The beginning of March has a peculiar vibe. Spring time offers all this optimism, yet nothing precise is happening. Christmas and New Years are long gone and summer is nowhere near yet. March is a spectacular month to fix up different parts of your life, not least your home. There is enough sunlight to clean … More March Is The Time To Fix Up Your Home.
“If you’re in a relationship, unemployed and have fallen into any of the bad phases of unemployment, housework and home improvement will clear out the mental fog you’re in, bring great cheer and joy to the rest of your family and the provider will come to a clean and clear environment. Is your relationship stuck in a boring shit hole and you’re not getting it on anymore? Make your home your employment and let’s see if it won’t clear out some negativity between you two.” … More Unemployed? Taking Great Care Of Your Home Can Become Your New Exciting Job.
The following article is a mixture, of an undefined ratio, between personal experiences and observations over the last two decades or so. I know that the ingredients of this article would have helped me, but I refuse to take responsibility for your particular case, because I’m not there to assist in person.
This article also applies to adults, save from the fact that it’s one’s own responsibility to be open to help. … More How To Get Your Children Successfully To Rehab And Recovery.
Are you sure s/he is who you think? Some years ago, you know, a bit too many to remember exactly how many, I met an amazing woman. So pretty, so hot, so sexy, so attractive, so much fun, so generous, so everything a man could want, that gentlemen don’t advertise. We had been dating, most … More Being Pussy Whipped – A Story Of Psychological Abuse.
Why don’t we just pull ourselves together?
The fact is, homeless people pull themselves together 24/7. It’s just that pulling yourself together as a homeless person doesn’t mean getting a job, it means getting up on your feet, preferably without falling down again. Every day is like your first day at a new place of work. You know how tired you are in the evening after these first days and your head is full of all the new images? That is how tired homeless people are, when we wake up.The difference is that every day we wake up to an ever growing random chaotic noise of “new jobs.” … More Why Do Some People Just Remain Homeless?
“As I am re-building our relationship, I wrap my head around everything I say, do, or think around my daughter, because I want to rebuild our connection as fast as possible and put great things into her head that she can use on her own one day.” … More An Important Little Parenting Trick For Growing Confidence In Your Children.
“One of the things I had the privilige of understanding in 2015, was homelessness. I lived in 10-15 places the first 8 months of last year and what stands out from that experience is constant fatigue. Being tired. Being unable to think or make decisions.” … More Does Decision Fatigue Play a Major Role in Perpetuating Homelessness?
“After I took the plunge into the healthy lifestyle, for real, it became evident more and more, that there would be unfamiliar consequences. Yesterday I drew a thick line and explained to an acquaintance, with whom I was in the beginning steps of starting up a business, that people who insist on me taking a sip of beer, have no place in my life. He was less than happy.” … More Breaking Free of Obstructive Relationships.