At a very young age girls are introduced to the expectations of culture. The make up, the body size, the accessories, all created by corporations and marketing companies. This mom strips it all down and makes dolls that are people, not unattainable expectations.
Here are seven things that self-loving people do differently.
1. They listen to their emotions.
Most people spend their lives doing one of two things to their emotions: numbing or venting. Often, they do a combination of the two (i.e. they numb until they can't hold it in anymore, then they explode).
Self-loving people do something very different — they accept each emotion as a piece of communication and they try to decode it. This way, emotio...
The video is equal parts dramatic and really, really sweet, and is a good reminder of how many parents go to the ends of the earth for their children. Watch the video below, and don't be afraid to let the tears flow or give your own parent a call at the end....
By Paul Lenda
We as human beings have a very strong self-centered aspect (even if it may not be truly ‘real’) of our beings called the ego, and many problems arise when this aspect of the human experience goes uncontrolled. Manipulation has always been a favored tool of the ego in order to get what it wants.
This manipulation can come in either a physical form or it can be seen to work on the emotional level in order to break the psyche in...
1. BE REAL It's better to be hatted for who you are, than to be liked for who you aren't.
2. BE HONEST. Say what you mean, and mean what you say.
3. BE LOYAL. Nobody likes a gossip.
4. BE RESPECTFUL. Keep secrets.
5. TAKE CARE. Be there in a crisis.
6. GIVE PERSPECTIVE. Advise, but don't judge.
7. GIVE SPACE. Don't be clingy or needy.
8. BUILD TRUST. Always keep your promises.
9. LISTEN. Just listen.
10. SHARE. Be selfless.