Burning the candle at both ends may temporarily add to your bottom line. But you’re working hard, not smart.
And since you hear so much in
Everyone has trauma. Put another way, no one doesn’t have trauma.
It’s a liberating truth, in a sense – your trauma is no more off-putting to a stranger for the mere fact of its existence than theirs is to you. Complications in our interpersonal experiences regarding our trauma and the traumas of either largely arise from the misguided belief that trauma somehow only affects isolated pockets of disturbed individuals.
Saying we’re sorry is a confusing experience, but we’re presented the rules like they’re simple and immutable: If you hurt someone, say you’re sorry. If someone says they’re sorry, say you forgive them.
For most of us, those rules don’t get reexamined much since we’re taught them in kindergarten.
But Dr. Gary Chapman thinks they should be.
Recognize the name?
“Biology doesn’t care about your feelings.” A capital point! A lot of us were taught as children that there are certain differences between men and
“You say the whole world’s ending… honey, it already did.” Ten, twenty, thirty years ago, today’s headlines were the predictions of fringe extremists. And yet,
Maybe, before this all happened, your schedule was so hectic that you only dreamt of meal-planning or home-cooked meals. Maybe, before all this, you had