Tag: lifecoaching

Can You Always Be Positive?

True happiness isn’t forever, it might not even be for a while. It is found in the moments we least expect it, and sometimes hidden in the times we need it most. Happiness is fleeting. When I say that happiness doesn’t last forever, I don’t mean that in a such a cynical way. I say

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Have Faith In Yourself Today

A simple reminder that confidence does not mean believing that you are perfect, or thinking that you can go the rest of your life without making any mistakes. Confidence is never to be confused by arrogance. Confidence is having faith in yourself, knowing you have the power to make your own choices each day. Likewise,

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Using Poetry To Discuss Mental Illness

Today I’m returning to a more personal topic, or what I originally began this blog for: understanding and recovering from mental illness. Too many of us shy away from the topic in fear that we won’t attract as many readers, however we should all learn to make it a priority. After all, one of the

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Changing The Way You Define Happiness

What does it mean for you to be happy? For many of us, happiness is something we chase every day of our lives. Our own definitions of happiness are described by a list of achievements and assets we desire to call our own, and even after we reach these goals, the list seems to reach

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Good Things Takes Time

A reminder for anyone going through the process of recovery. “People are always telling me that things will get better soon,” He said. “But I’m tired of waiting for change.” That day, my friend confided in me that he had not been happy for a long time. He was growing impatient in watching others living

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