Laughter really is the best medicine. I mean, we can see it all around us. We see children in the play area, running around laughing and smiling and living in the moment, while their parents sit on the side, full of the stresses of day-to-day life and only the occasional smile breaking their otherwise serious faces. People on their death beds often say they wish they had laughed more. Don’t be that person! We could all do with a bit more laughter… And you’re about to find out why! Here’s the 4-1-1.
A curious thing happened today. I felt gratitude for my ex-husband. I know shocking right? It is almost unheard of that anyone can feel a positive feeling towards one’s ex. This feeling and revelation that it is possible caused an emotional change in me. Here is what happened and ways you too can make peace with your ex-husband for yourself and your kids.
Anger is one of the most primal and powerful emotions we have. It comes from a place of instinctual survival when we feel threatened and feel the need to defend and protect ourselves. Fear lies beneath the anger and fuels it’s blaze. Anger is one of the most difficult emotions to control because it is not only a basic coping mechanism, but causes physical effects on the brain. According to Harry Mills Ph.D,
I was talking to a good friend at a party last night, and he asked me a very cool question. He asked, “What are your thoughts on the sexual issues between couples married twenty years”.
I answered this: