BELIEVE IN LOVE AGAIN!
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Category Archives: Love and Marriage
I just found this great BBC summary of what anger is, and why it is so important to understand it!
It is an unusual human being who has not experienced feelings of abandonment or betrayal in their lifetime. When these misfortunes occur we normally look for the life lesson in them, and too often believe the lesson is that love … Continue reading
The deceptively simple act of meditating prompts changes in your body, including in your autonomic nervous system, which regulates your heartbeat, digestion, breathing and sweating, among other functions. It’s also been shown to prompt beneficial changes in your brain, and … Continue reading
My Believe in Love Again blog is taking off lately along with e-book sales! Don’t miss my new post: Why don’t I believe in love?
After losing 30 pounds in the past few months, I am now amazed at how little I need to eat each day to feel full, comfortable and content. I see now that most of my previous food consumption was simply … Continue reading