Be the Best You, Make It through a Breakup and Talk to Kids about Money
You Get to Be You. How Great is That?
It's up to you to determine who you are, what you want to do, how you want to live and where life should take you. Motivational speaker, Jay Forte, offers five suggestions for starting each day to live your best life.
Healthy Review vs. Unhealthy Obsession
To make it through your next painful breakup, know the difference between reviewing and obsessing. A healthy review helps you understand what went wrong, so you can let go; unhealthy obsession—asking yourself the same, useless questions over and over—only creates more suffering. Relationship expert, Susan J. Elliott, explains the differences here.
Big Changes in the Little House
While it isn't easy to discuss financial difficulties with children, avoiding the truth only makes them more anxious. All children really need to know is that they're loved and protected. Read Dr. Maria Laura Ortner's tips on discussing tough financial times with your children here. <LINK: http://www.first30days.com/blog/main/2010/08/big-changes-in-the-little-house/>