Words have been transformed to disrespect and degrade others. These can sometimes hurt more than a physical punch, so how do you not take them on?
When people spoke to me about self-love it seemed like a pointless concept, definitely not grand or romantic. In fact, it sounded boring. Wasn’t the point of love to fall madly in love with someone who would love you back – a partner who would make life fulfilling and make you feel complete?
Why do we find it so hard to say no? Saying yes to someone or something. . . when in truth we want to say no 😩
When you love and accept yourself, you don’t feel the need to seek approval or recognition from others. Theres no need to look outside of you.
We all miss being loved, because we currently live in a loveless world. A world that is based on images telling us what love is or should be. But are these images and what they tell and show us really love?
Self-care is super important to be able to identify your needs and stay connected and in charge of what’s going on in your life.
Can we be single by choice? If you are single, do you feel like you have to explain or justify why you are not with someone?
There is so much talk about health and how to become healthy. What about living consistently healthy to not only keep our body healthy but also have a much stronger body, that in case of sickness it can deal with everything that’s going on?
Watching yourself and what happens in your body increases your awareness of how you feel and how you react to different situations and people.
This checklist is designed for boys and men and is a valuable tool to record our observations on how we have been in our body and moods during the 24-hour cycle.
Observing yourself allows you to develop a greater awareness of what impacts your body and your well-being.
A safety plan is a practical plan to help you stay safe and lower the risk of being hurt by your abuser.
What if love is actually who we already are? Something within us that is always there just waiting for us to connect to it?
Could it be that we learn to become someone else, seeking our happiness on the outside and from other people, not feeling that we just can be ourselves?