Category Archives: Happiness

The Best Way to Not Solve A Problem

If you are looking to stay miserable, upset and frustrated with the problem you’re facing, the best thing for you to do is to complain about it. Complaining is THE #1 way not to solve a problem. In fact, complaining is diametrically opposed to solving a problem. Even worse, complaining has you convinced that you are solving your problem. Complaining is quite the hoodwinker. Continue reading

The Phoenix Lights Herself on Fire

Usually when we think about the phoenix, we think about the rising from the ashes part. It’s such a powerful symbol of hope.Recently, I found myself sitting in the ashes – covered in soot. There’s a quote that pops into my head at these times from Marianne Williamson’s phenomenal A Return to Love that goes something like ” the only thing worse that having to say “Oh God, I can’t believe I did that” is having to say, “Oh God, I can’t believe I did that…..Again.” Yes, this trip to the ashes was my own doing. Continue reading

The Science of Gratitude

We all know we are supposed to count our blessings and all that jazz, blah blah blah. We’ve heard it all before. Gratitude Shmaditude. But this is science, ya’ll. Not some woo woo, you’ll feel good if you keep a gratitude journal and don’t forget to draw hearts all around it – this is the real deal. Check out this research. Continue reading

Trust for the Trust Phobic

“I’ll Never Trust Anyone Again!!!”  We’ve all said it. Usually, it’s cried out dramatically in tears while running to our bed (the hand on the forehead is optional) or right before we take our hit of Ben and Jerry’s ready … Continue reading

That’s What Self Love Feels Like

“You must do the thing you think you cannot do” is one of my all-time favorite quotes. Eleanor Roosevelt was talking about looking fear in the face and she’s talking to you too. You must heal, forgive, release the dysfunctional pattern or relationship, get clean from your addiction, start taking care of yourself and figure out what you want and who you are. Continue reading

The Real Apology

“The Real Apology” is a three part apology originally proposed by Randy Pausch in his “Last Lecture.” When you offer a “Real Apology” you don’t just say you’re sorry — you also take full responsibility for what you said or did and offer to do something to make it up to the person you are apologizing to. Continue reading

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