In life we lose a few pets and it is very tough to get over. Anyone who loses a pet knows how difficult it can be. People comfort you, but the grief doesn’t go away. What can you do other than talk to a grief counselor and find ways to manage your grief? I took a different route. I interviewed many priests and ministers before I published my managing fear book. I also did much research about dying since many people are afraid of death.
We all have dealt with gossip at our job and in our personal life. I tend not to get involved with people who like to gossip on a regular basis, however I found it difficult to stay neutral. Here are some suggestions on how to deal gossip in the work force and in your personal life. The first step I found very useful is not to say anything that will be held against you. If you talk or make a comment about somebody, the chances are that the person will find out. When your friends start to gossip about others, the best thing is not to say anything.
Many successful people and authors sometimes have a difficult time in coping with their fame, success, and popularity. As a successful managing fear author, here are some suggestions I learned on how to not let fame get the best of me. First, a person must understand that fame comes and goes and that a person has no control over their popularity. Fame is elusive and cannot be controlled. I learned that fame is something you can’t hold onto. Sooner or later your fame will go away.
Many successful professionals occasionally have to work with difficult clients. Since the client is your source of income, it can be difficult to not to get them upset which could lead to a loss of business and your reputation. As an author, here are some suggestions on how I would deal with such clients.
It’s not easy to get over a break up if there are constant reminders of your Ex plaguing you all the time. Keeping in touch with mutual friends could be that constant reminder. But before you throw that idea out the window, find out if it will actually be good for you on your newly found path to finding a soulmate. Did multiple break ups cause John Mayer to finally learn to be a gentleman? Get Over a Break Up Properly
No longer am I hearing my single girlfriends talk about finding their 'knight in shining armor.' Instead, they're talking about how much debt this guy is going to bring to the table if they get married.
So you’ve been dating for a while and everything seems to be headed towards wedded bliss and happily ever after, but is it really? Sometimes we fool ourselves into thinking that a relationship is for us, when it really isn’t. Sometimes we’re scared to be alone so we hang onto a relationship. It’s almost as if we are wearing blinders – our friends and family may see that this is NOT the relationship for us, but we insist on maintaining the relationship, no matter how much effort it takes or how t
According to recent studies, people who regularly attend church marry at higher rates, divorce at lower rates, have more children and tend to be more faithful than those who do not. Our expert, a Christian relationship coach, shares her point of view.
Welcome to the class that doesn’t end…Team Lifelong Learner. Oprah says; life is one big classroom. Ladies and Gents your class is in session … You thought the last time you would be a student was when you crossed the stage and was handed a piece of paper…WRONG! Every single human being is a student; whether you embrace your lessons is a complete different story. Graduation is just the beginning of your next chapter. Look at your life as a book th
It was 10 years ago in Italy when I first noticed the phenomenon. I was on vacation with my family, seated at one of the most charming restaurants in the romantic seaside town of Portofino. My table happened to be next to a young Italian couple. Silhouetted against a gorgeous sunset, sipping wine, and sharing a candlelit table for two, the pair should have been filmed for an ad released by the Italian Tourism Board.