The best inspiration is not to outdo others, but to outdo ourselves.
Winning victory against yourself
No one likes to lose. The thrill of victory after competition is hard to match. But the wins that leave the... Read more
Thursday, September 04, 2008
Develop the Habit of Healthy Self -Talk!
by Judith E. Pearson, Ph.D.
"I shouldn't have eaten that chocolate cake! I'm so stupid. I'm just a hopeless case. My family stresses me out and undermines my self-control. I'll never ge... Read more
What can I say Life has had me busy! Work has been challenging mentally My bosses have both been in such moods and that sets the atmosphere to being negatively charged TRY AND WORK IN THAT FOR EIGHT HOURS A DAY FOUR DAYS IN A ROW!
Today was a ... Read more
Goodness I can't believe time has caught up to me like this! It's been a week since i've had the time to blog! And what a week! The ups and downs and the life's challenges! Some of them I would have very much like to have done without!
Work ha... Read more
Whatís the real key to losing weight, you ask? Well I'm finding out that Itís all about the weekends.
Seems those Saturday afternoon naps and Sunday morning brunches throw a real wrench into weight loss efforts. In fact, weekend indulgen... Read more
If only losing weight were simple, but dieting is complicated: There are even ways to screw up without realizing it. For instance, who would ever think that working out in the a.m. or cranking the AC might be the reason you're not slimming do... Read more
When I was little,
I used to believe in the concept of one best friend,
And then I started to become a woman.
And then I found out that if you allow your heart to open up,
God would show you the best in many friends.
One ... Read more
Having a better afternoon The sadness is lifted for now at least and I have my fight back on! It's Game on!
It started when Dh called to say his cell had been suspended due to overdue acount! OH no they don't That bill is paid! Then I get a no... Read more
it is so hard for me to go to anyone because I have been so indepednant all my life but I'm trying. That is why I have been blogging so much personal stuff. I'm not really talking to anyone specifically but I know I'm being heard by those who d... Read more
Well today started out being a great one but as the morning wore on.........
I'm angry I'm frustrated and irritated and for what Only God knows! I feel like I'm totally tied in knots and at wits end and ready to take both fists bring them bac... Read more
Every season in life is full of learning experiences. One step leads to the next and we can draw on the past and walk confidently through trials as our wisdom grows. Our thoughts eventually turn into our habits, which determine where our lives g... Read more
Even if our efforts of attention seem for years to be producing no result, one day a light that is in exact proportion to them will flood the soul
- Simone Weil
What we can learn about patience from a diamond
Trying (but f... Read more
Again A most heartfelt Thank you! The support here has been absolutely phenomenal and of tremendous help Especially through those first couple of days when the pain was first so fresh!
I'm the better between the two of us DH is having the ... Read more
there is no timetable for grief. No right or wrong way. Grief is as individual as you, your relationship with your lost one, and the circumstances of the death are. This is such an unpleasant, lengthy process that you may wonder how long it all ... Read more
Have you ever heard of the Kubler-Ross stages of grief? The one person whose name is linked with the topic of grief in many people's minds is Elizabeth Kubler-Ross.
She was a Swiss psychiatrist who spent a lot of time comforting and studyi... Read more