Create a Balanced Life in Three Steps Upgrade your life with the 3 Essentials to Create A Balanced Life. Most people dislike “rules” or “laws” when they are applied in the context of social development, but the “essentials” of the three-step process should be read as immutable, unwavering laws. Without strict adherence to each essential step, one cannot find the peace one seeks, nor the ability to be emotionally available and engage in functional, healthy relationships. Each step is a requisite step in the process of creating a healthy and complete version of self. Think of each essential step as a rules that is not suggestive in nature, but rather directive. Release – Balance – Focus Step 1. Release All that has happened lies in the past but it is now history. Past experiences usually affect us long after the initial impact. They shape our thoughts, what we become and our emotional content. They give us a framework against which we weigh present decisions and create future outcome. Not all of our past events were positive and the emotional baggage rings in our ears like it happened yesterday. We give undue weight to matters that we cannot change. By failing to…
The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts Falling in love is easy. It is the staying in love-that’s the challenge! Learn how to keep your relationship fresh and growing despite the challenges of daily life.
Interdependent Minds: The Dynamics of Close Relationships (Distinguished Contributions In Psychology) Book Description Publication Date: September 1, 2011 Some marriages grow stronger in the face of conflict and some dissolve? This book discusses how responsive behaviors emerge—or fail to emerge—in relationships through illustrations of four diverse couples
The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal Freedom (A Toltec Wisdom Book) Don Miguel Ruiz presents a simple yet effective code of personal conduct learned from his Toltec ancestors. The four agreements are these: Be impeccable with your word. Don’t take anything personally. Don’t make assumptions. Always do your best. “It’s the how and why one should do these things that make The Four Agreements worth reading and remembering.” –P. Randall Cohan