Monday, November 18, 2019


Don’t Walk The Line. Draw It. 

October 24, 2019 by  
Filed under Health & Wellness, News, Opinion, Weekly Columns

If I let them have control, I would have more friends.  I learned as an adult that if you give someone one inch that they may take 5 miles…and a goat…and your private jet…and a bag of your favorite tootsie rolls. In other words, they may take what makes you who you are. No one should ever have that power over you. Henry Cloud said it best: “You get what you tolerate.” Choose to tolerate what you are willing to handle within the reins of who you are.  That is one of the greatest gifts you could ever give yourself.

Check Your Emotions. 

October 24, 2019 by  
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First, let us deal with the fact that you have emotions.  I think one of the biggest mistakes in anger or emotional situations is that we forget to acknowledge how we feel. So, be angry. Be sad. Be melancholy. Be aggressively distraught.  Give yourself the time needed to feel how you are feeling. If you are getting to a point where you can not recover from your emotions, consider seeking professional help. It is not healthy to be that emotional for long periods of time. 

Silence: The Great Regulator.

October 21, 2019 by  
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Sleep should not be the only time you experience this wonderful attribute. You can experience it while reading. You can experience it in your cubicle at work with headphones. You can pay hundreds a month if you want to go somewhere you will not be bothered. The point is to allow silence to be a friend in your life. It will be the best thing that makes no noise at all.

Case #123456: Personal v. Business.

Your place in this courtroom is not by accident. It happened because you finally decided to give Business a limit on its influence over you. Do not allow your business side to keep you from enjoying who you are.  You have the most influence over the judge and jury because they are YOU. Choose boundaries. Know expectations. Experiment. Then, close that case so you can enjoy life.

Studying the Jealousy Away.

October 21, 2019 by  
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Ego is an admirable opponent with every intention of usurping your greatness. It will use jealousy and anything else it can to make sure it is in the driving seat of your life.  It will be shocked, however, if you become a confident person that is willing to admit that there is someone better than you. It will probably go into cardiac arrest if you are willing to study and learn how to be better than what you are because Ego is already certain that you are the best you can be. So,  do not let jealousy keep you from being the awesome person that you truly are.

The Overgeneralization Defect.

October 15, 2019 by  
Filed under News, Opinion, Politics, Weekly Columns

We are also not being rational. Rationality is necessary in this day and age of social media and information at our fingertips. Once you deal with your emotions of the horrible act that has happened in whatever situation you are in,  remember that one does not represent everyone. There are still some people in this world that have great intentions, and they need your understanding in order to make a difference in this world. 

Admit Now or Cry Later.

October 15, 2019 by  
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I know the truth is a scary monster that can live under your bed, in spiders, or anything that you fear.  I avoided the truth for most of my life because I was afraid of what I would be unable to do. I did not want to admit that my childhood and upbringing made a difference in my adulthood. I had to admit that truth if I wanted to be a better person. Admitting the truth to yourself, however, can save you so much heartache and pain.  We do not have the ability to time travel…yet. Admit the truth now before you are dealing with more tears later. 

Where is the Love for Disabled Citizens.

October 15, 2019 by  
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They don’t understand I’m not lazy, but my body doesn’t comply with my desire to do so many things. The disability check sent barely allows me to survive…living is hard. Those realities are hard enough…but when I, and people like me, step out we are reminded that we are the “lepers” of this country. We are shunned and treated as less than by people that would have a fit if they are treated in live fashion. Where is the love for disabled citizen? We’re Americans too, right?

Coping With A Lived Medical Issue.

October 15, 2019 by  
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Tweet (ThySistas.com) Many of us experience a health issue from time to time, and this can be either a manageable or high-stress process depending on your individual needs. Many of us recover, but some may have their life altered dramatically. It’s during this time that we may find ourselves completely out of our depth, unsure […]

How To Build Self-Improvement Into Your Business Culture.

October 14, 2019 by  
Filed under Business, Opinion, Tech/Internet, Weekly Columns

Tweet (ThySistas.com) These days, it’s not just about the bottom line, the products, or even the customers, but it’s about the overall culture your business communicates to your consumers and your employees. The latter is probably more important. The business culture is what will help it thrive, foster relationships, and nurture productivity in numerous ways. […]

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