struggle

There it is. The ugly truth in black and white. That elephant in the room I am trying to let go and forgive him for daily. He cheated.
Arthur H. Camins is the Director of the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education at Stevens Institute of
Yom Kippur, the Jewish holiday of repentance, had barely been over for 14 hours and I was already fighting with my husband. Has my Teflon-coated mind not retained a single shred of serenity? Repentance? Determination to be better? To do better?
Don't believe everything you think, and absolutely don't believe everything other people think. What is true for someone else may or may not be true for you.
Regardless of the outcome in November, these issues and these personal questions are not going to go away. Stop hiding from them. Stop hiding from these questions so that when you stand up and stand by someone, you have firm ground to stand on; so that when you live your faith, it means something and you know what it means.
Whether you want to stand up to your annoying sister-in-law or just raise your hand more in meetings, here are five strategies to practice to close the confidence gap:
I have some upcoming work deadlines and my head kept ruminating about them. If I'm honest with myself, I was unaware of what my mind was doing. I wasn't paying attention. All I knew was that I didn't feel as if the day was fulfilling my expectations of feeling joyful and relaxed.
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In intolerant times we need more than empty spin that reinforces a destructive status quo. As anthropologists have long known
On this week's episode of Scheer Intelligence, Robert Scheer sits down with acclaimed Canadian actress, musician and author Barbara Williams.
My point is that no matter what you see on the surface strong waters run deep and you never know what was there before you. If we could all take a moment to crawl outside of ourselves and be just a little more human the world would be a much different place.
If you take care of all your needs, physically and mentally, then you will be able to fully care for your special needs child. And believe me, your child needs you in every possible area of his or her life, but you need to help yourself before you can help others.
It's your choice to look for the beauty in the middle of a struggle. Don't be afraid of the mess; it's a temporary situation at worst, and you just might find the best of you in the midst of it all.
Life does not have to be "hard work" or "struggle". Be conscious of WHAT you are doing and WHY you are doing it. That's all
All in all, confiding in a friend about struggling with some aspect of life is a meaningful and helpful process for alleviating the pain of emotions, but only with the right person.
5. It may take days, weeks or months to break the old habit and create new synaptic connections in your brain - so PERSIST
So here we are again, wobbling. But this is a mental wobble with more risk than anything she's ever had to experience. I can feel the struggle she's experiencing by just watching her.
Success often depends on our ability to present a socially acceptable image. Ideally, our social image aligns with our authentic self or essence.