Many times we question ourselves in how we are processing our thoughts about our partners, their past, and who they have shown themselves to be. We convince ourselves we don’t need to know the past because now is all that matters. We are told not to judge someone based on their history because the situation is not the same. While this logic is true, there is more to it than meets the eye. Listen to that inner voice that tells you something is not right. Trust your intuition. Continue reading →
There is no need to sugar coat things or walk on egg shells with this subject. Let’s call it what it is and have no fear. If you cheat on the person you professed your undying love to, you are an a** hole. And that goes for both sexes. There are no excuses for this type of behavior. You Messed up bad. And I use the term ‘messed up’ as a less vulgar word than the one I really want to say. The question here remains; If you cheat on me, does that mean you don’t love me?? Continue reading →
We see it in the news, we read about it in newspapers or in social media feeds, we hear of it from people we know or don’t know; but we never think it could happen to us. We sympathize with those who get affected. We recognize that it is now more common than ever before. We know it’s possible that anyone can get diagnosed with any disease at any time in their life. But we still don’t grasp the idea Continue reading →
A question I have asked myself a million times and I am still struggling with the answer. That’s if there is only one answer. Don’t you find yourself sometimes asking yourself why do I love this person? Why am I so drawn to this person? Why can’t I let go if I know this person is not for me? Continue reading →
“Don’t forgive because it’s the right thing to do, forgive because it’s what you want to do”. Aly Johnson
“I can forgive, but I cannot forget, is only another way of saying, I will not forgive. Forgiveness ought to be like a cancelled note – torn in two, and burned up, so that it never can be shown against one.” Henry ward Beecher
“He that cannot forgive others breaks the bridge over which he must pass himself; for every man has need to be forgiven.” Thomas fuller
“Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespassed against us”. The Lord’s Prayer
How often do we repeat quotes like these in our daily lives and actually understand the depth of forgiveness? Do we really know how to forgive? And why is it that we do not practice this act more often? Continue reading →
I start by saying, I am writing this article as I am deeply sad and mourning the loss of a family member.
Previously, I have written on this subject and I touched on more than one type of goodbye. Today I dedicate this post to my cousin George – who just passed away two days ago. May he rest in peace and may he be in a place that is deserving for him. Continue reading →
One of the most destructive emotions in our lives is the feeling of Fear. It is the most common one next to Love. Both of those emotions even go hand in hand.
What is fear exactly? Why do we fear? Who experiences fear the most? What do we do to overcome the feeling of fear in our lives???
The feeling of fear itself is very versatile. Every person feels fear differently and the reason or cause of fear varies as well. Generally speaking though, fear is an emotion that paralyzes our ability to think positively and find peace in our lives. When you fear something, you are unsure Continue reading →
How do we measure success? Do we recognize all our successes? Why is success so important to every human being? Do we know how to capture momentum?
I can confidently say I know the meaning of success because I have lived it and continue to live it. It is very important to recognize your own success and be proud of it no matter how small it may seem. Even if no one else around you recognizes your success and even if you do not get the response you are hoping for. Feel good about yourself nonetheless, because ‘YOU DID IT!!’ Continue reading →
We may not talk about anger as much as we express it in our daily lives. We experience it, we witness it, we resent it, we regret it and wish we never felt it because no good comes out of being angry. Continue reading →