I write a lot about well-being and our mindsets. One thing I constantly refer back to is, “Effort.” Without it, there is no relationship, just a one-way street that will quickly lead to someone ended up alone. Once we have gone through the courting process, negotiated our way into each other’s hearts, played, had some intense scenes, and have begun to really discover how much both people fit together, we enter a new phase of…Read More
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Recently in a conversation with some friends and colleagues, we had been discussing and debating the overuse of the now popularized term of narcissism. This is not something I deal with in my practice, meaning that this is not an area that I treat. I wanted to give my take on it, especially when I see so much name calling on this, and many other social media websites when it comes to people. There are…Read More
If a marker for the success of a relationship is based on our happiness, what does that say about that relationship when it is solely wrapped in misery? When we enter a relationship, there are some fundamentals that need to be in place for it to work. Without question, we need honesty as the front runner. The type of unparalleled honesty that makes a relationship grow and evolve. Trust grows from day one. Violations can…Read More
Think how happy you feel when you’re looking forward to something, whether it’s a holiday, the latest movie you want to see or seeing how the last few pages turn out in the novel you are reading. Research has shown that anticipating something can be a powerful, positive emotion that can help us live happier lives. Researchers tested a theory that anticipation arouses more intense emotion than retrospection. In other words, would people enjoy looking…Read More
For Change to Happen, Excuses need to Cease… We are incredibly elaborate innovative beings. Especially when it comes to procrastination and making up excuses. We will create them to get out of circumstances that we do not want to take part in or may be difficult for us to do. “Want to go to my friend’s place this weekend?” “Aww, I would love to but…” We have mastered the way to create these excuses and…Read More