Once I realized that my anger was a feeling of pain I could start to see it was the way that I called out for love, for connection, for validation.
Emotions are signals from our brain to take action. They are the highlighter of our mind. Emotions emphasize important points and underline what the mind feels is vital for us. Because they engage the body too, emotions leave the mind as energy. That energy must physically move, maybe to get out of the way of an object, perhaps to defend ourselves, and possibly to cry or physically express yourself in some other way. Continue reading “Emotions”
Some time ago, it became my belief that feeling unsafe and unhappy about my weight and diet, along with feeling bad about myself, did more to exacerbate the problem than anything else.
Anyone fighting the battle of being overweight knows one thing – it is not easy! They do not need any more advice, diets, help, or education on what to do. They are usually not lacking in motivation, discipline, desire, or ability. So then, why are they still overweight? Continue reading “Action Plan For Weight Loss”
It does not matter if God is imaginary or real, its effect on you is more important than the question. Love works the same way.
Do you believe in God? Does it rile or comfort you? Few things are more controversial or give the world more trouble than God. There is no way to prove whether God is real or not. If God is real, it is evident that God is not proprietary or conditional, and does not care which religion you choose or if you are an atheist. It is all about faith. It is worth exploring. Continue reading “On God”
When you are going through any difficult time in your life, turning to spirituality or religion or God can help. So can journaling, reflection, meditation and common sense. It is also important to question and reflect on significant truths that guide all parts of our lives. See mine below, followed by the five steps. Continue reading “Five Steps To Better Living”
Have you ever been in a fight with someone you love? We have all been there, and it is not pleasant. But when you look closely you see there are many layers of our communication. In the recording industry they call these layers “tracks” and breaking our communication into tracks can help us to see what is going on a little more clearly. Continue reading “Communication Skills”