These tips for getting along with a mother-in-law who hates you will help you deal with the most difficult family problems. You can't make your mother-in-law love you - or even stop hating you - but you can change how you respond to her. And that can change everything.
“Sometimes you gotta take a bullet to dodge a cannonball,” says cancer survivor Joel Slaven. If you’re wondering if you should get a preventative mastectomy, you might think of breast cancer as the cannonball and surgery as the bullet. A double mastectomy will wound you and change you forever…but it won’t destroy you like a cannonball.
Letting go of someone you love isn't about forgetting. It's about loosening an unhealthy attachment to the past. It's about finding freedom and hope from the heaviness of grief. Letting go is about healing the hurt, and allowing your natural strength and resilience help you blossom into who you were created to be.
My dog is officially elderly - a senior dog already - which means my doggie gift ideas need to be updated! These personalized gifts for old dogs and dog lovers don't include ball launchers, doggie frisbees, or rawhide bone chews.
Most tips on how to stop feeling bad about yourself are surficial, meaning they only skim the surface of the problem. They don’t dig up the roots of why you feel bad about yourself. Nor do they help when you're crushed under the heavy darkness of thoughts like “I feel bad about myself” or even "I hate myself." Surficial tips aren't good enough.
Being alone on your birthday isn’t just lonely, it’s also a little embarrassing. I spent my 34th at a neighborhood pub, sitting at the bar, feeling sorry for myself and wondering how to be happy alone. After a glass of wine, I admitted it was my birthday to the bartender and the guy sitting a couple stools down…and they not only bought me drinks and appetizers, they sang “Happy Birthday.” Several times.