Category Archives: Self-Care Support

Self-Care Support

When the World Gifts You, Watch Out!

God is always giving you gifts. That doesn’t mean you should always accept them. Continue reading

Posted in happiness, Self-Care Support, spirituality, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Not Really Yours

Recognizing that we don’t own our feelings can be intensely liberating. Feelings come from somewhere. They are a reaction to something, but they are not our property. My usual reaction to the world’s problems is sadness or melancholy. The sadness is real, but it is not mine. Focusing on sadness is just a habit I’ve picked up. Nothing bad will happen to me or anyone else if I put it down for a while. Continue reading

Posted in healing, Reasons to Live, Self-Care Support | Tagged , , , , , | 4 Comments

Unwanted Blessings

When painful things come to you, look deeper. They may be blessings in disguise. When my friend Nora was 24, she married Fredrik, her tall, good-looking high school sweetheart. She supported him through medical school and residency in San Francisco, … Continue reading

Posted in healing, Reasons to Live, Self-Care Support | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 9 Comments