Personal Development

  • Why Failed Relationships Aren’t Actually Failures: 5 Lessons on Love That Doesn’t Last

    By Melissa Pennel “Tis better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all.” ~Lord Alfred Tennyson I’ve always loved relationships—the euphoria of early romance, the comfort of built intimacy, and the experience of adventuring through life with someone else. While there are some pretty snazzy parts of being single, I was a…

  • 8 Stages of a Twin Flame Connection

    By: Advisor Adeena Stage One- Desire To Find Each Other  This is the first stage. You may have experienced bad relationship after bad relationship, struggling to understand why you have not found happiness with “The One” that doesn’t yet exist in your life. You wonder if there is better out there you wonder when you…

  • If Only I Knew My Worth…

    By Sara Fabian “Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” ~Albert Einstein Looking back on my past, I see that I have spent most of my precious time striving to improve myself instead of celebrating…

  • 3 Things That Cause Unhealthy Food Cravings & How to Stop Them

    By Arantxa Mateo “Reminder: food is fuel, not therapy.” ~Unknown I learned about food cravings at a young age. My parents divorced when I was six years old. My older brother and I ended up living in another city with our grandmother. We used to spend long hours alone, and we learned soon enough how food…

  • 5 Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Start Looking For Love

    By Aska Kolton “Don’t rush into any kind of relationship. Work on yourself. Feel yourself, experience yourself and love yourself. Do this first and you will soon attract that special loving other.” ~Russ Von Hoelscher Being in love is awesome. Sharing your life with someone special who gets you, adores you, and loves you for who…

  • What Annoys Us About Others Can Teach Us About Ourselves

    By José de la Torre “Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” ~Carl Jung When my wife and I had children, little did we know that we’d be creating little bundles of nerves. Between my wife’s depression and my own anxiety, we created two anxiety-ridden, depressed balls of mess, and then some. Don’t get…