Tag Archives: Attitude

Thank You

Thank You

It’s a simple word; eight letters of the English alphabet bring it together. Researchers and psychology scholars all over the world stand as testimony that to have an attitude of gratitude can do us all, no end of good. Such an attitude permits us to be more attentive and alert. Causing us to be better […]

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Attitude is Everything

Attitude is Everything

What do you think about yourself?  Who influenced your mind set?  Can you teach an old dog a new trick?  These were questions that arose in my conscious as I came to a crossroad in my life.  I began to question my views of the world and how they affect my life.  Freedom is a […]

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The Game of Making Friends

The Game of Making Friends

I’m now starting to see that interacting with people and trying to form friendships is almost like playing a game. With every move we have to decide how to react and if it’s worth chasing after a possible win or just taking a loss. In friendships we have to do the same and decide if […]

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Matter of Perspective: 2011

Matter of Perspective: 2011

With this week being the final days of 2011, it’s easy to look over our this time and lump it into one category. Our mind can highlight only the good or bad moments, but then we’re not getting the right perspective. If we’re focused on just the good or the bad then how can we […]

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A Mean Girl Mentality

A Mean Girl Mentality

The other day I was reading a women’s blog post about how reality television portrays interactions and friendships amongst women. The writer noted that these shows realistically demonstrate how women size-up, dismiss, and are standoffish towards women they’ve never met. That made me wonder, are we in a mean girl mindset when we meet women […]

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The Attitude Behind the Message

The Attitude Behind the Message

For a relationship to be successful a couple has to rely on communication. While we all have different ways of getting our point across, we have to be aware that our words can turn people off if their not executed properly. Sometimes the way we convey messages to our partner can cause damage to a […]

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The Office Atmosphere

This week I’ve been going through an experience that’s similar to one that I wrote about a month ago. At work I’ve hang out with one of my coworkers, but I’ve been started to distance myself from her because we’re too different. I’m starting to notice that one’s associations can have negative and positive effects. […]

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Superwoman Strength

Superwoman Strength

Yesterday the weight of trying to be a superwoman came down upon me. I want to do it all and be great at everything I have to do both professional and personal, but sometimes it’s hard to manage it all. At times being superwoman can just be too much. At work there was tons of […]

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Power in a Smile

Power in a Smile

The expression that we wear on our face has so much power and some of us don’t even realize it . A frown, a scowl, or smile controls the opportunities we have and people who come our way. So, why is it that people choose not to smile? Not too long ago I tried to play match-maker with […]

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Talk it Out

It seems that out of all the emotions being angry is one of the hardest to express sometimes. Should one hold it in, let it out, or just go with the moment? Why do some of us have trouble expressing our anger? I’m a prime example of someone who is not good at expressing when […]

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