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Follow Joan Moran on Twitter: www.twitter.com/joanfmoran The key to staying positive when you're feeling down is the ability
Marriage therapists beg you to stop thinking these thoughts.
Here's the reality. We all have certain strengths and weaknesses, but when we stop focusing on the strengths and start to have unrealistic expectations from the weaknesses, we are destined to fail before even getting started.
If you want to change a belief you will have to trade in your "knowing" and "certainty" about how things are for skepticism.
Let us teach our children to sit with the discomfort of negative feelings in order to listen to their important messages.
It's long been said that mindset is everything when it comes to personal development and making your dreams a reality, and that is absolutely true.
My Father and Uncle finally became good friends after they left my grandfather's gravesite. They spoke often. They met often. They forgave each other. I still can see them holding hands, as if they were kids again. They were brothers. They loved each other. They embraced forgiveness.
One of the practices that have been with me for several years is my Breath Prayer. It is just something about combining your
Chronic pain can be tough to live with, but these 10 daily habits may help you ease your discomfort and enjoy your life.
It doesn't matter if you're in your 20s or your 40s. If there's negativity and worry infiltrating your self concept, it's up to you to do the mental working of cleaning up your act. Here are eight toxic thoughts you need to let go of:
Many people are struggling to find happiness in life after 50. On the surface, you might think that our inability to be happy comes from our complex lives. But, despite the fact that we share similar challenges, some of us are much happier than others. The question is, why?
You will have thoughts in your head every waking hour. Learning how to manage them doesn't just make you feel better in the moment; you gain more control of how you react to the events of your life.
"Mediocre." "Procrastinator." "Wavering." This is how my friend described herself -- and I was stunned. She is, in fact, successful
There is nothing more humbling and rewarding than taking advice from your kids. Can I make myself feel better by taking credit for my son's intuitive words of wisdom? Maybe not. But I can be smart enough to pay attention. He's making good sense, so perhaps I'm not screwing up 100 percent of the time.