Here is a short list of common Mental Life Pollutants: Yesterday’s resentments Angers Grudges Wounds Unforgiveness Limiting beliefs (“I am not smart enough”, “I would fail for sure if I tried that“) They ARE clingy and stubborn. They
Hello and Happy New Year! I hope 2016 will be healthy, happy and prosperous to you and yours. For me, it started pretty well with one of the top life coaches in America picking mine as one of the most effective
People often assume that there are no discernable benefits to having or being in a bad mood. However, each mood, good and bad alike, has very specific effects that can help or hinder your decisions or tasks you have to
We often assume that we are in charge of our moods, but are we really? To be sure, we are always in a mood. In fact, you cannot be alive and not be in a mood of some kind.
People who are very familiar with what I do have occasionally referred to me as a “Life Skills” Coach. This piques my interest, as I thought that it is a school counselor’s job to teach life skills. I am