An Inspiring Article about Self-efficacy, Enthusiasm, Motivation, and Perseverance (Sharing “Is Shoyo Hinata Delusional?” https://crushingonthemoon.wordpress.com/2018/07/01/thoughtful-moments-6-is-shoyo-hinata-delusional/)

Great article about self-efficacy, enthusiasm, motivation, and perseverance, … and the anime character Shoyo Hinata. See the original and more on the blog Crushing the Moon (https://crushingonthemoon.wordpress.com/2018/07/01/thoughtful-moments-6-is-shoyo-hinata-delusional/) Is Shoyo Hinata Delusional? Author: peregrineprincess Shoyo Hinata is a tiny boy with huge dreams. He knows that volleyball is a sport dominated by extremely tall players, and yet at just over 5′ 4″ he wants to become a national champion more than anything. However, … Continue reading

What’s PA? — Peace Not Pas

Parental Alienation More than twenty years ago the late author and renowned child psychiatrist Richard A. Gardner coined the term Parental Alienation Syndrome. He used this term to characterise the breakdown of what was previously normal and healthy parent-child relationships during divorce and child custody cases. The definition of parental alienation according to Gardner is simple. One parent (in […] via What’s PA? — Peace Not Pas

Token of Humanity (Sharing https://dreampack.org/2018/03/02/token-humanity-march-2018/)

Thank you, Patty, for your relentless work to make a difference. I am thankful that you appreciate our discussion too. I willingly forward this Token of Humanity to further blogger friends who help a lot in spreading awareness, positivity, and engagement for changes for the better to occur. Tom & Audrey – USA Through Our Eyes Roy – ashiftinconsiousness Von Smith – Above the Noise Daodeqi Elaine Kelly – Free The Truth … Continue reading

A Reply to the Article “Obedience” (ashiftinconsciousness.wordpress.com)

A Reply to the Article “Obedience” (ashiftinconsciousness.wordpress.com). PLEASE VISIT. Comment: Impressive (depressing) figures. Thanks for sharing as this is of uttermost importance. I’m practicing here for drafting letters to Gates and co. Why do these rich/powerful not change the world for the better? Because they just habitually might not change their convictions that made them multi-billionaires? Because they don’t see the chain of causes leading to inequality? Regarding Bill Gates, … Continue reading

HOW COME NOTHING SEEMS TO CHANGE FOR THE BETTER? – dailyinspirationandgratitude.com

On the importance of persistence. We never know how close to the ‘breakthrough’ we already are. Don’t give up:-) Original article at https://dailyinspirationandgratitude.com/2017/06/06/how-come-nothing-seems-to-change-for-the-better-self-improvement/ “What happens when you pursue your dreams and goals? You believe you have done everything ‘right’ but you see no evidence of change. Circumstances  remain the same or even get worse. You think, ‘what on earth is going on?  It is worse than before!’ Economist Dr. Rudi Dornbusch … Continue reading

Are You Continuing the Vicious Cycle of Child Abuse? – youroutervoice.com

Such an important message! An example of a mother who did, through a lot of self-reflection and awareness, break the vicious cycle of abuse. The informative general article propagates that, for example, the emotional abuse happening in Paternal Alienation (depriving a child of a parent after the separation of the parents) and other kinds of child abuse, don’t have to repeat. The article believes in the possibility that a parent, … Continue reading

“No Limits”, John Maxwell (book review) ‹ Craig T. Owens

I’d like to share this because of the helpful summary and recommendation for John Maxwell’s “No Limits” by Craig T. Owens. The book is built around John Maxwell’s capacity challenge, which says, “If you grow in your awareness, develop your abilities, and make the right choices, you can reach your capacity. In other words: Awareness + Ability + Choices = Capacity.” Source: (2) No Limits (book review) ‹ Craig T. … Continue reading

How To Support The Blogs You Love For Free! – Shop Girl Anonymous

I got reminded by this article how little I share by re-blogging. However, I enjoy so many articles and often do also comment as part of my blogging activity. Why shouldn’t this be made transparent to all followers (without to overwhelm with too many posts, of course)? So, living by example, I try to share a bit more of great content I come across in the WordPress community that fits … Continue reading