When we were very young, we dreamed about what we wanted to be when we grew up. We did this in part because grownups ask us all the time “What do you want to be when you grow up?” We did it also because it’s normal for young children to fantasize an ideal existence for
I am beyond excited that 2015 is here and is going to be a banner year – I just know it! How about you – were you ready to say goodbye to 2014 and welcome in the new year? Here’s why I’m so over-the-top excited. A new Year – Let’s set the stage: 2014 began
Congratulations on creating your picture and experiencing the feelings you defined in Part 2. Well done – and now it gets really exciting! Click on this link to read the previous posts in this series. In this post, it’s time to start living what you learned in Parts 1 and 2. Integrating your new, ultimate
Last week we talked about the inner dialogue in our heads – be it conscious or unconscious – that critical, judgmental dialogue that seems to run on and on and on. We all experience some aspects of this unhealthy relationship with ourselves. If you missed last week’s post, this link will take you to it.
Have you had a relationship with someone – friend, colleague, family member or a romance – and noticed that he or she seems to be pretty hard on himself or herself? Perhaps you’ve heard this person mumble with disgust, “I’m so stupid” or perhaps, with a tone of resignation, “Why bother, I’ll just screw it