I admit it, I am a hopeless romantic. Always have been. I am also a delightfully motivated de-clutter devotee. Not that I always allow myself the opportunity to clean my plate. But what in hell do my strengths, Ability to Love and Be Loved, Hope, and the Appreciation of Beauty and Excellence have to do with de-cluttering? Smiling, my secrets… Read more →
Category: Hope & Optimism
Hope, Optimism and Resilience Renewal for Nepal
EARTHQUAKE!!! Have you ever experienced an earthquake’s heartless devastation? Or perhaps an horrific natural disaster or man-generated trauma? Imagine the world as you knew it literally crashed down upon you. You desperately try to locate your family and save your beloved cow and goats. Not pets, but your life-sustaining source of milk. Can you even visualize losing everything you owned… Read more →
Nepal Earthquake ~ My Family’s Tragedy: You Can Help!
Has your family ever been through a nightmare? Think 9/11 or Hurricanes Sandy or Katrina. Positive Psychology blesses you with ways to feel grateful no matter what the circumstance. But there are times when life blasts you with a 1-2 sucker punch, and you are down for the count. Not matter how upbeat you try to be, you cannot get… Read more →
Look for the Good! Costumed Church Community’s Positive Psychology
BAM!!! That’s what my head felt like when the phone rang at 2:25 a.m. this Sunday morning. Can you believe this? Have you had it happen? A blankety-blank PSA! The dreaded Public Service Announcement. Yeah, right. Before I unceremoniously clicked it off, my not welcoming ears assimilated, “You have been placed on the no-call list…” No kidding, that’s exactly what… Read more →
Eliminate Pain, Retrain Your Brain!
Â I know that when you suffer from chronic pain, stress, anxiety, depression, orÂ any number of chronic syndromes, you will try to almost anything to alleviate the pain. I had to share this amazing new information with you that naturally heals chronic conditions throughÂ new techniques that allow you to train your brain to be LESS reactive to stress and… Read more →