Taking Self-Responsibility Seriously | Love and Acceptance | Dimensions of Wellbeing

Self-Responsibility and love are the foundation and context of wellness. They are the seeds from which all other wellness dimensions sprout. Before we go any further, think about those two statements for a minute. What does it mean to love yourself and take responsibility for caring for yourself? Continuing with the series of blogs on [...]

By |2024-03-05T22:21:59-05:00April 7th, 2017|Emotions, Personal Life, Wellness|5 Comments

Your Dimensions of Wellness | Get Better Health

  We usually associate beginnings and new resolutions with the New Year.  Maybe  a more appropriate time for new beginnings is early Spring.  We see all the trees beginning to bud and the daffodils, tulips and hyacinth starting to peek out of the ground. It is an invigorating time of year and a good time [...]

By |2019-05-01T17:30:41-04:00April 6th, 2017|Emotions, Life Tools, Personal Care, Wellness|7 Comments

Are You Living The Dream?

Someone I know ends every conversation with the statement, “Living the Dream.” He says this with a tinge of sarcasm and with his tongue in his cheek. But it started me thinking about the deeper meaning of that statement. Are you “living the dream"? To be able to answer that question with a resounding “yes” [...]

By |2017-03-21T09:52:59-04:00March 29th, 2017|Life Tools, Personal Life|8 Comments

Learn How to Say No and Not Feel Guilty

Recently a friend told me about the stiletto mark on her forehead. What? Come again? I was going to call this blog How to Establish Your Stiletto Boundaries, but I wasn’t sure – just like when my friend first told me about this concept – that it would make sense to you. She was sharing [...]

By |2017-03-21T09:34:54-04:00March 22nd, 2017|Life Tools, Personal Life|13 Comments

Ways to Avoid Holiday Stress

Holiday stress is a by-product of the season.  By having a strategy to avoid and manage the pressure of the holidays you can glide through the season. When we start to see the decorations, listen to the jingle-bell music and start to smell the pine we prepare for the joy the season promises. What we [...]

By |2022-08-01T16:30:46-04:00November 30th, 2015|All Blog Posts, Family, Life Tools, Personal Care|2 Comments

What Coping Skills Do You Have in Your Emotional Toolbox?

What Coping Skills Do You Have in Your Emotional Toolbox? Over the past few weeks we have been assembling an Emotional Toolbox of Coping Skills. Hopefully you have been able to gather useful coping skills that you can use each and every day. We’ve been using common everyday tools to remind us how to deal with [...]

Be Self Aware – Get a Grip on Who You Are

Be Self Aware - Get a Grip on Who You Are Wherever you go, there you are. It’s pretty hard to run away from anything you don’t like about yourself. Try as you may, the truth keeps coming back and staring you right in the eyes. Let’s face it, everyone has some parts of themselves [...]

By |2019-05-01T17:42:20-04:00October 19th, 2015|Life Tool Box, Life Tools, Personal Care, Personal Life|0 Comments

Managing Unexpected Events Through Emotion, Logic and Action

Have you heard the expression “that threw a wrench into my plans”? Apparently the expression began when factory workers threw a wrench into machinery to stop it from working when they needed a break. We have now adopted the phrase to mean that  an unexpected event prevents a plan or activity from succeeding. When something [...]

By |2019-05-01T17:42:32-04:00October 12th, 2015|All Blog Posts, Emotions, Life Tool Box, Life Tools, Personal Life|0 Comments

Stick to Three Daily Routines That Can Hold Your Life Together

Routines can be what hold our life together. Many of us might resist the idea of routine because it seems boring to do the same thing day in and day out, however routine can add stability and predictability to our life. **************************************************************************************************************************************** Through this series of blog posts I am going to help you to [...]

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