Tag Archives: support

L.O.V.E

Everyone wants to be loved. We know that love can heal. Love inspires. Love picks you up, puts a smile on your face, and a tingling feeling up and down your spine! We search for love. We wait for it. Some of us are willing to do almost anything to get it. We give up …

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Coping with Grief and Loss During the holidays

The holidays, especially the first ones after losing a loved one, are especially difficult for people who are grieving. Often, friends and family members of those affected by a loss are unsure how to act or what to say to support their grieving loved one during the holidays.    There is also a point of …

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October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Challenges Administrative Assistants Face

Last week my manager was out of the office on business, which gave me the opportunity to get a lot of current and future tasks done that I haven’t had the time to fully focus on. As an Administrative Assistant, I truly love what I do. Some people may not understand why anyone would enjoy …

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How to Be of Help to Those Grieving During the Holidays

While many people look forward to yearly holiday traditions, gatherings with family and friends and the good feelings associated with the season, some people dread the holidays. For those who have lost a loved one during the past year, the holidays may heighten their grief. The holidays, especially the first ones after losing a loved …

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Postive Thursday!

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I’ve Got You, Babe

As we work toward our goals it takes a lot of time and effort, whether it’s working a full-time job, going to school, perfecting a lifelong hobby, or a start-up side hustle – It can take a lot out of you, which can make it easy for our relationships to get pushed down the priority …

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Growing Pains

Growing up is tough. You truly go through various changes in life as you start to grow into adult hood. Not only your likes and dislikes change, your mindset, beliefs, body and relationships change as well. I recently overheard a conversation between two young women, and they were talking about how they no longer are …

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Friends

Who are our true friends? Do our friends support and applaud our endeavors or do they begrudge our ambition and successes? Do they want to listen, or only to talk? Do they consider our needs and feelings, or only their own? Do they stand beside us in our grief, our despair, our disappointments, or do …

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Self-Love

I would like to know who says we can’t treat ourselves. We spend so much of our time trying to be the conscientious employee, the supportive and loving mate, the nurturing parent or the dutiful sons and daughters that we sometimes let our own needs slide. We seem to get the idea in our heads …

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