This is the story of a stranger that I have met in the psychology club. She shared it with me after our third classes. I must admit, I was impressed with it, and would like to share it with the community. Obviously, the author will remain anonymous.
When it comes to the relationship between a man and a woman, then not everything is as unambiguous as it seems at first glance.…Continue
Added by Robert Everett on March 14, 2017 at 8:35am — No Comments
there is this great spell caster in the states i just met through a friends description, and he have just helped me to get back my husband who left me for 2 years, I am so glad that i met with this spell caster, he is just in the US to help people and i am among those he have helped and i am telling you to also go and get hold of your own solution as he shall soon be living the the States, he said he was in the STATES to help his client. So i met with him and told him about how my…Continue
Added by Jamila Anthony on March 11, 2017 at 9:27am — No Comments
Caesar, not as in “Caesar’s Palace” in Las Vegas, but Caesar, as in Julius Caesar, the man, was truly an amazing individual. If he were alive today, I sincerely believe he’d be the most successful man on the planet, for one simple reason: the dude had incredible follow-through. Whatever he promised his legions, the people…Continue
Added by Noelle Nelson on March 1, 2017 at 8:14am — No Comments
So much of our time is spent fixing problems: problems at work, issues with our loved ones, concerns with our health, our weight, our finances. You name it, 90% of our waking hours (and so many of our sleeping ones as well) are spent in having yet another problem brought to our attention, with its clamoring need; “Fix me, Fix me!”
But what if, just for this Valentine’s Day, you shifted your attention to “What’s right with” – well, everything? What’s right with your work, your loved…Continue
Added by Noelle Nelson on January 31, 2017 at 6:25pm — No Comments
A well-manicured lawn is the highlight of any summer vacation. It's the backdrop for barbeques exactly where there is kids can run barefooted. With a tiny amount of extra care, your lawn can be healthy and as plush as carpet.
The Label certifies, meals under consideration is, 95 % organic. Using the seal is voluntary, inspite of the fact that, many maqui berries farmers and producers said it to put on. Within the store, it's the method to together with know, that the meals are…Continue
Added by Kirsten Sue on December 29, 2016 at 8:25am — No Comments
The airport was crowded, noisy, chaotic. Nothing unusual about that. I was waiting, properly queued up, to board my flight. To my right was a line of nine wheelchair-bound folk also waiting patiently. All but one, who was waiting not so patiently. She was sixth in the line of pre-boarding wheelchairs, and she was not happy about it. She muttered and groused about how long it was taking, and who did they think they were to put her sixth in line, she’d get a terrible seat, and it was going to…Continue
Added by Noelle Nelson on December 1, 2016 at 12:49pm — No Comments
Added by Grace Sidberry on November 9, 2016 at 6:06pm — No Comments
You can dive into the relationship, and leave everything on the emotional level, and you can approach them consciously. Why partners who do not only follow the passion but also think rationally, feel more comfortable with each other? Try to understand.
We are approaching the point when the relationship between people has changed dramatically. Existing paradigmsdo not work. People are not satisfied…Continue
Added by Robert Everett on October 28, 2016 at 7:41am — No Comments
Facebook Executive Director Sheryl Sandberg told Berkeley graduates about the lessons and experience that she got from the death of her husband.
In her speech to graduates of Berkeley, Cheryl was talking about how to withstand severe tests. In May last year her husband died, Silicon Valley businessman David…Continue
Added by Robert Everett on October 21, 2016 at 8:20am — No Comments
Every person in life needs time to three things: work, family, and hobbies. Unfortunately, the focus on these areas at the same time is not possible, especially if you are the father of a family. But achieving a balance between them is real. Here are some pieces of advice about that.
Family guy is familiar with this state: you work yourself out at work, but family gets offended because of…
Added by Robert Everett on October 20, 2016 at 7:20am — No Comments
You bury your head in your hands. You’d really like to run screaming from your cubicle, but for one, that would get you instantly fired, for two, your shoes are definitely not made for running. But the stress! Not only does your job stress you out, but there’s your family, friends, chores, errands, social media to keep up with – AARGH! It’s enough to make a grown man/woman weep.
So off you go to yoga/pilates (how to make the time for that is yet another stressor), or…Continue
Added by Noelle Nelson on October 2, 2016 at 6:21pm — No Comments
Wedding anniversaries offer a great opportunity to celebrate your love, but they can also bring some stress and anxiety. When you spend so much time with someone and you share everything, gift-giving gets complicated. You might tend to overthink things, or focus too much on making the gift absolutely perfect. Throw in the traditional wedding anniversary themes, and it’s no wonder many people start to dread the hype behind anniversary celebrations.
For each year that you’re married,…Continue
Added by Jeriann Watkins on August 22, 2016 at 8:03am — No Comments
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 didn’t do that, you did!” We like to be Masters of our own Universe, so when someone points the finger at us and tell us we’re wrong, we did it wrong—well, we don’t like it, not one…Continue
Added by Noelle Nelson on July 29, 2016 at 4:38pm — No Comments
Today let's talk about unconditional love and other popular literature fabulous phenomenon.
Eternal love for the partner does not exist
Surprisingly, yes? Here's the thing: your spouse is not your child. A spouse is an adult person with whom you decide to spend your life, but things are changing, and there is no guarantee that every day, month and year together you will love each other.
All my life I was told, that I won't like…Continue
Added by Robert Everett on July 18, 2016 at 3:44am — No Comments
Videos Dipped in Soul!
Here are two links to videos about Father’s Day from SoulVisionTV.com
“What Good Dads Do”…Continue
Added by SAM on June 18, 2016 at 5:17pm — No Comments
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Added by Raumond Casey on June 10, 2016 at 12:19am — No Comments
The other day, a good friend of mine gave a talk in which he described how he overcame his addiction to alcohol, and it basically came down to this: he decided he had a choice. To ease the pain of life by drinking, or to choose happiness. To stop looking at everything that didn’t work in his life, and deliberately look at what was working.
In other words, to shift his focus. Now, this wasn’t a magic wand he was waving. His whole life didn’t radically change from one day to the next,…Continue
Added by Noelle Nelson on June 2, 2016 at 12:30pm — No Comments
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Go beyond the…Continue
Added by Raumond Casey on May 30, 2016 at 12:32am — No Comments
Ever watch a skilled dog trainer work with a puppy? The trainer never ever punishes the sweet beastie for not sitting on the “sit” command, but rather rewards the dog with praise and treats the instant his furry butt hits the ground. The dog—smart pooch—gets the idea real fast, and proceeds to sit on cue with remarkable consistency.
It’s no different with employees. Any good manager knows that catching employees in the act of doing something right is far more effective in…Continue
Added by Noelle Nelson on May 2, 2016 at 9:35am — No Comments
When you look in the mirror, what do you see? That you’re too short, too tall, too fat, too skinny? That you somehow grew a pimple overnight, or a new set of crows feet, or maybe it’s time to go shaved-head considering that ever-expanding bald spot?
Or do you see your wonderful…Continue
Added by Noelle Nelson on March 30, 2016 at 12:28pm — No Comments