Believe in yourself, and you will find happiness. Don't listen to the haters or those that will try to hold you back in life. Stop letting self-limiting beliefs win -- they have won for far too long! many
"No major changes in the first year" is a common suggestion for newcomers in AA. It means holding off on moving, changing jobs, starting a relationship, etc. It's not a bad suggestion. If these things
I need to start this post with some context as to my state of mind right now: last week my therapist (the first and only therapist I have ever had, the person to whom I bared my entire soul and whom I
truewoman.com - Pat Ennis Pat Ennis taught Home Economics for the San Diego Unified School District while developing the Home Economics Department at Christian Heritage College (now San Diego Christian College). She moved to The Master’s College in 1987 to establish the Home Economics-Family and Consumer Science Department and then relocated to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2011 to assume the position of Distinguished Professor and Director of Homemaking Programs. She is the author of several books.
If you're single, there's a good chance that at one point or another, someone you know (we're looking at you, moms) has wanted to set you up. And if you're happily single, your friends and families' well-meaning
There are two types of single people: those who live in constant fear of being lonely for the rest of their lives, and liars. OK, fine. That's not true. There are plenty of people who embrace being single
I had my first love affair when I was in the fifth grade. I think my 11-year-old paramour may have been the first guy to tell me, "I love you." On Valentine's Day, he gave me a red rose and a hot pink
Single people put up with a lot: The endless questions about relationship status. The "pity face." The double standard wherein single women are desperate or "damaged," while single men are just "playing
If I'm being honest, I'm never going to stop complaining about being single entirely. There are too many frustrations and opportunities for silly jokes to give it up altogether, and plus, I'm only human,
Webster's Dictionary defines "freedom" as "Deep conditioning your hair without judgment, putting on a freakum dress, and kissing someone who still excites you." That, and more, is why being single is best.