If you’re trying to change your life, you can set a goal to help you get motivated, but if you don’t change your current behaviour, you’ll get the same results over and over again. This simple question might help shift your perspective just a bit…
Even kids who are really close friends (especially kids who are really close friends) sometimes butt heads. Is there something you can do as a parent when that happens? And what works and doesn’t work? Here are some pointers from our own experience!
Stormy weather has a way of pushing the pause button: schools close, we stay inside and keep windows and doors shut. How does our behaviour during an actual storm match what we do during a figurative storm? And what happens after?
Some things we seem to put off for no apparent reason. It’s like they slip our mind over and over again, and yet, we also keep running into them. Confusing? Yeah, I thought so.
When I decided to get my eyes lasered little over a year ago, I hadn’t counted at first on how scared I would end up feeling. Thankfully, I had some practices to help guide me through a potentially very frightful experience…
How do you decide between what you want to do, for yourself, and what you feel like you need to do, for others? What if those two clash? I’ve recently found a new way to weigh my needs versus my responsibilities that has left me feeling more in charge of my life.
Are you a put-your-head-in-the-sand person or a say-it-as-it-is person when it comes to conflict? And if neither tactic really seems to be helping to fix things, is there a better way to approach disagreement?
When I was still in the midst of survival mode, I used to dream about getting sick or breaking a bone. I saw it as a sign of major mental issues, but then I found out that it kind of makes sense, and, that I’m not alone in this.