Many of us just made it through another holiday season without someone to love or a date to kiss in the new year. And our deepest fear — of living unwanted and unloved — shivers down into our bones.
All Allie had ever wanted was a family of her own. Working the Christmas Eve shift in the hospital’s ER was light years away from her long-cherished dream. Or was it?
With an overabundance of memories, movies and reminders of others’ wedded bliss, a single adult’s holiday season can sting. But there are ways to reclaim the “merry” by focusing on what’s truly important.
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Goals are meant to challenge us, and sometimes the progress we make — even if it feels like we’ve fallen short — is more than enough.
Whatever your situation or status, you can and should have relationship goals. Aim high this year, knowing you’ll be building a foundation for the future.
Change doesn’t happen overnight. When we expect to be different after simply declaring our resolutions, our expectations are quickly introduced to reality.
If you find yourself with zero motivation, you may need to start pushing yourself. But if you struggle to rest, force yourself to set some boundaries.
For whatever reason I don’t want to tell somebody, “Hey, you hurt my feelings.” And I don’t think I’m the only one who has a hard time with that.