll get different results!
College used to be a time when dating was rampant. But now 60% of all college students are female and 40 % are male. There doesn’t seem to be enough males to go around. Women have given in to what everyone else is doing. That is hooking up. A hook up is when you go out, meet someone and have sex just for one night. No strings attached, sex is casual and knowing them or their name is not necessary.
Relationship problems are like songs we don’t like. We have conflict or problems in our relationships, so we change something we’re doing - just like we change the songs we listen to, when we are tired of hearing them or don’t like them anymore. The disturbing thing is, when you keep trying to change the songs of your relationship problems, you really prolong them. Why?
How do you mend a broken heart? What do you do when your dreams come crashing down around you? When all you hoped for appears to be lost, and when the lines of communication have been cut? Here are five ways of integrating the loss:
When life throws you a curveball do you have the tools in place to thrive through the change? Have you recently taken on a challenge to grow yourself or your business? Either way, you don't want to miss this post on my website blog, The Footprints We Leave. I share my secret formula for successfully navigating major change - whether it was something you invited in or a circumstance that landed in your lap.
Most romantic relationships are built on the myth of a fairy tale. We don’t stop listening to fairy tales as we get older. Instead, they morph from children’s stories into popular romantic and romantic comedy movies and books. One of the most prevalent myths in modern media is “You complete me.”
One of my new favorite questions at the moment is: Is It True?? This one little question can bust open a whole new line of thinking and reveal so many OTHER options that might be available you. So often, we don't question our own thoughts and beliefs - and yet, with just a little bit of inquisitive poking and prodding, it's possible to break out of an unhelpful thought pattern and move forward to something wonderful!