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How To Deal With Crazy People

How To Deal With Crazy People

  How To Deal With Crazy People is a site that has answers to deal with the 10% of the population that is difficult to deal with.  These so-called ‘crazy people’ can monopolize your time, be an emotional drain, and add buckets of stress to your life. join our mailing list for tips and notice of helpful products * indicates required Email Address *   Which are you struggling with the most?   Your parents Your children Your Spouse Your romantic … Read entire article »

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How To Forgive Yourself

How To Forgive Yourself

I was supposed to have another blog out last Wednesday about the difference between guilt and responsibility.  It would help with understanding how you can forgive. Because so much of forgiveness is taking responsibility for your future and not waiting around for someone else to take care of you, you need to know to taking responsibility doesn’t mean you’re guilty. But I’m guilty of saying I’d get it done and then not doing it. I need … Read entire article »

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Fine! don’t forgive.

Fine! don’t forgive.

  Because you can’t be forced to!  Let’s go over that again.  You, the person who got hurt, cannot be forced to let go of your pain.  You can hold onto the memory and the jagged edge of every bad thing that happened to you, and I mean it sincerely that you have a right to do that. When other people get … Read entire article »

Forgiveness is NOT a free pass.

Forgiveness is NOT a free pass.

  No one can force you to forgive.  You also can’t be forced into taking vitamins, staying away from abusers, and following your dreams.  Let’s get this straight right now.  Forgiveness is NOT for the other person.  It’s for YOU. When you forgive, you no longer put the energy into the other person, into hoping for their pain, or wishing they would … Read entire article »

Goal!

Goal!

I had a goal this week to write one blog a day, even if it was a sentence and a picture. Here’s the last blog and my goal is complete, for now.  Remember that goals should be a constant part of your life.  If you have a direction you’re going towards, you are less emotionally reactive, have greater emotional stability, … Read entire article »

Don’t be so responsible, at least not for everyone else!

Don’t be so responsible, at least not for everyone else!

Who are you responsible for?  Most adult women don’t know the answer to this question.  They think they do, but they are taking care of everyone else around them, not taking care of themselves, and then resenting someone else for the state of their lives.  Plenty of men are doing the same things and talking about how they can’t ever … Read entire article »

Linear is great, if you’re a line.

Linear is great, if you’re a line.

  Every now and then some helpful soul will give me a new set of how-to-plan forms.  In the past I’ve even tried to use them. Then always felt like I was this failure, because they never worked for me. Well, I’m not a line. I don’t think in a linear fashion, which is often true for people who have any kind … Read entire article »

Forget multi-tasking, get a toggle switch.

Forget multi-tasking, get a toggle switch.

  There’s all these studies I won’t bore you with, that state that multitasking  does not work.  The same studies go on to say that no one really multitasks. All of us toggle back and forth between different tasks wasting energy and being less efficient. The people who did the studies ought to have a few kids. Because let me tell … Read entire article »

You need your Yoda.

You need your Yoda.

There’s plenty of people who will get in your way, tell you it can’t be done, yada, yada, yada, when you really need Yoda.  You need that person who will respectfully tell you you’re full of it or genuinely help you celebrate success.  You pick them, you let them guide you, and they get the joy of mentoring your success.  … Read entire article »

Make it easy to keep your goals!

Make it easy to keep your goals!

  I have two times in any given day that actually belong to me. 1. Before everyone else wakes up. 2. After everyone else has gone to bed.  Otherwise I’m between a rock and hard place on finding time for myself and the goals I want for just me.  So I wake up at 4:45 and go work out.  When you’re … Read entire article »

How to set a goal you’ll actually keep.

How to set a goal you’ll actually keep.

Think small.  Now go smaller.  Go so miniscule that you cannot help but succeed and then you have success to build on.  It’s a simple idea that I’m going to show you works, or prove that it can’t. I’m going to write a short blog each day for the next week.  It might be a picture and a sentence, but it … Read entire article »