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Today’s health conscious trends tell us that sugar can lead to diabetes and damage our brains to accelerate the onset of Alzheimer’s. Lack of fiber in our diets can lead to constipation, excessive weight gain, fatigue and physical weakness. Poor exercise habits can lead to back problems and ... Views: 82
Listen, I like making money…
And sometimes, it feels like there would be easier ways to make money than to do what I feel called to do which is to support you, spirit-driven leader in growing your business, getting more clients, impacting more people and increasing your wealth…
After all, I am ... Views: 87
In his final dying moments, Jesus said, “Father forgive them for they know not what they do.”
This powerful act of forgiveness is one that has baffled mortals for centuries. How could he forgive after he had been treated so brutally? Many of us have trouble forgiving the driver that cut us ... Views: 122
In his final dying moments, Jesus said, “Father forgive them for they know not what they do.”
This powerful act of forgiveness is one that has baffled mortals for centuries. How could he forgive after he had been treated so brutally? Many of us have trouble forgiving the driver that cut us ... Views: 108
Forgiveness has been around for thousands of years. It is mentioned and/or discussed in sacred writings of many religions. So it is well grounded in the realm of spiritual teachings. Up until recently, the fact that forgiveness was a tenet of religion was enough for most people. One forgave ... Views: 110
According to Dr. Fred Luskin, Director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Projects and a pioneer in the practice of forgiveness therapy, “What happens when you’re stressed is blood flow draws away from the parts of the brain that think creatively and straightforwardly. That is what stress is ... Views: 114
When it comes to being successful, it is often said that one shouldn’t take no for an answer and that they should keep going. As if they were to give up after they experience negative response, they are not going to get very far.
It is then going to be in their best interest to be ... Views: 207
Forgiveness can sometimes feel impossible or even undesirable. Other times, we forgive only to be hurt again and conclude that forgiving was foolish. Both situations arise from confusion about what forgiveness really means. Forgiveness doesn’t require that we forget or condone another’s actions ... Views: 291
Summer blockbusters are full of Masters of the Universe—Superheroes/heroines, Emperors and Kings—in righteous battle. And, when someone storms your castle – be that of your thoughts, your actions, your behavior—don’t you defend it with all your might? “You’re wrong!” “You messed up, not me!” “I ... Views: 143
How to Save a Relationship
Last week I wrote about how one could destroy their relationships. In the article, I listed and explained six actions that one may take to carry out that goal. Obviously, I was not advising their usage, but explaining the actions and the negative externalities, ... Views: 303
Moving On: How to Forgive Someone
Letting go of grudges and bitterness can make way for happiness, health and peace. Forgiveness is a decision to let go of resentment and thoughts of revenge. The act that hurt or offended you might always remain a part of your life, but forgiveness can lessen ... Views: 172
Let’s not kid ourselves; I am confident that you are wondering why I would seemingly be giving advice on how to end a relationship, rather than repair it. Interestingly, I find that we can learn a tremendous amount about relationships, by studying and scrutinizing what makes them thrive and ... Views: 183
On January 7th, 2016, my big sister, Lori Dempsey Robbins, passed away after an almost four year journey with ovarian cancer. Lori was 45 and the single mom of our 11 year old niece. She was my first friend and one of my greatest teachers.
Being with her through her illness and her death ... Views: 142
It is a special type of plastic moulding that is used to decorate the plastic surfaces, with different vibrant colours, along with an abrasion resistant coating. During the modelling process, the in mould decorations are widely used by the manufacturers. These are not only cost-effective but ... Views: 198
Miley Cyrus who believes Donald Trump is a “F—king nightmare,” has said she’d “move out da country” if Trump wins. But wait there’s more. Far more. And in an age of positive psychology, meditation, gratitude journaling, “Namasta-ing” each other, and of course the multitude of mindfulness ... Views: 153
Above all else, there is one factor that contributes to a relationship's demise. It isn't what any person thinks of when the divorce papers land in their lap. I am not talking about adultery, which is the most feared event to face a relationship. I am talking about the yearned desire to be ... Views: 188
Dear Dr. Romance:
I'm a 32 yr old man who is lost when it comes to relationships. I just had a chance with a nice woman which I subconsciously messed up. I didn't accept her for who she was . I was controlling, verbally abusive, and not compassionate with her. The ... Views: 189
I recently read an article regarding what the Dalai Lama had to say about recent events in Paris, where he suggested that we stop praying for Paris and instead work for peace. The article went further to suggest that the Dalai Lama said, "We cannot solve this problem only through prayers. I am a ... Views: 211
Photography is an important art which is able to capture the special moments of life and thus it is important that the best photographer is hired for your special moments. The special moments like marriage needs to have the best photographer and the reason behind it is ... Views: 210
IOS system of Apple is a verdant platform for the innumerable games and other applications available. All kinds of games are played on this platform and the gaming experience is equally enthralling for all the games on offer. The amazinggraphics, highly responsive touch screens, superb sound ... Views: 271
We always hear people say, "I wish I knew then what I know now," so here is some help if you are navigating a divorce now ...
1.Believe in Yourself!
Three words that are so powerful they can change any "I can't into "I can". When you hear the words "I want a divorce", there will be times ... Views: 409
Dear Dr. Romance:
I am a young man whose life has fallen apart because of the girl I love so much. I slept with her but then she betrayed me by telling every body she saw and I felt so bad and walked away from her when she needed me the most. I could count all the tears that run out of ... Views: 484
We have all been there. There was a truly minor or silly issue that came up in our relationship and partners did not see eye to eye. Partners were staunch in their positions and resorted to maladaptive communication techniques in order to "win" the argument. The disagreement turned into ... Views: 349
We have all been there, at one point or another. We reached a point in our relationship in which things were just on auto-pilot. The wonderful passion and romance that characterized the first few years had waned and partners look more and more as friends and roommates. Contrary to the popular ... Views: 436
To really love a woman is to give her your complete trust. I love the line in Bryan Adams’ song, “… and when you find yourself lying helpless in her arms, you know you really love a woman.” To lay helpless in her arms, you need to give up control and be vulnerable. You need to trust that she ... Views: 332
Second Chances. The title sounds like you screwed up on the first try and are graced with another shot. The trick is to not give that first experience any more credit than it deserves. I have made plenty of mistakes as a daughter, woman, mother, and wife. If I wore my flaws like a medallion I ... Views: 305
The mythological Phoenix has been a tremendous source of inspiration for my professional work, as well as in life, in general. The Phoenix is not just some mythical beast; it is a creature that has some amazing powers, powers that we have as well. I had always seen the Phoenix as just another ... Views: 358
What all do the Niagara Falls offer to visitors?
Niagara Falls are undoubtedly amongst the most beautiful locations that the world has to offer. There is a lot to watch and do near the Niagara falls, and a tour around the place is the best way to experience the best of the area. If you are ... Views: 289
Are you one of those who abuse their spouse? It does not have to be physical abuse, it could be through harsh or provocative words or disdain treatment towards your Ex. If you have been doing such or did such, I would professionally advise you to re-frame from such ct totally eek help before ... Views: 377
What is Trust Made of?
What is Trust? How does someone earn your trust? What happens once it’s broken? Do you trust yourself?
There are many definitions for the word trust but to me it means that, “I can have faith that you will do what you say you will do, when you say you are doing it. ... Views: 408
Welcome to Creating Harmony’s email of indication. Our intention in this Harmonising Times is to provide our readers, friends and everyone else with foresight as to the influences impacting all our lives as we move through 2016. So helping each to Create their Life of Harmony by assisting each ... Views: 326
Relationships and addiction are different in regards to the environments in which they thrive. Transparency and trust form a firm foundation for the future of two people making a go of it in this world. Addiction thrives in the shadows, where it can remain hidden from the light of day. Often ... Views: 337
No, not “I don’t care about you” – that would be awful! Just “I don’t care.” By itself. As in “I don’t care that you left your socks on the floor.” “I don’t care that you over/under-tipped the server.” “I don’t care that you were five minutes late.”
Because here’s the thing: nothing kills ... Views: 454
Welcome to Creating Harmony in Your Life's email of indication. Our intention in this Harmonising Times is to provide our readers, friends and everyone else with foresight as to the influences impacting all our lives throughout 2016. So helping each to Create their Life of Harmony by assisting ... Views: 342
Are you and your partner having a tough time getting over an argument? Here are some tips to help. 1. Surrender to your responsibility. When you become aware that you have made a mistake, admit it and apologize. Use it as an opportunity to learn and grow. You don’t have to be afraid of ... Views: 480
1. It’s more important what you think of you than what others think of you.When you think well of yourself and know your strengths, others can’t help but turn their
thinking in that direction.
2. Everyone has been hurt in some way. Whether through bullying, abuse, or insensitive remarks, ... Views: 517
Welcome to Shamanics in Portugal´s Newsletter. Our intention is to remind you our readers, friends and connections we are all part of a much larger, ever evolving community.
We offer here some insights into our views and experiences into the co-creation we are all part of. Recognising each of ... Views: 355
If you're presently going through this article, you're most likely experiencing the pain of the heart losing your love one is one of the terrible things that can happen to you. I understand want you going through because I have also had a heart break which was so distressing. Hearing the one you ... Views: 516
Should Narcissistic Abusers Be Held Accountable for Their Actions?
Excerpt from January 7, 2014 show on A Fine Time for Healing, Whether to Forgive or Not Forgive the Narcissistic Abuse
Many recovering victims of narcissistic abuse struggle with the dilemma of whether or not to hold the ... Views: 605
On the spectrum of ADHD symptoms, perhaps the least understood is the inability of children and adults to pay attention to the world around them. They “space out” in the middle of conversations or are clueless about the recently revealed details of a new project at work.
That “space cadet” ... Views: 1195
Dear Dr. Romance:
I divorced my best friend of 13 years this past January. I'm having a hard time moving on... Let me very clear...over the past 13 years of our marriage..we were never sexually compatible...he was never that into me...I had an affair and I am still seeing that ... Views: 481
Conflict is tough for most people. We don’t like it. It threatens us and makes us feel bad. Makes us feel defensive. But we can feel a whole lot better about fighting if we have rules to guide us.
When the same rules apply to both you and your partner, you have something you both can depend ... Views: 384
What if we have more control over peace and conflict than we realise? I believe that we, as a species, have a very good knack for "talking the talk" but not so much "walking the walk". We can affect the world's dynamic and rhythm so easily through our words and actions. You'd think we'd be more ... Views: 371
Are you struggling to forgive your ex or current partner for something they did?
Are you still carrying a grudge, feel resentment or anger towards them?
In all romantic relationships (past and present) there will be times where the one you love will hurt you. It could be something small, ... Views: 573
“The trees do not hold on to dead leaves but lose them in order to create room for new ones. We can learn from this, by letting go of the past and focusing on the now. We cannot change the past but we can make the present and future brighter and better not bitter.” ~ Kemi Sogunle
We all go ... Views: 483
I recently helped an old friend that was stuck in the past. They didn't know how to move forward. Once I realized this I sent them this letter.
They told me it really helped them and that they read it all the time. The past can haunt you if you let it. I am sharing this now and I hope it will ... Views: 696
Relationships are relentless in mirroring back to us all that we need to be aware of, heal and transform. The common trap is to make the other person wrong and believe they need to change in some way for the relationship to improve. Truly transformational growth comes when we accept that they ... Views: 585
Guilt is a painful, uncomfortable and often lingering emotion that many individuals I work with suffer from. You will learn about John and Dana’s experience today, and at the end are my 3 secret tips to letting go of guilt.
Take John’s case, after many years of endless agonizing and ... Views: 583
Divorce is a word that we see and hear everywhere. In our daily lives divorce attorneys solicit their services in commercials, billboards, print media and flyers. Television shows and films trivialize divorce as it's cloaked in steamy affairs, romanticized depictions of fragmented families and ... Views: 574
Recently writing about “Bully Types” resurrected an emotion I have grappled with much of my life: a) being part of a family, especially as a child and teen, riddled with mental illness and shrouded in family secrets, b) as a child and young teen, threatened and emotionally bullied by peers for ... Views: 622