Getting over him/her

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So we’ve all been here some time and asked the question … “am I ever going to get over (insert name here)?”  I mean if there was actually a calculation then that would make things so much easier right?..

So hmm …. (thinks intensively) its 4 days of “what the hell just happened” plus 2 days of “why did this just happen to me?” minus  1 day “cry my heart out” divided by “someone I can lean on”  – this equals Y therefore I’ll be over him/her in approximately …. Well okay, enough wishful thinking – it’s just not that easy… interesting though, but not real.

We are all different and the loss we experience may also be different depending on what that person meant to you (were they just a crush or the love of your life?), the stage of your life, past experiences, what you or…

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Freeday Tuesdays

http://www.amazon.com/Success-Secrets-Revealed-Developing-productivity-ebook/dp/B00YFZOHDC/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1436209428&sr=1-1&keywords=allick+delancy

 

Delancy, A. (2015). Success Secrets Revealed: Quickly Planning Your Dreams And Living A Happier Life.

 

Looking at the question of, who am I? You may come to realize that you have neglected some part of your life, for such a long time that it may be difficult to remember where your journey started. But it is possible to get back on track. To illustrate, one of the splendor of knowing yourself can be likened to riding a bicycle. Sometime years after you have not done so, once you get back on, it is almost automatic. Once you did it before, no matter how long ago, you, in time will get back on and remember how to peddle, balance, how to handle the bar and be confident about it. Similarly, in consciously making that attempt to look into yourself and to realign your thinking, seeing what may have made you stumbled, you will be able to pick yourself up and go again.

 

 

Freeday Tuesdays will be post soon.

Hi Friends,

Freeday Tuesdays will be posted soon.

(I will surprise you with excerpts from my published books or from samples of work I am currently putting together for publishing, before it hits the shelves. This can be seen on both my blog and facebook page).

Take care!

 

 

Sleep – surrendering to total relaxation

Sam Red

When I go to sleep I try to make a point of giving myself permission to leave my day-time worries outside the bedroom. I endeavour to open myself totally to relaxation and the loving embrace of the energies on the inner side, so that I can wake up refreshed and maybe more inspired. I adopt what I call a starfish position in my bed – lying on my back with my arms and legs stretched out to the sides – which is my way of symbolising total surrender to relaxation.

Sleep is a treat. It’s a moment to let go. Anyway, nothing of a person’s external circumstances can be changed during the sleeping hours, so it makes no sense to worry. In fact, I might go so far as to say that we’re being violent to ourselves if we allow ourselves to have anxious, repetitive thoughts at a time when we…

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Anger Management: Tips and Techniques for Getting Anger Under Control

Do you have a short fuse or find yourself getting into frequent arguments and fights? Anger is a normal, healthy emotion, but when chronic, explosive anger spirals out of control, it can have serious consequences for your relationships, your health, and your state of mind.

 

With insight about the real reasons for your anger and these anger management tools, you can learn to keep your temper from hijacking your life.

 

This article is a product of HelpGuide.org

 

Click on the link for the article:

http://www.helpguide.org/articles/emotional-health/anger-management.htm

Management Mondays coming up shortly

Hi All,
hope you enjoyed Relaxing Sunday [Funday Sunday]. If you had not stopped by the blog post yet, still go check it out. You will have fun and put your mind in the right frame for, Monday work day 🙂

We have Management Mondays post on July 6 (Conflict and anger management on both my blog and facebook book page). Very informative information, so why not, have a read.

So look out for Management Mondays post.