Coping with the death of a loved one
Our view on what life is influences how we perceive our own death and those of our loved ones. Though we all know that someday each of us has to breathe our last breath; the loss of our loved ones is difficult to accept and move on from. This article will also give you a tips on how to accept and overcome the loss.
All of us experience change on a day to day basis. This change maybe short term - for example, with regard to routines or certain activities that we may or may not do. There could also be more long-term and life defining changes such as getting married, moving to a new country, changing jobs, even losing someone to death. Accepting and accommodating to change is not easy for most of us. This article explores ways to make transitions smoother for you...
Expressing your Anger
Anger is a natural emotion. Anger itself is neither good nor bad, but it is often expressed in ways that are negative and destructive. When this happens, it could spoil your relationships and you would probably regret it afterwards.
Preparing for Retirement
Retirement is often considered a rite of passage... as inevitable as the birthdays that signal its oncoming. Although some of us do dread not having office to go to and nothing to look forward to, no break in the monotony - for many retirement is something to look forward to - a time when, as Khalil Gibran puts it, time is no longer money and hence we can spend it as we like!