Challenging Your Thought Process

Your thoughts create your reality. You are what you think about. Change your thoughts and change your life. So..... if you think that you will win the lottery, and you picture yourself holding the winning ticket in your mind you should win the lottery right?! Fantastic! Has that worked for you? It certainly didn't work for me! What about the perfect job? Have you sat very quietly and with the most positive intent that you could muster thought to yourself - I just want this or that and then I'll be happy at work! Maybe you saw a job posting and thought you had succeeded, and you changed jobs only to discover that you were in the same miserable situation that you wanted to escape from in the

Limitations Are in the Eye of the Beholder

What any one person is capable of is entirely up to them. A limitation is a rule or a restriction set by someone in an attempt to stop you from doing something and usually follows the words: you can't or you shouldn't. This isn't to be confused with laws that are intended to keep you safe, and that everyone has to follow such as obeying the speeding limit or refraining committing murder when you get really angry. A damaging personal limitation, whether set by you or by someone else, prevents you from living life fully. Limitations that are short term rarely have any kind of negative impact, but long term limitations can create deep emotional blocks that are difficult to recognize. Sometim

Forgiving My Father

I've been thinking a lot about my dad lately. Not just because Father's Day was approaching, I've been remembering how much I learned from him and how grateful I am that this man had it in his heart to choose to be my dad. You see, I was adopted when I was only a few months old. To say my dad was strict would be an understatement. There was only one way to do things, and it was his way. He didn't know how to give constructive criticism, he only knew how to be critical and his criticism was rarely positive. Whatever it was you tried to accomplish, it didn't measure up and he made sure you knew how disappointed he was in you. I don't recall my dad ever telling me he was proud of me or co


la·bel (lā′bəl) noun 1. An item used to identify something or someone, as a small piece of paper or cloth attached to an article to designate its origin, owner, contents, use, or destination. 2. A descriptive term; an epithet. 3. A distinctive name or trademark identifying a product or manufacturer, especially a recording company. 4. Architecture A molding over a door or window; a dripstone. 5. Heraldry A figure in a field consisting of a narrow horizontal bar with several pendants. 6. Chemistry See tracer. Definition taken from: <> In an effort to categorize people's emotional struggles, medical professionals that deal with how a person thinks and

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