Are you a People-Pleaser or a Nurturer?
Neither being a people-pleaser in a relationship - consistently countering one’s own preferences to the benefit of others - nor being with a people-pleaser are situations well-suited to developing deep and lasting relationships.
Preparing for Old Age : The Big Questions
Your post-retirement life can now be a long period of time, yet aside from financial planning, few people really think about how they want to be in these important years of their life. It’s worth it to ponder this sooner rather than later.
When Expectations Bite You in the Butt…
Are all expectations bad? What happens when we don’t do well or we don’t do as expected? What is a healthier way to tackle expectations?
Love What You Have (or the Point of Comparison)
So often we get caught up in the appearances of things and relationships around us without really knowing what the truth is underneath and the cost of what we are seeing.
Whereas we may fret over courses like calculus that most of us will never need, a course in forgiveness would be of much better service in life.
Taking it Personally
Most often, a hurtful comment is more about the speaker than the receiver. Others’ opinion, even of you, has nothing to do with you.
Busy, Busy, Busy – What’s the Process and What’s the Outcome?
Most of us pay too much attention to our To Do lists, focussing on the outcome. But focussing on the process is so much richer!
Do you stop and notice what you’re grateful for often? Enough? It could replace worrying and other troublesome emotions.