Manifesting the Life You Want:
So many of us live lives that are not fulfilling. So what can you do to go about manifesting the life you want? First of all, what does it mean to manifest? The thesaurus defines it as “easy to see or perceive.” Turning your dreams into a reality which is . . . → Read More: Manifesting the Life You Want: Success Secrets.
So what is optimism? How often have we heard, look on the bright side? I think that optimism is widely misunderstood. It does not involve a Pollyanna attitude of always feeling upbeat and cheerful. Optimism is not characterized by a constant state of happiness. And optimism is not characterized by the total absence of . . . → Read More: Optimism: The Great Healer
How Can Trust Help Build Successful Relationships?
What exactly is trust in a relationship? How can trust help build success in our lives? How can trust help us in our marriages, our careers, and our lives?
To have a successful relationship there should be a trust based belief in each other. If honesty does not . . . → Read More: What is Trust in a Friendship? How Can Trust Help Build Successful Relationships?
Trauma to Recovery:
How can you move from trauma to recovery?
I was listening to NPR today while driving back home and heard a wonderful Ted talk about resilience, recovery, and lifetime baselines.
Happiness, resilience, and recovery are built into our genetic code. In utero, everyone of us are imprinted with an enormous capacity to . . . → Read More: Trauma to Recovery: Coping with Happiness, Resilience, and Faith
child-sex-abuse, mental illness…and-addictions
I spoke today at Saint Louis Psychiatric Center on Arsenal Street. I have been a regular speaker for Respect Institute since having taken Respect training in July of 2013. One fact jumps at me. During the course of my ten or more presentations, I keep hearing the same two themes: sexual abuse . . . → Read More: Child Sex Abuse, Mental Illness, and Addictions
Spreading-Encouragement and Strength
Do you want to build successful relationships? Words of encouragement and strength can go a long way to have relationships that are meaningful.
I have a passion for spreading my words of encouragement in both local and out of state venues. If you have any ideas about contact information for churches, civic, . . . → Read More: Words of Encouragment and Strength: Building Successful Relationships
I love listening to NPR radio. While driving to the bank, I listened to a program on the pursuit of happiness in your professional life. In today’s world of shootings, economic insecurity, and overall lack of compassion, it’s refreshing to read, think, and listen to programs on happiness.
Featured on the program was a . . . → Read More: The pursuit of Happiness:
The tongue is a powerful instrument. It can build. It can break. And it can heal. So, what is your choice? Do you want to go about building successful relationships with words? Do you want to build fulfillment with words? Do you want to build happiness with words? To go about building successful relationships, . . . → Read More: Building Successful Relationships With Words
Story: This comes from my own life. It’s a tale of positive words. At the age of eight, my mother dragged me to my first piano lesson with Mrs. Hans J. Lemcke in Webster Groves, Missouri. Life was difficult for me. There were challenges at school, on the home front, and with friends. . . . → Read More: The Healing Power of Positive Words
Bringing Family Peace
Chapter Nineteen: Bringing Him Back In: A Story of Reconciliation and Bringing Family Peace
Story: I’m so excited to be putting this on paper that the words and thoughts are coming faster than I can write them. For quite a while I’ve carried a deep anger about something that happened seven years . . . → Read More: Reconcilation: Tips On Bringing Family Peace