We react rather that act and go with our best available defense. This is why we have the same fights, frustrating interchanges
The victim's sense of injustice needn't stem from the accident itself, either. It might come from how they are treated afterwards
Far too often I work with guys that feel like they get walked on in their dating life. They're unsure if the person they like reciprocates those feelings back.
Deep and genuine connection with another human is seemingly what we all are searching for. It is the feeling we strive to achieve when we chase after love in all forms.
The questions to ask is: What uproots and what anchors us? Discovering the answer and following the steps that connect and stabilize us, may prevent the treacherous state.
Why is it that the core pieces of what makes us each who we are inside are kept kind of "secret" from a large proportion of the people we encounter in life? Wouldn't it just be easier to almost publicize them when we first meet each other?
For the first time, the international community has set itself a clear objective that -- if achieved -- will spare us all from the worst ravages of global warming. We need Europe to stand side-by-side with us as it did in Paris.
I just returned to the United States from California and want to share some observations from my time away. The most important of these: California approaches have proven central to addressing the world's climate crisis.
What do the youth of a continent all have in common? Potential. Not just some vague sort of ideal that we call "potential." There is a story inside of each one of them waiting to be written and it's big and it is hard-wired into their brains to write it.
In order to succeed, you've got to put it all out there, and share all the parts of you with the world, not just the ones that are left when you cleanly tuck all the messy stuff behind the veil.