Category Archive: What I’ve Learned From Life…Velinda

What I’ve Learned from Life…about Friendliness

That friendliness and likeability really does matter in relationships

What I’ve Learned From Life…About Creating a Better Life

Many people suffer from living lives that are way beneath them.  They are not happy because they have acquiesced to their circumstances.  They don’t believe things can be better so they give up.… Continue reading

What I’ve Learned From Life…Say No to Say Yes

“As we age we learn to be authentic and sensitive to our own needs and what’s important, even if it means sometimes saying no.  Learn early to say no to things that don’t… Continue reading

What I’ve Learned From Life….My Favorite Artwork

That my favorite artwork in the world is the pictures my children drew in elementary school. Priceless

What I’ve Learned From Life…About Lessons

Are you experiencing the same unfulfilling situations over and over again?  Or are you stuck in a trauma and can’t  seem to move forward from it?  If so,  it is because you have… Continue reading

What I’ve Learned From Life About Failure

That failure is simply your road to success.  If you fall, you need to look at the situation differently.  Perhaps you’re not seeing that the efforts you are making are in the wrong… Continue reading

What I’ve Learned From Life…The Way You Make People FEEL

From a simple smile to a sincere compliment, to appreciation for the smallest act, the way you make people feel is the magic to relationships.  It builds self esteem and reminds people they… Continue reading

What I’ve Learned from Life….Relationships

Nothing affects the quality of your life more than the person you are married to.

What I’ve Learned from Life…About Human Nature

That under everyone’s social mask is simply a human being waiting to connect with someone who will love and appreciate them.  

What I’ve Learned from Life…Anger is Pain in Disguise

Anger is simply pain in disguise.  The person who is angry is crying out in the wrong way because they are hurting.  They are likely very sensitive. Does that make anger excusable or… Continue reading

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