We don't always meet the people we want but who we may need. Meeting someone isn't always for the purpose of happily ever after.
This week I decided to share information that may be of benefit to those who do not understand the acronyms LGBTQIA.
Family and friends who aren’t aware of this dynamic will most likely contribute to the shame. They may remind the person of the negative choice they made, try to punish them, or belittle them. This only pushes the person more into their addiction.
Often when we are functioning out of our implicit memories our actions don’t make sense to those around us. Once we are aware of our implicit memories and the ways they might impact our decisions we are able to remain more in control of our actions. Sharing these tendencies with those we are in close relationships with can also be helpful. When those who are closest to us know why we act the way we do compassion and endurance form intheserelationships.
What are we willing to put a price tag on? Often, we determine value based off monetary worth; but what if we’re missing true treasure because we are distracted by the next new thing?
In today’s culture, there is most often a larger time gap between the leaving and the cleaving which can also be both good and challenging.
This episode presents a confusing issue that most families experience at some point. When Kate and Randall stop by their childhood home, they remember a time they were both home with their dad. As they unpack the memory, they realize that they remember the situation differently…
When we know we are loved and cared for by someone who is delivering a “wound” we can trust that they did so for a good reason. We have actually become our loved ones enemy when we placate them with flattery.
Time for another dose of Monday morning inspiration! This month is all about Social Media and FOMO. Do you always feel like you are about to miss out on something? Are you afraid to make firm plans because you might miss out on what your friends are doing? Then this is the episode to help you challenge yourself to break free of the FOMO cycle.