Relationship Advice I Wish I Would Have Gotten Much Earlier in Life!

Relationship Advice I Wish I Would Have Gotten Much Earlier in Life!
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Here is my firm belief, according to Genesis in the Holy Bible, God created us in His image because he wanted...

The Most Important Things I learned From Being a Stroke Survivor!

The Most Important Things I learned From Being a Stroke Survivor!
First Things First ā€“ With Important Disclaimers Iā€™m very excited to tell you about SO MANY things I have found...

You or someone you love has had a stroke. What now?

You or someone you love has had a stroke. What now?
There are two primary choices in life: to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them.  said Mahatma Gandhi ā€‹ Living with Half a Body I had just turned 45 when in April of 2011 I suffered a massive stroke in which I permanently lost about one third of the right side of my brain, causing left-side "hemip...

what makes a good parent? Are you even ready?

what makes a good parent? Are you even ready?
Are you ready to be a parent? I was 22 years old and dating my boss, Gary, who was 10 years older than me. We were really very good friends and he was very, very nice to me which I realize now I confused feelings of friendship with feelings of being in love. What do you know at 22? I had never taken the time to think about the qualities that I was ...

Is there a system or a process used in solving problems?

Is there a system or a process used in solving problems?
Yes! Absolutely! So, where do you begin? As we have discussed in previous posts it mostly begins with your attitude. The first and most important rule when a challenge arises is: DON'T PANIC! This was a very valuable lesson I learned while I was hospitalized for almost 6 months recovering from my stroke. It seemed like every day some new challenge ...

How do you accept your own mortality and prepare for it?

How do you accept your own mortality and prepare for it?
Mortality for most people is a very difficult subject to talk about. But the question really is not if you will die but when , because we're all going to die at some point. The truth is the sooner you accept that fact the easier it will be to prepare for what is inevitable for all of us. And frankly it's the kindest thing you can do for your loved ...

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