I just had my first therapy session this week and I’m happy to say that it went better than I’d expected! I was nervous about whether we would “click” and be a good fit, but we really gelled in terms of personalities and it felt like I was chatting with a friend (albeit a friend I’m paying to listen to me. heh). . . .
Much to the chagrin of nearly everyone who's related to me, I am a confirmed city gal. I grew up in a small town and will carry it in my heart forever, but the woman I am now needs a city if she wants to go on being who she is. (And she does. . . .
This infographic outlines fantastic relationship apps to help couples bond, especially some amazing ones released in recent years that I think couples will really enjoy. LokLok syncs a couples lock screens so you can write a romantic message on your screen and it will show up on your partner's screen. HeyTell lets you send and receive voice messages from your partner in a totally private account. . . .
The bears in my household outnumber me. They are there in the morning, facing me with their anger at the fact that the sun has risen in the sky yet again, forcing them from their slumber and making them face another day. I try to focus on my thankfulness that it is another beautiful day; I try to enjoy the morning...but why do people think that it is OK to be snippy just because they are sleepy?
I’m typically an easy going person. I try not to raise my voice above speaking level. I volunteer occasionally. I’m tolerant and understanding. I am, for the most part, level-headed and kind. But every person has her breaking point and, well, mine was the stupid fruit bowl.
For me more often that I would like I find it very hard to live in the present moment, I am always rushing ahead. My mind like a runaway train speeds out of the station from the moment I wake up until I put my head down on the pillow at night. My biggest challenge to living my best life is writing my story in my mind before it even begins, not letting life slowly unfold like a beautiful flower, naturally. Not forced or contrived. When I rush to the end before it even begins I alter my story through perception never letting my life follow my true path.
The Catholic World Report: The case of American identity may shed light on the matter. That identity is far from a human universal, but it evidently has some reality. Growing up in America marked me (to continue with myself as an example) in a way that won't go away, and brought with it unavoidable obligations toward the assemblage of people and institutions that helped make me what I am. . . .
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