A call from a friend alerted me. She informed me that my boyfriend was dancing with another woman at our end of the year high school dance. A fight between my boyfriend and me ensued in the front lawn of the high school. Due to that fight, our relationship ended right then and there. I had my first broken heart. I never felt such pain in my life. At 18 years of age, I was sure that I would never fall in love again. My life was over. I couldn’t sleep and couldn’t eat. What was happening to me?
Yesterday, I went to the rodeo in Prescott AZ. It was my very first rodeo. For the 4th of July weekend, there couldn’t be anything more American than a rodeo. Right? Go Independence Day and Let Freedom Ring!
Free Training Video on Six Steps to Reawaken Your Passion
We know we are stuck in life when there is a feeling of being unsettled in our lives. It’s that feeling of not wanting to go to work. We dread Monday and we don’t feel in control of our lives. Our creativity is stifled and our voice isn’t heard at work.
Ways to Ensure That Your Passion Will Endure
People often say, “I love him but I am not in love with him. “ The difference between being in love with him and loving him is that you desire him. When you love him, it is caring and wanting good things for him. When you are in love with him, you desire him. In a long-term marriage or relationship, some sexual boredom is inevitable. Long-term sexual boredom is not. Here are things that can interfere in our sexual intimacy.
Bring it on! 2017 – A Time to Rewrite the Story of Your Life
It’s that time of year where people are making all kinds of resolutions, which can set us up for disappointment. Instead, let’s begin to understand how important the stories are that we tell ourselves. We are the stories we tell, which can help us understand ourselves. There is a way to rewrite the story of your life.
There are six paths to God – I was driving my twin daughters to school on Wednesday. I find the rides to and from school with my daughters enthralling to say the least. I find that these rides are when they converse the most with me. I am so blessed to have that time with them.
When I was a child, we were allowed to open up one present on Christmas Eve. We knew the present was a formal dress up outfit to wear to church for Christmas Eve midnight mass. We would sit as a family and tell stories and share memories as we waited until the clock struck church time. After church, my mother would have the Christmas ham ready for ham sandwiches on rye bread.