Things You Would Never Say to Anyone But Yourself

“I’m such an idiot.”

“I’m too fat…no donut for me.”

“Nice one, loser.”

“I’m such a screw-up.”

“He wouldn’t like me, I’m ugly.”

“I’m not...

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Scarcity and Abundance

We are programmable. It may take some time to change the program but it is changeable.

All day we are busy running here, or busy doing that, a million and one things to scratch off our to-do list before bed. Not enough time, not enough money,...

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Putting the Past Where it Belongs

We don’t drive our vehicle by watching in the rearview mirror, neither should we in life.

So many times, so many of us hold on to things from our past: past hurts, loss, betrayals. While these experiences can feel uncomfortable and...

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What are Coping Mechanisms?

Sometimes you are unaware of it, but looking for approval or trying to live up to someone’s expectations is something we regularly do. The approval feels good and makes us feel that we belong and are acceptable. 

But what happens when...

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How to Stop Saying No to Yourself

Have you been told you can’t have something? It probably happened often when you were a kid. 

    “Can I have a candy?”, “No.” (grumble)

    “Can I go to a friend’s...

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Focus on Where You Want to Go

There is a tip that is given in drivers’ training: put your focus on where you want to go. If you want to miss that pothole or not hit that sign, don’t look at it.

I don’t think they know how much that tip pertains to life! If...

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How to Make the Most of Your To-Do List

Do you ever stress about the things you need to do? Making a mental list of the things you need to accomplish and praying you don’t forget any item as you run the list over and over again in your head. The stress you feel in just trying to...

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