How Do You Deal With Difficult People?

The liar, the cynic, the needy, the control-freak, the flake, the manipulator, the show-off, the envious, the pretender, the arguer… There’s no easy way to put this across: this article isn’t going to be easy to read. Life is difficult. There is no doubt everyone is going to run into people who will come across [...]

By | January 25th, 2018|Article, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Does Life Get Harder As You Get Older?

A newborn baby takes its first breath as soon as s/he is born. From that moment forward, s/he will continue to breathe, in order to live in this world. With each milestone, s/he will need to overcome barriers in order to learn new skills, new words, and new behaviors in order to navigate the world [...]

By | January 22nd, 2018|Article|0 Comments

What Do You Do When Everyone Feels Too Difficult?

    The beauty of life is about the different kinds of people we come across every day whether it is at work, at home or any social setting. Different people color our world, which would be a boring place if all people behaved alike. Humans are social beings and in one way or another, [...]

By | January 20th, 2018|Article|0 Comments

How To Increase Your Chances Of Keeping a New Year’s Resolution

There is a good chance you’ve made a New Year’s resolution and you have been sticking with it… but inside you, there’s a voice wondering when your new year resolution will be given up. Keeping a New Year’s resolution is far more difficult than making it. Here are some of the best tips I have [...]

By | January 15th, 2018|Article|0 Comments

Should You Go On A Second Date?

Second dates are just as important as first dates (just less unnerving). This is when the both of you dive deeper into the conversation. You get to know the other person’s dreams, what their family is like, favorite tv shows and so on. Second dates mean that you found something you liked in the other [...]

By | June 22nd, 2017|Article, Relationships|0 Comments

The Relationship Trap: You Survived Your First Fight, Now How Do You Keep the Flame Alive?

Your first fight as a couple was about a misunderstanding, a miscommunication or an offhanded remark that touched a nerve. But you survived it. You both talked it through and the worst is behind you. Congratulations! The worst thing you can do now is to assume that things can go back to the way it [...]

By | June 7th, 2017|Article, Relationships|0 Comments

In Under 300 Words: ‘Conscious Uncoupling’

The spotlight in May is on Katherine Woodward Thomas's book, 'Conscious Uncoupling'. What does this oxymoron mean? More importantly, why this book can help you. There are divorces and then there are bad divorces. Both parties get caught up drawn out custody battles and communicating only with a lawyer present. It is draining and by the [...]

It’s a Hard Life – Does It Have to be This Way?

We all experience hardships in life. But why do some of us go through them more often? We find certain things blocking our paths to success, we keep making the wrong choices over and over again, we face problems with letting go.  Perhaps you lie awake at night, unable to sleep, or you can’t seem [...]

By | May 6th, 2017|Article, Emotional Well-being, Meaning|0 Comments

Why Your Effort at Self-Improvement is Failing

Self improvement is such a vague term. What would you want to improve on? Your looks - some people go for plastic surgeries to enhance their looks and physique. Your body - people go to the gym to workout. Soft skills is the buzzword when it comes to self-improvement. A lot of us take courses [...]

By | April 25th, 2017|Article, Personal Development, Personal stories|0 Comments

Humor in the Office – Bad for Productivity?

Humor and the workplace may be frowned upon. Even the most casual office environments could harbour certain stigmas and uncertainties when allowing humor in the workplace. That is, until recent developments. It’s easy to understand why. Humor is subjective and one bad joke (sexist quip or racist jibe) can easily lead to conflict. You might [...]