Ahhh, the joys of holiday air travel. So much to do before you leave, and add the stress of rushing around to the airport and through security.
We all have moments where we don’t love how we responded to a situation or with how we acted. When you are grounded in who you are, you have a certain essence where people can feel that not much can shake you. Many of us are emotionally out of control, lacking presence of mind, allowing life to take us on an emotional roller coaster where we feel crazy and at the mercy of our life situations, people, and emotions. These seven steps can help.’
There is a wish in all of us to be able to get around troubles in life rather than go through them. If only we could skip from the beginning to the end without having to go through the middle. If only we could skip the pain and just have the pleasure. If only we could skip the classes and just get the diploma. If only we could skip the dating and just get to the happy marriage. Or, for some of us, if only we could skip the marriage and just get to the happy!
I don’t know about you, but going through a divorce and trying to do it consciously can be challenging at times. Communication is always easier when stress is removed from the equation. Navigating the waters of divorce can be a stressful experience. Here are the 5 ingredients for my secret sauce to help us consciously navigate the often turbulent waters of a marriage breakdown.
I often have clients in my office expressing conviction that where they are in their lives is wrong. When I ask them for more details they often say that they are not where they are supposed to be. After some discussion about what “being where they are supposed to be” means to them it becomes clear that their definition is based on comparison with others.
You can manifest the perfect life. By using the Consciousness Accelerators like Love, Compassion, Kindness, Forgiveness, and Service, you can obtain a higher level of human consciousness. This higher level of consciousness raises your personal vibrational rate and creates harmony between you and the infinite power of the Universe. It deeply and significantly enhances the power of the Law of Attraction and can bring you all desire.
Divorce is one of life’s most stressful events; it’s right up there with death and serious illness in its ability to turn you upside down. Whether your divorce is amicable or fiery, a practice of acceptance goes a long way toward righting your life again. When you stay in the he said-she said; arena, you will be tethered to ever widening circles of blame.
Color Code Your Mental State to Prevent Burnout and Perform at Your Best.. Are you in the red, green or blue zone?Featured
In our fast-paced, hyper-connected world defined by the pressure to do more than ever before, it’s no wonder that today’s workforce is in the throes of a burnout crisis. It’s this crisis that has, at least in part, led to trends like quiet quitting and the newest rage: Bare Minimum Mondays.
When you are going through trauma, energy, freedom, or even getting out of bed, are the last things on your mind. Let’s face it: if you had the energy to rise out of bed, you would. And freedom? This is not how you envisioned freedom. Right now, it might feel more like you are being oppressed by memories, anxiety, disappointment, depression, fear, financial burden, and maybe even where you will rest your head tomorrow.
A Look Into the Life of High-Profile Divorce Lawyer David Glass, J D, PhD
You may recognize him as a frequent legal commentator interpreting everything from A-list celebrity divorces to complex court battles on “Good Morning America,” “Good Day LA” and on Fox Network. But David Glass is more than a popular media personality.
As a divorcee and former housewife, I spent years in what appeared to many to be the “perfect marriage,” although perfect was far from reality. While my husband had many great qualities, our marriage was one of social expectations and smokescreens.
Happy endings are wished for and earned, not granted at random. Even for Disney princesses. Think about it: At the beginning of every Disney movie, the future princess is trying to get something, do something or make something happen, right? She belts a big “I want” song about her heart’s desire. She’s not content with the status quo, whether it’s being locked in a tower or staying on her home
island or living a provincial life. She has a dream, and she keeps reaching for that dream against all the odds.
You may have heard the word “narcissism,” or NPD, a term describing a personality disorder. To be diagnosed with NPD, according to the American Psychiatric Association, someone must display at least five of the following behaviors over a period of time:
’Tis the season for holiday parties, travel, hosting and more. While it is a joyous time of year, the never-ending to-do lists and school being out of session can make everyone feel a little overwhelmed, children included.
Consider these five practical tips from the experts at KinderCare to help families proactively manage holiday stressors.
Your body’s immune system protects against illness and infection, fighting off threats before you even know there’s a problem. Even though your immune system usually does its job automatically, you can give it a boost with habits that promote wellness and support immunity.
Meet the Home Sweet Homes Journal — a Way for Co-Parents to Help Young Children Cope with DivorceFeatured
Fiona Kong is on a mission to help children of divorced families cope with the separation of homes with her newly released Home Sweet Homes Journal. Designed for kids four and up, it provides comfort and stability during a difficult time by serving as a safe space children can work with both parents on their needs as they go back and forth between homes.
Between work, family obligations and a constantly changing world, people in the United States are stressed. In fact, U.S. workers are among the most stressed in the world, according to a State of the Global Workplace study. While some stress is unavoidable and can be good for you, constant or chronic stress can have real consequences for your mental and physical health.