A few years ago I ran across Brene Brown's TED talk on shame (me and about 6 million other people). The video provoked me to read Brown's work, and I spent a few years working through her academic research, books, and articles.
When I meet families who are hungry, I see an opportunity to not just feed their bodies, but to show them that someone cares and they will make it through the hard times, just as I did.
It has long been clear that effects of hormone replacement are best when treatment begins early rather than late after menopause. The data showed such distinctions, but they too were obscured by a rush to summary judgment.
There are lonely people to help, rifts with friends to heal, family members to forgive. There are places to protect and defend and cherish. There are local issues where your voice could be an agent of calm and sanity. Your world is no different, no less worthy, no less needy than any other world you can imagine.
We often get discouraged in life when we can't stay in our zone of genius, where we feel strong, fulfilled, courageous and at our best.
When you eat well, you live well. When you eat healthy, you are healthy. When you nourish your body, you nourish your mind.
Such communion with the Divine has resolved issues for me as diverse as chronic career concerns, health problems, loneliness, and lack. It has also rescued me from self-destructive habits, masked as the false promise of finding happiness in self-centered indulgence.
The AARP is in the business, besides selling insurance of all types, of alienating us oldsters from our sense of well-being, of the sense of triumph that has brought us this far.
"I'm getting people to experience faith, experience hope, experience what it means to be alive and human and thriving and yearning for something that's beyond yourself -- and seeing that there's a common bond that we all share in that yearning."
Good health is something we should strive for, and vanity is a great motivator. The days you feel great, you also look awesome. You take the time a...
Much like a combination to a lock, you have to go through a few back and forth motions until you feel the release of what feels like what was holding you back from your definition of success.
The problem with rejection is not the rejection itself, just the fact we cannot understand the greater plan behind it in that moment. Nor do we want to as we are too busy licking our wounds and cursing the world. Rejection only makes sense with hindsight. Here are six reasons that rejection (eventually) rules:
Ever since I can remember I have recognized that separation is an illusion. I grew up with a European family, and while we were very different from ...
Suza Scalora speaks with Tolle about how our negative thought patterns often dominate our minds--on a personal and collective level--and how we can prevent these patterns from manifesting negative situations in our daily lives.
Elite athletes have every right to be proud of their accomplishments. They also should be role models for the rest of us. There is no good reason to disparage those who are joining the race with modest goals.
Dancing with the Stars may bill itself as a splashy dancing entertainment. But once again, after the October 7th "Most Memorable Year" show, last night, it proves that it's the most emotionally resonating confessional since Oprah went off the air.