confusion

As a result, people's responses range from fear of bullying, to a dread of a Nazi Germany-style dictatorship, to concerns
When we are kind to ourselves, as well as kind toward the person we are having a challenging time with, then an extraordinary
My father's story is inseparable from my mother's. Married 64 years, their lives are woven together into one. Dad was a pilot
The anticipation was building ― soon the day would arrive. It was another week of doctor’s appointments to be sure that the
Your sense of identity drives your behavior. So when you're confused about who you are, you'll have a lot of confusion about how you should be investing your time.
If you'd like to be part of a community like that, please join the next session of the Writing Your Grief course. There's
Ambivalence is a sense of confusion or uncertainty due to mixed feelings towards a given issue or issues. I would contend many times this uncertainty comes from having an overwhelming number of opportunities.
While blowing the toot for Private Cloud is not an issue for me, I do get irritated by people not knowing everything that needs to be known about all types of Cloud deployments before they star speaking like Charles Babbage himself.
In 1944, John Service, Colonel David Barrett, and a small group of diplomats and military staff went to Yenan to learn more about the Chinese Communists and the community they set up there.
The more we practice honoring uncertainty, the more we allow it to be a familiar state that we understand is not permanent. Every attempt adds to our learning. We can tolerate uncertainty when we recognize and accept that this is just a moment in time.
Is infidelity always a bad thing? HuffPost Live spoke to people who were caught cheating, people who were cheated on as well as relationship experts to see if affairs can strengthen a relationship as opposed to destroy it.
My mother's generation, propelled by the scars of my grandmother's generation, raised their daughters to feel like they could do anything. I'm starting to believe that girls my age misconstrued anything to mean everything.
There is a part of the soul that stirs at night, in the dark and soundless times of day, when our defenses are down and our daylight distractions no longer serve to protect us from ourselves.
Once you see where you're shape-shifting to satisfy your ideas about other peoples' desires, you get the awareness that your reality is made up of choices that you are making, not someone else. The beautiful, liberating news is that you are free to choose again.
People with Alzheimer's may have great difficulty figuring out the simplest activities. The following story illustrates that poignantly.
We get used to this person texting us, supporting us, being on the other end of the phone when we need them, and we operate around the relationship whether the relationship was healthy or unhealthy.
This letter is a reminder; a reminder for myself. A reminder that there is a bigger picture than the picture we're certain we've seen before. This here is reminder that there is more to life than dollar bills and shiny cars. A reminder that we still have so much more living left to do.
I believe that the pain and confusion of the world is now so vivid and unavoidable that we have no choice but to acknowledge it. Only by staring directly at the confusion -- examining it and absorbing its reality -- will our species discover a way forward.
This is an excerpt from my new book Nothing Changes Until You Do, posted with permission.  Published by Hay House and available
Alzheimer's is, above all, an insidious disease. Its symptoms typically begin so mildly and progress so slowly that it's easy to deny them until one day there may be a 'defining incident;' an incident so bizarre, so far out, so outlandish that not even the spouse, child or other loved one can ignore it.