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Does Divorce Scar Children or Is It Poor Parenting Choices That Damage?

Does Divorce Scar Children or Is It Poor Parenting Choices That Damage?

With the favored conditions, sheen, and holiday sensibilities it’s understandable that annually December holds the designation as the month with the most engagements. However, as the calendar page turns with each new year, we also discover that January retains the title as the month with the highest rate of divorce filings. In fact, it’s commonly referenced within related industries (wellness, legal, financial, etc.) as “Divorce Month.” Further details indicate that the first Monday [in January] after schools are back in session from holiday break is the single day with the most filings of the month.

The New Relationship: Change Five Beliefs to Make Love Your Truth… Again.

The New Relationship: Change Five Beliefs to Make Love Your Truth… Again.

[I'm confessing upfront that while this blog post is longer than usual, it may be one of my personal favorites of anything I've written. I think it's worth reading alongside a cup of tea or coffee.]

I woke up in the middle of the night, quickly scribbled five things, and went right back to sleep. In the morning, I awoke to decipher my barely legible script, and as I often do, carried the note in my pocket all day to keep echoing.

Shift from Seeing Yourself as a Victim to Knowing Yourself as a Person of True Creative Power

Shift from Seeing Yourself as a Victim to Knowing Yourself as a Person of True Creative Power

You can make a quantum jump in your well-being and success by getting agile at one simple shift: From thinking and acting as a victim to thinking and acting from true creative power.

I Accecpt and Embrace All Experiences

I Accecpt and Embrace All Experiences

With the correct perspective, nearly all experiences can be viewed as neutral. Your perception of the situation (and on a larger scale, life) determines whether you view it as positive or negative. When you are accepting of all experiences, life is easier to manage.

Who Else Wants to Receive Feedback Without Being Defensive?

Who Else Wants to Receive Feedback Without Being Defensive?

If you know that feedback is good for you; why do you sometimes respond defensively when you hear it? It’s natural to want to protect your feelings, but cutting yourself off from useful input interferes with learning and growth.