There are a lot of people on this planet. There is no need to be lonely. Reach out to the people you know, invite them into your life. Consider taking risks with people that you have not invited to be closer to you and including those who you may not have had a change to connect with. Because more friends are more friends.
The following steps are designed to help reveal which underlying beliefs, including values or judgements, might have contributed to the conflict and what to do about them.
Creative writing is one way to access other parts of our brain, emotions, and ways of knowing. When Virginia Woolf wrote, “Write it slant.” I think she was encouraging writers not to come at a subject head on, too obviously ‘on the nose,’ but to look at the subject in different ways in order to reveal it in a fresh way to the reader. I think we can do that for ourselves too
A recent study shows that loneliness is as harmful as smoking 15 cigarettes a day! And it can occur at any time in life. Here are some ways to stay connected.
The idea that adults are supposed to have it all together and be completely independent, is a myth that affects the willingness of many to reach out to their friends for support when things are not going well.
Hardly anyone wants to harm another person, but often, we feel even more strongly about not wanting anyone else to be angry at us. We are uncomfortable with other people’s pain and hurt.
This post is meant to help you identify the various types of non-physical abuse, which include verbal abuse, emotional abuse and psychological abuse. Once identified you should be better able to know where to set boundaries in terms of expecting respect from others.
We need to be better informed about porn. When we make parenting decisions based on fear and lack of information, we may do more harm than good.
The work of a couple is to determine what role porn plays in their relationship, what role it could play, if any, and how this works for everyone.
At some point in life, most of us will look at where we are and what we have, and how close we are to what we imagined our life would be. Whatever we see, how we feel about it will often be connected to how we feel about ourselves.