Through forgiveness you hold the power to rewrite your history. Learn how to forgive someone with an open mind and this five-step process.
The late Dr. Wayne Dyer was and still is beloved by so many people around the world. Affectionately called the “father of motivation,” his timeless wisdom and inspirational insight shines through in these life lessons.
Even a little spark of kindness can put a colossal burst of sunshine into someone’s day. Here are a handful of reasons why acts of kindness are so good for you–whether you’re the giver, recipient, or even the observer of the kind act.
Loving yourself can be a challenging feat. It’s also rewarding, satisfying, enduring, and leads to love elsewhere. When you open up to the love you can hold for yourself, life becomes easier and happier. Here are some reasons why you should love and respect yourself, because no one can love you like you can.
Take happiness into your own hands. Here are a few of my favorite ways to increase serotonin (the “happy hormone”); try incorporating them into your days so you can create a happier life.
Forgiving others isn’t always the easiest task in the world. When you’re finding it difficult or even impossible to forgive and forget, remember these two steps.
Happiness is not an act, but a habit. The secret of lasting happiness, then, can be found in your daily habits. I hope this list of good habits inspires you to start creating big happiness in your life every single day.
Compassion is kindness in action. When we choose to be kind individuals, we start to build a more compassionate world as a whole. This affirmation will remind you to be kind to others and to yourself, because it’s such a necessary part of real happiness.
You don’t need to be in a romantic partnership to appreciate these quotes about relationships, because romantic love is only one way we experience the joy of loving in our lives. We can invite love into any relationship.
The best Christmas gifts carry more weight than gold and cannot be tied with a bow. Make this holiday season less about your presents, and more about the presence of your mind, heart, and soul.