It’s tempting and popular to label a lot of what we humans deal with as “difficult”.
Change your thought, and you will change your feelings, which makes feelings or emotions a choice.
On navigating the world as an intimidating-looking guy.
You can choose to stay stuck and blame it on circumstance, or you can choose to not play the cards you were dealt, and move forward.
Choose to make the experience a good one because your circumstances don’t care how you feel about them. The only way to change them is through action, not wanting.
When someone tells us we can’t do something because we’re no good, do we take that to heart and realize that we are, in fact, no good?
A reboot is what you need. You succeeded before, your model for success already exists.
We must grow despite the odds. Time does not heal the emotional wounds we carry and it shouldn’t. Our wounds exist for a reason.
We always have choices of how to respond and act when things don’t go our way. Imagine assessing our options, choosing the best possible one given the circumstances and then letting go.
Ryan Hall Shows You How to Own Your Life
A way to find out possible reasons why a relationship may ‘seem’ right, but ‘feel’ wrong.
Hard times empower you to be a better version of yourself.
There are no do-overs so we may as well get the most out of this ride called life –here are five skills that will help you do just that…
The suicide of your loved one irrevocably changes you. The process of profound, complicated grief leads you deeper into your heart. The three mileposts of acceptance, forgiveness, and compassion become your pathway to peace. Dr. Adele Ryan McDowell assures you that the day will come when you can once again take a full breath and your newly pieced-together heart will remain intact.
There are no do-overs so we may as well get the most out of this ride called life –here are five skills that may help you do just that…– – –As far as any of us know we only get one go-around in this thing called life. There are no do-overs once we pass on.…
We are far more interdependent than we realize, or at least than we care to admit.