Greetings–This week Jane and I spoke about Freedom and I stated that I didn’t think we could find complete freedom anywhere and Jane chose a different path. Get the whole discussion by clicking on the link below. Would enjoy hearing a response from those who listen to it. It’s an important distinction that we all need to consider.
Jane and I continued our chat about men and how they demonstrate emotions. As well we spoke about how men see women and some of the words or language that we each use that is very confusing. Often these words are the source of arguments which really don’t need to happen. Check us out by clicking on the video below.
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Welcome to Truth Talkin’ Thursday. Jane and I got involved in an interesting discussion about what is it that men get emotional about? What does it take for men to become emotional? What topics create emotions in males? It is truly interesting how different we are from females when it comes to the topics of emotions and how we show those emotions. Many relationships are tested and sometimes ruined by what we don’t know about each other and how misunderstood emotions can send the wrong messages to each other.
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This week Jane and I discussed ‘fear’ and how it rules some peoples lives. Fear can determine how we make decisions, how focused and satisfied we are with the quality and direction of our lives. People like Donald Trump understand the power that fear can have and if used properly can be used to control millions of people-not always for the greater good. The good news is we can deal with fear-respect it for it’s power but learn how NOT to let it run our lives.
Fear–False Evidence Appearing Real. We don’t have to surrender to fear–check out our conversation about fear and more on U-Tube.
Jane and I talked about ‘game changers’ and what they meant in terms of relationships. What are some of the things that people do or don’t do that change the quality or even the life of a relationship.
Watch this weeks conversation for more about ‘game changers’ and how to avoid them if at all possible. Just click on the link below.
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This week Jane and I discussed decision making–how we make them and dealing with the aftermath of making tough decisions. It’s about making or deciding things based on a ‘want’ or a ‘need’ and what the difference is.
If you could make your big decisions with less pain and more conviction and clarity would you be interested? Just click on the link below to hear the full discussion.
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Jane and I chatted about the value or drawbacks of New Year’s Eve resolutions. I mentioned how I thought they were really useless and could be a set up for ‘failure’. Jane offered her opinions as well.
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So Jane and I got together to swap stories about our Christmas experiences. I actually took some of my own suggestions about how to find the ‘Illusive Christmas Spirit’ and some of them worked out. Check out our chat this week to find out what I did to begin to turn it around-to experience what Christmas is supposed to ‘feel’ like and to hear about Jane’s Christmas. Just click the link or hit on the arrow to know more.
All the best for New Years and this week coming Jane and I will chat about how crazy or serious some New Years Eve resolutions can be or are.
This week Jane and I share the meaning of Christmas with each other and I divulge my recipe for finding more Christmas Spirit in the season. Ho. Ho. Ho.
More people than we realize struggle with this time of the year and for some it leads to serious mental health issues-depression, anxiety, fear, anger and frustration. These folks are not just the homeless or the single parents out there either. This includes a great number of people who, by all accounts, should be happy or excited by it all–BUT AREN’T.
Hopefully my ‘recipe’ will be of some help to those who are struggling. I think it’s helping me find my Christmas Spirit.
All the best and I wish you a Merry Christmas. May you all enjoy a touch of the season–JIm