The Personal Guru
Relationship ♥ Friendship ♥ Self-help
The woman who acknowledges that relationships are important in creating a whole person and offers her personal take on the matter. She will be the first one to say that human emotions are real and should not be disregarded. She believes that a mind and heart at peace makes for a better person.
Spending time with my children is a luxury I don’t often have because of my work. That is why I would prefer to do something worthwhile with them. I got the chance one evening to do just that with my two daughters when we watched a stage play entitled “The Secret Garden”.
First of all, don’t let me get all sappy when it comes to talking about my college friends. But that would probably be futile since I will just inevitably end up gushing about them. What is it about them anyway?
At least once in our lives, we’ve experienced being placed in a box scathingly labeled as the “Friend Zone.” Sometimes, the signs are as big as a welcome banner in a town fiesta or as loud as a marching band.
Midlife crisis is not monopolized by women. Men can also go through it but not all men or women will. There may be different triggers and manifestations according to gender although there are general reasons why anyone would feel that he or she is undergoing such crisis.
With everything incessantly tossing and turning around us, it is easy to fall through the cracks and stay stuck with our forever annoying nemesis, STRESS. There is just too much to be done and we always seem to run out of time.
Sure, you’ve been together since nursery, or you’ve been attending each other’s birthday parties since you were in diapers. You even ran away from bullies together. You two are very close buddies since you were born.
You must have heard this one – “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus”. Well, it has been said for a reason, or several reasons at th
Being surrounded with the comforts of the world may be one of the reasons why grown-ups nowadays lack the virtue of patience. With just one click, all the information we need would be laid on the table.
You’ve probably seen it in the movies a thousand times. That scene where a dashing young prince gallops toward a tall tower, kills a huge, fire-breathing dragon with one swish of his sword, and successfully rescues the damsel in distress.
Women are often called hopeless romantics, so what’s the big deal? What can be so wrong about having an idealistic view of love? Nothing, until hopeless romantics fall into the trap of falling in love with the idea of love instead of another person.