Monthly Archives: May 2012

Use Proven Solutions to Cut Learning Curve (3)

 Use Proven Solutions to Cut Learning Curve (3)My list simply as a jump starts for remembering proven strategies of your own (continuation):

  • Do free writing. Free writing, or writing in a journal, can mean letting feelings flood a piece of paper in a great, gushing torrent. Once they are out, you are likely to feel much better. If you write for long enough, practical solutions can surface that you didn’t know you had in you. Read more »

Use Proven Solutions to Cut Learning Curve (2)

mfln1324l 300x249 Use Proven Solutions to Cut Learning Curve (2)The reason for all the copies is that when you’re feeling down, you’re likely to forget that anything has ever helped bring your spirits up. Keeping your list near all the places you’re apt to be means you’re likely to see it even when you’re not looking for it. Read more »

Use Proven Solutions to Cut Learning Curve

cman473l 300x282 Use Proven Solutions to Cut Learning Curve Keep a roster of your proven strategies for feeling better…. Just doing something can break the doom-and-gloom cycle.

If you think of it, you already have at your disposal a cadre of solutions to use when you’re feeling down. You’ve called on them before, and they work. They suit you and the circumstances of your life. Read more »

Add A Little Romance to Your Life (3)

how to bring romance back in your married life 300x180 Add A Little Romance to Your Life (3)Honoring your sexual expression is one part of the equation. Honoring yourself when you’re not in a relationship is the other. You can use the time when there is not a romantic partner in your life to fall more deeply in love with yourself and with God. Read more »

Add A Little Romance to Your Life (2)

romantic life home 300x176 Add A Little Romance to Your Life (2)You’re most likely to get a relationship like that by creating a life for yourself that is full already. This is true if you’re looking for a relationship or if you’re already in one that you wish were better. Read more »