You are likely familiar with the current statistic that 50% of marriages end in divorce, which might tell us that the majority of couples are not happy, or at least one of the partners is not. Studies show that most second marriages end in divorce too, suggesting that remarried adults may be more likely than adults in first marriages to take steps toward divorce when experiencing marital distress, possibly reflecting a weaker commitment to marriage.
Contrary to what many people think, resilience has nothing to do with avoiding stress, hardship, or failures in life. Instead, it’s about knowing that you’ll be met with adversity and that when it happens, you’ll be prepared to take it on, learn from it, and become stronger as a result. In other words, resilience is…
Optimal resilience has nothing to do with avoiding stress, disease, hardship or failures in life, bur rather with knowing that you will meet with adversity in life and when you do, you will be prepared to take it on, learn from it, become stronger as a result of it, bounce back easily and thrive.…
Did you know, that compared to 1980, we cram in an extra 4.4 hours per day of information consumption outside of work? Our brain is actually wired to seek information and we, as a society, has become addicted to the screen, with the lure of instant screen-based information being over-powering, just like the lure of…
I practice gratitude today. She is grateful too. And so today, and every day for that matter, I celebrate. I celebrate my mom, miracles, medicine and love…..Most of all, love.
Are you ready to fall in love? Love also does a funny thing to your brain — it stimulates reward centers in your brain that make you believe anything is possible. You become more invincible and interestingly, your body seems to believe in what you believe.
Have you ever found yourself having a hard time moving on from a relationship that not only no longer serves you, but that is likely hurting you?
Many of us have been brought up to believe that life is imperfect unless we get married, have children or at the very least, have a “life partner.”
Have you noticed that every time you attempt to eat healthy, live healthy or think healthy, someone you know and love sabotages your efforts?
I am whole. I am all one. We are all one.