Tag: family

How Comfortable Are We With Honesty?

How many times have you been in a conversation that ended up in an argument because one of you was just honest? I have had many conversations recently where I had to hear truth, I mean hard to swallow, HONESTY! I felt like saying,…

Podcast: Episode 7

Have a WONDERFUL weekend and a Happy Father’s Day to the Dads out there! LISTEN TO Episode 7 HERE!!!! <——–    

Baseball & It’s Lessons – “Little League Version”

My boy had a baseball game the other day.  They lost to a really good team.  The boys as young boys do, made mistakes.  It isn’t uncommon for them to do this.  They are learning and mistakes are great teachers.  The pitcher, one of…

Mindful Moment

I had a doctor’s appointment today, so I decided to put into practice a few things that I have been reading in the book I just started.  I will be writing my review on the book soon.  The book was suggested to me by…

Sunday: A Day For The Soul – Part 6

Motherhood-(My personal experience) My days spent pregnant can best be described as unpredictable and full of surprise. Each pregnancy lasting approximately 40 weeks. Why can’t this pregnancy stuff just be a breeze? A rare condition is discovered that only 2% of women experience Hyperemesis…

2 CUPS PODCAST: Episode 5

Strategies that have helped me during my shift from suffering from BPD and trying to pick up the pieces to building a life I am proud of.  Take a listen! CLiCK HeRE to LIstEN!!!  

Friday Self-Evaluation

A question I have always had an immediate response for is “are you ok?”  I know because my answer is always one given without much thought at all.  I say “yeah!” or “Uh-huh!” I say this without really checking myself to see if I…

Better Late Than Never:) Podcast Episode 4

Episode 4 —CLICK HERE—-   I have spent most of the day in the ER with my husband, his job takes him out into the country to shoot footage for films and he is now undergoing treatment for Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.  Thanks to…

Sunday: A Day for the Soul… Part 4

Wow, this means that I have stuck with something on my own, without any external incentive for over a month.  I am pretty proud of myself.  I have realized a lot about myself over the past few months-  That there were definitely two things…

#Self Help Saturday- Happiness, Not For Sale!

The idea that “happiness” can be purchased, is what teams of advertisers want all consumers to believe.  Once we buy into that idea, the credit card companies jump on board to continue this false hope by allowing consumers the means to purchase more and…

#SelfhelpSaturday (4 – 14 – 18)

The above picture shows the color I chose for the living room. (Acier Gray: Sherwin Williams ) Late Friday night, I finished up painting two walls of my living room a beautiful matte gray.  The paint has a very neat and clean finish.  I…

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