February 10, 2009
Let’s face it. Wouldn’t you like a life with the peace of mind that comes from knowing how to find stress relief? Is it as easy as just finding ways to relax?
Here are 10 of my best Tips on how can you get rid of stress and anxiety and have peace of mind? Here’s how.
February 4, 2009
At the famed Waldorf-Astoria in New York, J.C. Penny, an energetic 95-years old at the time was asked, “You’ve had plenty of problems in your life. What is your philosophy about problems?”
He answered, “Actually I’m grateful for all my problems. As I overcome each one I became stronger and more able to meet those yet to come. I grew because of my difficulties.”
Like J.C. and others who have achieved success, while first facing problems you will need to have a positive attitude towards them to overcome them.
January 14, 2009
What if I told you that you could start right now solving relationship problems and creating healthy relationships — both new and existing? Here’s how:
Lori Prokop Relationship Advice #1
Are you comfortable with yourself? The first best friend you need is you. If you have problems or are critical of yourself, seek the help of a counselor or therapist to look at where you learned this behavior. You likely learned this as a child from parents, caregivers, peers or teachers. Whatever the issue, it can be overcome.
December 28, 2008
By Shelly Horvath
Ever wonder the secret of people who seem to have the inside track on anti-aging? Let’s face it. Not everyone is choosing to go under the knife. Here is a quick, natural anti-aging story full of wisdom.
December 12, 2008
Let’s face it. Wouldn’t you like a life with no worries? Is it as easy as saying just don’t worry?
Developing a habit of worry can happen so quickly you may not even notice it. Often, worry is learned when people are so young, they come to believe worry is natural. It is not. Worry is a mental affliction which can deepen into fear, anxiety and depression.
How can you get rid of worry for good and have no worries? Here’s how.
1) Realize. Worry is a habit. We are with no worries, not with the ability to worry. It is something you learn from others. Who taught you how to worry?
Brain researchers have recently concluded a habit can be made or broken in 21 to 40 days. The first step to having a worry free life is to break yourself of the worry habit.