Mother’s Day, 2018

Mother female parent a woman in authority an old or elderly woman source, origin tenderness or affection the extreme or ultimate example of something's kind (from various internet references) This is always such a funny holiday. Some people love it and are extremely happy. Some people miss their moms and have broken hearts. Some people … Continue reading Mother’s Day, 2018

Meaning Monday

There are five elements that contribute to Martin Seligman's Well-Being Theory. While I'll take time to discuss all of them, Meaning is our focus today. Seligman explained that meaning speaks to one's connection to and service toward something bigger than the self. Sometimes, I feel meaning is quite simple to assign. Subjectively, I can say … Continue reading Meaning Monday

Self Care?

We are still in the fist part of the year. That's not a typo. I meant, "fist," not, "first." We are assaulted by the new year and with all its expectations, resolutions, and wintery mixes. Then we navigate the hypermanic and bipolar episodes of weather (sunny and 50 one day followed by a rainy 38) … Continue reading Self Care?

Identity

"Do not let your struggle become your identity." Too many times, we struggle to the point which we can no longer determine where the struggle ends and we as people begin. If this is any of us, perhaps this awareness can allow the taking of a single step, or a million steps to place a … Continue reading Identity

Today

The meeting of two eternities - the past and the future... is precisely the present moment. - Henry David Thoreau  All we can do is live in this moment. Worry and fear are whipping in the winds of the future the potential happening there. Guilt and regret are rooted in the events of the past. We … Continue reading Today