What is a toxic relationship?
In this guide, you’ll learn everything you need to know about how to love yourself.
What to do.
What not to do.
(And most important of all) how to believe in yourself when you feel like the world is telling you different.
Self-care has become a trend.
I’ve spent the past few years working closely with leaders on incorporating self-care into their work lives — as a key component of their overall performance — so that an expansion in their role or responsibilities doesn’t come at the expense of their health and well-being. One CEO I worked with summed it up best when he said: “Self-care is no longer a luxury; it’s part of the job.”
So, what exactly is self-care, and how do we do it?
There are signs that show your partner is not honest with you, you should be conversant with them, so you can deal with it as early as possible.
One thing I have learned after 13 years of marriage is that prayer is NOT the last resort–it is the first line of defense against any attack. This is especially true in regards to marriage.
The enemy will find any crack in your marriage in order to weasel his way into your relationship. He is slimy and full of darkness.
But our most powerful weapon against that little jerk is always prayer.
It seems like every day, I am receiving prayer requests from friends and readers of this blog–about their marriage troubles. It’s scary, guys–I’m talking about marriages that I never thought would waver.
I have written these prayers in an effort to combat the enemy in my own marriage and build up my husband so that he is fully protected. I encourage every wife or future wife to pray these same prayers!
While it might be a bit scary to realize you’re feeling bored in the bedroom, if you’re in a long-term relationship, it’s totally normal. Never fear, though; there are some easy ways to keep things interesting. Read on for our tips on keeping things interesting with your long-term love.
I use to be easily distracted. My mind use to be on everything except my priorities. My career was a wreck most importantly, my important, my home was a wreck. I had to get focused!
It’s easy to blame someone else when things don’t go the way you want to. But the reality is that a lot of times it’s not just one person’s fault. I just wanted to take a moment to point out a few things to help you reflect on YOU.
A lot of people see mental health stigma as attacks on people with mental health problems, as people who sneer and judge us, or try and deny that mental health is a real issue – that it’s all made up.