Month: November 2020

“Forgiving someone doesn’t mean that their behavior was ’OK.’ What it does mean is that we’re ready to move on. To release the heavy weight. To shape our own life, on our terms, without any unnecessary burdens. Forgiveness is pure freedom’and forgiveness is a choice.” ~Dr. Suzanne Gelb It happened, again. I was sitting opposite
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The root cause of suffering for many of us is believing that there’s something’s wrong with us. Psychiatrists’ and therapists’ offices are filled with people who are carrying this false belief, most often stemming from traumatic or painful childhood experiences, or even people telling us this directly. Sometimes we inferred this idea because we were
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Shania Twain’s love story with Swiss businessman Frédéric Thiébaud stems from the unlikeliest of places. The couple has been happily married since 2011, but it was heartbreak that first brought them together. As the Grammy-winning singer has said, theirs is a “beautifully twisted” relationship ’ and she wouldn’t have it any other way. Here’s what
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