Do you ever just look in the mirror and ask yourself "what does it mean to be you?" "Who are you and what do you represent?" You should. Whatever the answer is, make sure you are absolutely happy with it. True happiness starts with self improvement.
Gender is a fluid thing. Just ask model and activist Geena Rocero, who gave a stirring TED Talk on the subject.
Identity theft has topped the list of consumer complaints filed with the FTC for 13 consecutive years and there's no evidence that this year it won’t make the list for the 14th. Just how many victims of identity theft are there each year? While we don't yet have the figures for 2013, a Javeline report puts the numbers from 2012 at 12.6 million. Factor in the more than 70 million Americans impacted by the recent Target and Niemen Marcus data breaches, and it's clear why identity theft is a major concern for many Americans.
This sex and relationship coach explores why some heterosexual men engage in gay sex. Here are 8 possible considerations if you or your partner is asking the question: "Am I gay?"
Getting into the relationship was the easy part, the hard part is maintaining the "I" in relationship and shelving the "We" part every now and then. It can be a challenge to maintain your individuality and differentiate yourself in your relationship but drawing the line between partnership and loss of identity can be easy.
A couple of grifters were picked up near Altamonte Springs, FL (northwest of Orlando) trying to fraudulently purchase iPhone 5s. Ho hum. However, this couple refused to produce proven identification when the police arrived. Instead, it was discovered that the two had upwards of 20 falsified IDs.
From a psychological perspective, Downton Abbey demonstrates how times may change, but certain human challenges remain the same.
Whew, January 1, 2013. I didn’t think we’d make it this far. The Mayans said that December 21, 2012 was the end of time – astrological events were supposed to wipe out most of earth’s inhabitants. In some ways I wish the Mayan’s were right, then I wouldn’t have to face the annual task of developing New Year’s resolutions only to have them fail.
When you're married with children, it's easy to lose your sense of self. After all, you're so busy playing wife to your husband and mom to your kids, it's hard to remember your own identity. But, if you think the solution is to end your marriage, know that you have other options.
How would you like to connect with people more quickly? ... to understand another person's perspective and motivations? How would you like to be able to have more compassion? All of these things are possible when you know Neimology® Science, which is the study of the placement of the letters in a name.
The level of stress seems to increasing in our world. I hear about that on the personal level from many of the people I work with. The tendency for strong positional perceptions and their accompanying conflicts seems so prevalent, personally, socially, politically and globally: Wall Street vs. Main Street; Conservative vs. Liberal; Terrorists intent on blowing things up vs. Powers vested in Control, Wealth and Advantage; The Environment movement vs. Interests in Economic Prosperity; and all the “I’m Right vs.
The CHANGING Woman Maturation is the growth and development of each person on life’s journey. The process is different for each person, yet there are some universal commonalities. We grow, experience life,learn and change. Here we focus on two stages of “Everywoman’s” life as she grows into the more mature stages as we know them in our times. “With each stroke of the Brush, an original New Shade of Color is Invented”
Don’t teach your kids what to think… teach them how to think. The process of thinking is actually the process of asking questions. Questions do two things: 1, they stimulate responses. 2, they guide the focus of whoever is involved in those questions. So, if you’re not getting good answers (or any answers at all), ask different and better questions. How many times have your kids asked you a question from their homework? How many times have your kids asked you what to do in a particular situation? How many times have you told them the answer?
What do we do when we meet up with someone whose values are so opposed to our own? What about being curious as to why and how they made their decisions versus being judgmental? What about pondering their philosophy to come to a deeper understanding of another person's point of view, before condemning? Lastly, can we maintain civility and be polite regardless if we vehemently disagree?