Do Better Than Your Parents

Posted on Feb 17, 2014 | 11 Comments
Do Better Than Your Parents

People often voice concern about repeating their parent’s bad experiences. For instance, a 60 year old might fret, “My mother died from a heart ailment when she was 60. I’m afraid I will too.” Or, “I have a hard time controlling my temper. I got it from my dad.” And the list goes on. But […]

Expect something new

Posted on Nov 30, 2012 | 6 Comments

Do you ever hope for events or circumstances to return to a status quo of the past? Perhaps you’re bored, stuck in a rut, and crave for the days you were busy raising a family or actively employed. Maybe you’re unemployed and think, “If I only had my old job back.” Or you feel discouraged […]

Changing the past

Posted on Sep 19, 2012 | 14 Comments

Now here is an arresting truth to consider that one of my patients emailed me recently:      “If I change my thoughts about my past,       I change my experience of the past.” Who said you can’t change your past? It’s not true. Our experience is solely per thought, and thought can always change.  […]