Drawing from his many year as a physician, meditator, mentor, husband and father, Doctor Dacher has assembled the essential
If you were a typical teenager, turning 18 meant finishing high school, proms, college trips. But for the more than 22,000 young people who turn 18 in foster care this year in the United States, approaching the age of official adulthood is a different matter.
My daughter, my eldest child, just had her first child -- a baby boy. They live in Israel, and I flew over for his birth and to help afterwards. What was meant to be a two-week trip, became four and I became an integral part of a very important time in my first grand baby's life, and in those first few weeks that my daughter became a mother.
The knowing that the mid-twenties carefree girl who boarded the plane to take her to the other side the world will never return. She will never again be the girl who never went to war. She will never again be a girl whose friends didn't die from mortars.
While productivity experts know clearly the importance of paying attention to transitions, busy high-performers can be terrible about this. In fact, it's a trouble spot that's usually ignored and it's a major cause of getting caught in vicious cycles with overwhelm, overload, and overeating.
Next time you are feeling stuck, like you need a change but you are not sure how to do it, look to an accessory. True to its definition, it may be just the thing that contributes to the process of making your life more useful, versatile or attractive. And maybe a little more fun in the process.
If you are having a hard time going through a transition, here are 13 ways to cool down the process and allow you to move on with less drama and more success.
But some of the most trying shifts in life may still make us wish we could hide away and hibernate until the threat has passed
The best things in life come out of change, and this is one that both you and your child have been working toward for many, many years!
As many people exchange their well-worn student IDs for brand new alumni discount cards, they are being bombarded with information -- from credit card offers, to (hopefully) job offers, to advice from authority figures -- irrespective of their actual authority or right to dispense worldly wisdom.