I love the word trustworthy and the quality it stands for. It is so easy to spot in someone else.
Have we confided something in a person in a moment of vulnerability? After all, we cannot be on the defense mode all the time. Sometimes we let the guard down and this is a beautiful thing my friend my sister.
How did the other react? Has the person kept our weakness like a treasure and a token of trust or has she used it against us in an argument for instance?
Then it is our responsibility to act with discernment. Yes it is possible to leave someone we still love if the person is not trustworthy. It is a sign of maturity and self-protection. I am not in a position to give lessons here, because I made that mistake in the past. However, it is less painful to be responsible. And believe me my friend my sister, there are so many people who are worthy of our trust out there.
The miracle cure does not exist. If we try one food and it does not suit us, it is our responsibility to stop consuming it.
Moreover, it is important to have variety in our diet. Yes spinach is healthy but we also need cilantro, parsley, lettuce, rosemary, basil and so many other herbs to thrive.
Was I to be a lawyer again, I wouldn’t do family law. I do not wish to defend a man or a woman against the person he or she once loved, with whom he or she has children.
I believe we can separate from someone with respect. If love has gone, it once had been. For this very reason, people deserve the utmost respect.
Conscious uncoupling is becoming trendy thanks to amazing authors like Katherine Woodward Thomas and I support this so much. I did a video to review the book Conscious uncoupling and it can be found here.
Clean your desk. Clean your home. Start your day organized. Then creativity and productivity can flow through you.
I tried quality time with my children, but it did not work. I changed my career and my whole life to be more present with them, without being particularly focused on them all the time. It helped our relationship tremendously.
I love the idea that my body and my mind are getting stronger when I adapt to stressful circumstances. However, the stress has to be bearable otherwise the effect will be more detrimental than beneficial.
I love how Bridget Nielsen describes it. The perspective of Thierry from Regenere is also very interesting (in French).