Some people thrive on change, others put up with it, and some end up whining. Give up the whimper and go beyond survival. Thrive on change.
Grief and loss are a part of life whether we deal with the loss of a job, a precious item, our home from a fire or flood, a pet, a relationship through divorce or conflict, or a loved one due to death.
Resilience protects youth from teenage problems. Help ease growing pains by improving your parental communication and connection. It just make all the difference!
Researchers, as well as ancient and recent philosophers, honor the act of crying. Never do they suggest you must cry nor stop crying.
The Myths of Happiness gives insights into our fruitless, and sometimes silly, efforts to be happy while offering realistic direction for personal fulfillment.
True Self-Compassion Do you tell people, maybe your children, You are special. You are smart. You are amazing? Do you send yourself similar messages? But, wait! These lines are not necessarily the best for anyone’s development of healthy self-esteem, confidence, compassion or self-compassion. Believing You are smart, may be true or not. Numerous and recent […]
Ready to make friends or to begin dating? Here are four simple steps to make new and emotionally safe relationships. Yes, you can make new friends.
Your biological parents cannot be switched. Your past cannot be changed. However, your perspective can change. Consider how you might forgive your parents.
One of the most effective ways to strengthen personal resilient is to explore your childhood.
You can experience the true knowing of your body wisdom Your body is more than skin and bones. It is a vessel of truth. Tune into yourself from head to toe!
Talk2MorePeople is like a communication and connection bible with a mix of personal vignettes, research, challenges, exercises, tools, and resources.
Research that supports resilience to COVID-19 serves us in most situations. Attending to our mental health is important no matter what.