Posts Tagged ‘value’
A Life of Joy and Wonder Starts with This, and Here's Why
I’ve been spending a lot of time thinking about the possibilities that could arise, as I live in a state of appreciation. A deeper look at what appreciation really means It seems to me the words “appreciation” and “gratitude” have been lumped together by people over time, as if the terms share one…Read More
"Hey, what about me?" Move past unappreciation and see your value!
Do you feel as though you are constantly trying to prove your worth to others? I always hear from people about how they feel unappreciated by others — their partners, parents, children, employees, colleagues, friends, etc. Teenagers often stop talking to their parents, they completely disconnect, when they feel they’re not being heard or appreciated.…Read More
Is Stress Taking the Fun Out of Your Workday?
by Brian Berry-Berlinski There was a time in my life when work really felt like WORK. I was always worried that I wasn’t in the office long enough every day, even though I was there as long as everyone else. I drove myself crazy over how there never seemed to be enough…Read More
Tired of Trying to Prove That You Are Valuable?
Do you sometimes feel like you are always having to prove to others that you have value? I hear over and over from couples how they don’t feel like they are appreciated by their partners. Children and teens are constantly feeling that no one hears them, nothing they have to say matters, and most of…Read More
Letting Go Of The Resistance.
As I cultivate my state of being an appreciator, I am acutely aware of a greater state of connection with others and the results it produces. In my choice to know, first and foremost, that everything has great value, I am no longer resisting people nor the circumstances around me. Appreciation is a state of…Read More