As the situation continues to unfold, I feel like this can still be used as a teachable moment for everyone, including myself.
Problems will be there, and part of being the toughest version of you is teaching yourself how to handle those moments/days better when they come.
If you’re strong enough to wait…
What to do when your partner is reflecting negativity.
Boundary benefits and how to use them…
Be careful what you wish for.
How forgiveness led me to understand the master plan.
The best gift I never knew I needed.
“Always focus on the front windshield and not the review mirror.” Colin Powell
Though I spoke of having a boyfriend a few articles back, I have since become single again. Hey, I’m not looking for sympathy. But I thought it might be interesting to explore the notion of attraction—specifically, if people have a “type” that they seem to attract. As we get older and gain more wisdom and…
Nick Jurczak realizes both the awesomeness and the responsibility of being the first boyfriend his girlfriend has ever had. He shares what he had learned.
Boys are taught to suppress emotion. They are taught to act out aggressively. This is not the way to raise good men.
What we know above all, what has been told to us by the most exalted whispers in our ears, is that the willingness to witness our own stories of battle and see them as teachings of a larger vision, leads us to the permission to never again enact the game of war.
Learning a new skill is incredibly hard—until it’s easy. That is the moment of transcendence.
Pete Louison tells passes along sage advice to his twenty-something year old kids who are about to enter the workforce.
“Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.” – Sir Winston Churchill