On of my favorite TV shows of the early 2000's is The West Wing. It is set in the white house and revolves around the president and his staff. President Bartlett, played by Martin Sheen, would always ask, "What's next?" after an issue has been discussed. It signaled that he was ready to move on … Continue reading What’s next? 3 lessons I learned when making decisions after loss.
Your friends and family are asking you when you are going to start seeing people. They tell you things like, "it is time to get back out there", "there is more than one fish in the sea", "you are young, you will find someone" and so on. Maybe they are trying to set you up … Continue reading Are you ready to date again?
Do not confuse self care with self love. Self care is a result of self love but it can not produce self love.
According to Wikipedia, Love encompasses a variety of different emotional and mental states, typically strongly and positively experienced
Life is fluid and you are the paint brush used to create a master piece.
Congratulations! You have done so much work this past month! You have taken time to reflect on your life, examine it and dig out your core values. It has been an emotional time that has brought up a mixture of feelings. You kept at it and did not give up! Now what? You have all … Continue reading How to Reset your life
What are your beliefs and core values? After a major loss has occurred in one's life, it is easy to lose sight of yourself, your beliefs and your core values. As you begin to recover from the shock and grief, you start to question everything you once knew and took for granted. With the loss … Continue reading Rediscover your beliefs and core values
Examining your life asks the tougher questions; the what, why, when and how. It shows you where you have been, where you are and helps you determine where you want to go.
Spending time in reflection gives you clarity and better understanding of your life.
A reset clears your mind of unwanted or toxic thoughts and behaviors.