How We Chose a Nursing Home for Our Mum
Deciding that you need to enter a nursing home is not easy and means swallowing a lot of pride – none of us likes admitting that we can no longer cope enough to remain at home. In addition, deciding on a suitable nursing home that fits your needs can be extremely stressful. This is the last major decision you are likely to need to make in your life. Hopefully, this article will help make it easier.I Can’t Do It: Why So Few Have Any Hope of Discovering and Sustaining a Wellness Lifestyle
Studies have shown that most people can’t do it, that is, cannot sustain good intentions to exercise sufficiently, eat well in order to control their weight, manage stress and succeed at developing and sustaining the commitments and skills essential for REAL wellness. This is not good news. However, if one has a predisposition for reality versus magical thinking, has had ample experiences of exuberance and can carve out for him/herself personal freedoms even in restricted or dysfunctional environments, there might be some hope. This essay describes why it’s better to deal with the world as it is than how you want it to be and wish it were. By adapting to limiting realities, natural and otherwise, modest successes are possible. Those who recognize all the obstacles that lead to the finding that, for most, “I can’t do it” leads to dismay and failure, will have a better chance to be among the very few who can do it.The One Word That’s In Zero Affirmations
I’m sure the most common words in affirmations are all so beautiful. Like ‘love’, ‘freedom’ and ‘joy’. Here’s one word you’ll never see.Why Affirmations Aren’t the Easy Way Out
If you’re hoping affirmations will work like magic, you’re in for a shock. Here’s why they’re not the easy way out.If You Don’t Succeed, Affirm and Affirm Again
Politicians repeat themselves a lot – have you noticed that? It’s not (just) because they like the sound of their own voices. There’s a powerful affirmations principle at play there.