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Life After 50: The Dread and Grace of Growing Older

I celebrated my 51st birthday last week. Thank you to all my friends, family, and online community for your wonderful wishes. This year’s birthday had an extra dose of wonderful since it was also Mother’s Day. I had the privilege to celebrate life and being a mother all in one. Turning half a century young, […]

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Don’t Postpone Living Seize Life Today

I’ve learned that postponing things for the perfect time or situation is wasting precious time. When we are young, we think we have all the time in the world. Later we realize that time passes so quickly we regret not doing and living the experiences when we had the chance. Don’t postpone living. Seize the […]

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Teen Depression: A Dark and Painful Journey

Teen Depression —a reality that consumes your thoughts, mind, and behavior, and if left untreated, becomes one with you. Depression doesn’t discriminate, regardless of age, it can attach itself to you, just like it did with me.  Hi, I’m Emma Feldberg, a 14-year-old girl from Canada. From November 2020 to April 2021, I was experiencing […]

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Not Everything You Lose Is A Loss

I‘ve learned that the things we think are a loss are often not. You may think so at the moment, but as things settle and you give Life the opportunity to reveal the path, you understand why things had to happen as they did.  You have to make room for the new to find you. […]

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Waleuska’s Top 10 Habits to Practice for a Fulfilling Life

We are the sum of the habits we practice. Here are some habits worth developing and practicing for a fulling life: The habit of gratitude: Wake up each morning and before your feet hit the ground give thanks for all that you are and have in your life. The habit of forgiving: Forgive everything and […]

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You Can Be Fearful And Still Be Courageous

Love and fear rule our life.  Every action and behavior is driven by either love or fear. Underneath your decisions is the desire to avoid pain or seek pleasure. But Fear when left unchecked can limit your life.  Fear can make you miss out on some of life’s best experiences. I believe it’s all a […]

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How to Find Gratitude In Times of Covid

We are living in unprecedented times. Covid has struck fear in the hearts and minds of the world. There is no question that this invisible enemy has changed the social fabric of society. According to the UN’s International Labor Organization, 225 million jobs were lost worldwide in 2020, much more severe than the Great Depression […]

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The Double-Edged Attraction Factor: What Initially Attracts You To Your Partner Can Later Tear You Apart

  Have you heard people say, “Opposites attract?” I am sure you have and that is because it’s true.  However, many people have taken this popular saying too literally and have created a meaning that it was never meant to have. Why you must be cautious about the initial attraction factor. When choosing a partner, […]

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Do You Feel Like Nothing You Do Is Ever Enough for Your Partner?

  I have a bold question for you.  Are you struggling with your relationship and have that sinking feeling that you can do better to have the relationship of your dreams? If this sounds familiar, keep reading.    I know that sinking feeling all too well.  Eight years ago, I got divorced after 23 years of marriage. […]

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Why Great Loves End and What You Can Learn

We are all familiar with the stories of bad relationships falling apart. Their end usually entails a breakdown and often it leaves one or both people resentful and hurt.  But we seldom talk about when great loves end. When things fall apart, it usually entails something was not right, that things were bad.  But when […]

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