Understanding A Depressed State Of Mind (4 of 4): What’s After Depression

I really appreciate you for reading this series of posts about the depressed state of mind. I feel like so many people need to read about it, but so little do, because it IS indeed, an uncomfortable subject to talk about. So many people walk around with clinical depression without even knowing its severity, and their … Continue reading Understanding A Depressed State Of Mind (4 of 4): What’s After Depression

You can’t lose weight… Is it your genes’ fault?

Are your genes affecting your weight and your health? Are you on a diet but still can't lose weight? What's going on, is it your fault or your genes' fault? Being proactive is very important, especially as we age. Yes, our genes play a big role as we age, but the good news is that … Continue reading You can’t lose weight… Is it your genes’ fault?

Passive, Assertive or Aggressive?

"People will notice the change in your attitude towards them, but they won't notice their behavior that made you change." I don't know about you, but I have had my share of giving excuses about how I feel. I mean, the feelings belong to ME, no one else, so why should I be giving excuses? … Continue reading Passive, Assertive or Aggressive?

The Path To Happiness

"Dear past, thank you for the lessons and wisdom. Dear future, I’m ready for you!" One day, I received a thank you email from a client. He said that I had helped him and his wife maintain a positive, intentional mindset as they struggled and grew through one of the most difficult periods of their … Continue reading The Path To Happiness

When to Forgive

“True forgiveness is when you can say, "Thank you for that experience.” ~ Oprah Winfrey      I just came back from Brazil after visiting my grandma and the rest of my family.  It was a quick last minute trip that I decided to take because my 86 year old grandma is very sick in the hospital (mitral … Continue reading When to Forgive

Facing your DARKEST side Edit

“All we have is all we need. All we need is the awareness of how blessed we really are.” – Sarah Ban Breathnach Hi everyone, and sorry for taking a little while to write again. Since my last post (Stop Calling BS Your Problems), I got many emails and private messages on facebook to talk … Continue reading Facing your DARKEST side Edit