How to help a grieving friend

The following are things you can do and say to support a loved one during their time of need. An inevitability of life is death. We all experience loss at some point, and will often see people we love grieving. It’s a difficult time when you want to help and alleviate...

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How to heal our deepest emotional wounds

Emotional wounds come from many different sources, but they all produce a very similar profound sense of self-negativity. The feeling of “no matter what I do, I am never good enough” grows and takes over your actions so that you can get addicted to DOING NOTHING about...

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Addictive personality?

You may wonder: Do I have an addictive personality? “Addictive personality is not an actual psychiatric diagnosis,” says Michael Weaver, MD, medical director of the Center for Neurobehavioral Research on Addiction at the University of Texas Health Science Center at...

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How I came to build my castle – part II

Here's the follow up to my blog post "How I came to build my castle - Part I", So when people say: “What should I do with my life?” or “What is my life purpose?” What they are actually saying is: “What can I do with my time that is important?” This is by far a better...

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How I came to build my castle – part I

Most of us have no clue what we want to do with our lives. So I wrote on my previous blog post: “How am I going to build my castle?”  It is not about if or when, it’s about HOW: Attitude: How you can form the right attitude about yourself, your work and your...

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The power of attitude, goals and actions

“Most of us go to our graves with our music still inside us, unplayed.” (Oliver Wendell Holmes) A man meets three workers on a building site. He asks the first one: “What are you doing?” – “I’m laying bricks.”  He asks the next one:  “What are you doing?” – “I’m...

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