It's great to talk with friends or family, but the truth is, they are always going to be biased. They usually can't see things from a completely objective perspective because they have a personal relationship with you. Seeking help from a professional counselor or therapist (or clergy) can help to give you mental & emotional tools to deal with things in a way you haven't been able to before.
For years, I've worked on learning how to better communicate with and understand people. Even after we get to know someone and tend to think we understand them - we aren't finished understanding them.
We all have basic needs. Things like food, a place to live, clothing, paying the bills, etc. Those needs usually are what drive us...
I’m sure we have all been critical and harsh at times in our lives, but we usually feel really bad about our behavior and try to make amends when we hurt others. Unfortunately, there are many people in the world who seem to enjoy hurting others and they will go to any means to cause suffering and even destroy others...
The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart. Any time that you really love someone and can’t be with them, it’s hard. In order to make the best of this situation, there are some important things to keep in mind.
Ever have one of those days when you really, really don't feel motivated? We all do. So, HOW do you stay inspired and motivated? You get a system that works...and practice it.
While it's been said "The Lord helps those who help themselves", He truly & abundantly blesses those who help other people.
Have you ever asked for someone’s advice or opinion on something only to discover it’s not necessarily what you wanted to hear? I’d be willing to bet you’ve also heard opinions you didn’t ask for from people, too – and they haven’t always been flattering or complimentary.