Load question right? Well, I found myself in an interesting place – you know, all part of life’s journey. Let me just say; though I don’t enjoy, anticipate, nor look forward to the downside and sometimes blind-side that life brings…later, I do look back; yes, I do, and appreciate the lessons I learned from both. Though we can agree that life dishes out highs, lows, ups, downs and even blind-sides however, we can learn, grow, and benefit from those times. Unfortunately, it’s during those seasons we are forced to take a closer look internally, and ask the tough questions – (not the ones that add another knock-out punch to our already hurt soul), rather, the ones that can help guide us to a healthy place. Sadly, in some instances we come up empty because there’s nothing healthy inside to draw on. More
Posts by Diane :
- Mental Wellness
- Personal Development
- Physical Wellness
- Professional Development
- Relationship Building
- Self-improvement & Personal Growth
The phrase “you need to check your attitude” or you need an attitude adjustment” is usually voiced after you’ve said something out of line or character to someone, or during those rare moments when we hear that inner voice saying “you need to check your attitude”.
Let’s face it, we all have had days and will continue to have days when our attitude will need adjusting. It’s important to NOT allow ourselves to accept and go through life’s journey with bad or wrong attitudes…they will eventually poison not only your soul, but those around you as well. More
Feb 12th it’s Canada’s Mental Health Day – we will be reminded why taking care of our minds is important, statistics will be shared on how many Canadians have been affected with mental health and cases of lives taken by this disease. At some point in our lives we have or will encounter low or sometimes dark days. We are encouraged to TALK about it and STOP the silence’ it’s the silence that can lead to mental depression and sadly physical death.
None of us regardless of our age, gender, race, employment or financial status are immune from being affected by depression or dark days. Rick Rypien, a Vancouver Canucks player lived with depression and sadly took his life last August 2011 at the young age of 27. More