Sharing personal information brings people closer together. But how do you know when you’ve gone too far—or when someone else has ulterior motives?
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Beverly D. Flaxington
As I approach a significant birthday in early November and think about the advice I often give to my own children, I also think about the younger me.
Hypnosis sounds like such a scary thing to many people.
You can’t change what happened. But you can take charge of your ruminating mind to change your present—and your future.
How do we forge connection in a disconnected world? It isn’t as easy as holding hands and saying that you love everyone.
The problem with seeking balance is that life ebbs and flows.
The scars of emotional abuse are often unseen—until they rear themselves with outbursts of anger, sadness, or depression.
I rely this entire scenario to show that people have different opinions about what it means to be “good with money”.
There is no greater gift you can give to another person than staying focused on them, working to understand them, and actually putting aside what you’d like to say and do.
What do you do if you are a parent who gets triggered and struggles to control your negative emotions?
Every experience you have in life is filtered through your understanding, belief system, and set of likes and dislikes.
If you are experiencing your life as running you, rather than you deciding what’s important and where to spend your precious time, consider some of these tips.
So, each of us matters and each of our actions is a single grain of sand. You have to choose each day what sort of sand you will sift, and what you will contribute to the balance.
Both matter. Both contribute. Both have a role to play. The important thing is to know your style.
Why do certain people drive you crazy?
Are we destined to become our parents?
“Saving for a rainy day.” “A penny saved is a penny earned.” “The best things in life are free.” “You can’t take it with you.” There are many adages around saving and spending,
One of the great things about being a perpetual student of life is that if you are open to learning, you can find life lessons everywhere.
When tensions run high, stress abounds and frustrations mount, you might have a well-meaning friend or family member tell you “Just relax and go with the flow”.
If anxiety has a hold on your everyday life, don’t despair.
That sense of “I matter to someone” or that someone loves you, admires you and cares for you is deep and natural. It feels good to matter – to be important in someone’s world.
It’s never too late to change your course and create a plan to tackle a new year in a new way.
Here are five things you can do to prepare yourself.
Don’t hide under the covers this year and wait for the holidays to pass.
Five important things to mimic that dogs teach us. Unconditional love. It’s what most human beings are searching for!
Sometimes there aren’t enough hours to do everything you want to do, and perhaps need to do, but you can shift the way you manage your approach to time and to your commitments.
Anxiety does not have to run, and ruin, your day and your life. You can control more than you believe you can. Start taking control today.
5 ways to get your head above water and maybe even start swimming toward a more financially secure life.
Belonging can be a powerful experience and it can also serve to separate you.
Here are five steps to implement self-help material in a way that's effective for you.
Don't contribute to the hate by doing these five tips.
Beverly D. Flaxington teaches at Suffolk University.