Reading Time: 4 minutes It might sound counter-intuitive for a relationship coach to say, but in the beginning stages of dating and relationships chances are high, you’re way better off to quit early and often. You’re way more likely to find the perfect partner if you’re willing to play catch and release until you find someone who can give you exactly what you’re looking for rather than hoping you will stay in it long enough to make someone change to fit your needs.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The next time you feel battered by bad thoughts on repeat, remember this as a potential way to put them to good work.
Just think on whatever represents the opposite of those bad thoughts, and tune in there each time the old ones rear their ugly head. It won’t take long before you have good momentum going toward a preferred outcome.
Reading Time: 4 minutes I’m in charge of the small details. I’m in charge of this moment. That is all. This moment is all there ever is anyway. Alignment happens moment by moment. When I’m the architect of this moment, with an intention to savor this experience, I’m at peace because I know there are forces at work managing the other stuff doing a much better job with the “bigger” things than I could do anyway.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Love stands up.
Love will take a stand.
Sometimes love will go to war from what’s right.
Sometimes love walks away.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Parents and teachers working to help kids create confidence can do a world of good just by asking kids questions, and then listening without judgment. Giving kids an opportunity to safely explore and express their thoughts and feelings about current events is the best thing we can do with role model behavior that screams “Don’t try this at home. You’re better than this!”
Reading Time: < 1 minute Twitter was abuzz Sunday night after the Stormy Daniels interview about her dilated eyes. The prevailing thought seemed to be that the porn star must have been high on uppers during the interview, specifically Twitter seemed to think Cocaine was her drug of choice for the event.
Although Cocaine or other “upper” drugs can cause eyes to dilate, we believe there is a much more probable explanation: stress.