You are reminded of the desire to love and be loved. You reflect on your self-esteem. At times you think you’re not “good enough.” You want to overcome it.
With the new year, the struggle begins with how to become what you wish to be. You begin with all the energy and excitement to make a difference. Frustration looms when you haven't been able to make it work. Anguish prevails. Want to change forever? Here's how:
Why, I smile. Wishing you and your family a joyous season
The holiday season is near and demands more from you. You are wondering how you can meet all the tasks and challenges that confront you. You could be alone, with others you care about, or trying to avoid conflicts with family and friends.
Life is full of challenges. They either set you back or propel you to heights you never thought possible. Imagine what it would be like to live a life beyond what you ever thought possible. Learn how you can create inspiring life-altering events. Move on to storm through confusion and recover a miraculous life-altering experience that begins a life of promises.
Have you ever wondered what things will be like in the future for you? Will it be the same as it is now? Do you even want it to be this way? Maybe you've had some thoughts about how it might be different.
Negative chatter is like an enemy. It lurks. It’s repetitive. And, it attacks. Even when occupied with something else it has a rhythm that’s harsh and hard to shake. Then it becomes louder like nails scratching on a chalkboard. You desperately want it to stop.
It’s that time of the year again. You have a dream that something will be different. The excitement begins that you will finally be all that you wish to be. Then doubt creeps in. Will you be able to make your resolutions work? Doubt lingers and you begin to wonder if you can carry out the very thing you wish to change so badly. “Resolutions can seem like broken pencils – pointless.” So how do you make a difference to do what you most desire?
This is the season for giving and receiving. Some gifts we receive are better than others. Some gifts are for fun, some we have no need for, and some we treasure with long-term meaning. I have some holiday gifts for you. It is my hope that you find meaning in each gift. Read on to unwrap them and find the meaning for you.
I don’t know why I had forgotten the power of the feeling of disappointment. How crushing! Like a boulder that crashes on a road, creating an explosion of negative thoughts, self-pity, anger, and sadness. Then comes the repetitive replaying of what went wrong. It goes on and on and on.