An updated complete review of the type of people, called, people fixers, who try to always fix other people's problems and life stress instead of allowing them to accept their emotions naturally and work through them in a scientifically proven healthier manner.
A Short story for which I don't have a title. Your Father: The living room smells of your father's pipe and your mother's cooking. It's lamb chops this evening. It's the type of smell that would make you queazy if you weren't used to it. You're sitting on the new couch. It's lavender and at … Continue reading A Journey Into Domestic Violence
Everyone has been there, probably many times throughout their life. A point when stress, worry, fear of the unknown, anxiety, or any other number of things seem overwhelming. Perhaps you feel smothered and helpless. During the time when you most want to be able to think clearly, logically, and realistically, you feel as if your … Continue reading The Best Way To Move Through Life’s Problems
Often having the right balance and harmony in our life and emotional state is a matter of keeping up with the little things. When I first saw a list like the one above I immediately recognised it's value. If we can keep up with these habits while we go about our daily lives, it can help … Continue reading 50 Ways To Help balance Your Life (Infographic)
100 wise points about life that could benefit everyone. I just had to share this great infographic as soon as I saw it. I hope you enjoy it.
My Daughters, some years ago. I think that they prefer me not to display recent photos on "Mummy's blog!" Last fall my daughter's Doctor commented to my daughter that I (their Mother) didn't have a life. She was correct, sort of, maybe. Today, almost a year later I guess I still don't have a life. … Continue reading Do You have A Life, Mum?
Bitterness and hardship. Quote from Women who run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes. Additional input by Elizabeth Grant. By Amanda Ricks @surprisinglives.net