Do you agree that you can’t love others, unless you love yourself first? After all, if you don’t feel love, you don’t know love. But, if you think about it, loving who you are is the most wonderful and generous thing you can do for yourself and those closest to you. Here’s why. When you feel good and display self-worth, those around you pick up on the positive energy. If you appear to be a fulfilled, satisfied person who is enjoying life, people want to be around you. In other words, when you care about yourself and understand your important value, you express a quality that is both attractive and life enhancing.… CONTINUE READING
Posts from ‘April, 2015’
You might think that letting your anger out is better than holding it in, that venting anger is healthy and that your anger is justified when people do you wrong. But the problem is that anger is much more dangerous than you think and that you are actually damaging your health, relationships and overall well-being by expressing your anger at will.
Your angry feelings become a habit, a knee-jerk response for handling life’s indiscretions and ineptitudes and it becomes easy to shout, threaten, intimidate and even get violent to demand that others respect you and your opinions. The impact anger has on your family, friends, co-workers, acquaintances, intimate partners and yourself is monumental.… CONTINUE READING
“Life has nothing to do with what you are doing and everything to do with what you are being.” (Neale Donald Walsch)
What that means is that you have a choice as to how you are going to be right now. Do you want to be happy, joyful, peaceful, content, secure, loving, silly, compassionate or empowered? It is your choice how you experience “Right Now.”
Even when terrible things happen, there are still choices to be made. You can focus on how to meet the challenge effectively so that you move through it faster, healthier and with the least harmful consequences.… CONTINUE READING