Everyone feels left out sometimes – here’s what you can do: As we mature, our emotions grow and change with us. We develop the tools to communicate succinctly instead of having that ginormous meltdown in the toy aisle at Target. Even as adults, though, there are some feelings … [Read more...] about Missing Something?
Positive Mental Thinking
Volunteering is one way of working through grief because it gets you out of your own experience. Grief puts a dark cloud over life and can make you feel like you will never feel happiness or joy again, but sometimes giving back to others in your darkest time brings a touch of … [Read more...] about Finding Your Way Through Grief: Ways to Cope
Disbelief and sadness are the two most common feelings associated with grief. Numbness or a dreamy sensation of shock may be your mind's way of protecting you from reality for a time. Sadness can be the lingering black-hole feeling in the pit of your stomach, and it may show … [Read more...] about Finding Your Way Through Grief: What is Normal?
Making a friend can happen anytime, anywhere. Bonds are created out of circumstance or common interests. If we live far from our relatives, our friends become just like family and they are our support system. Yet as we grow older we know life doesn’t go on forever and that these … [Read more...] about How to Cope with Losing Friends
My wife and I are constantly getting rid of the clutter from our home which always allows space for new and exciting things to appear. I’ve learned that whether we’re talking about clutter that’s physical, paper, electronic, or mental, its defining characteristic is that it’s … [Read more...] about Eliminate the Clutter from Your Mind