How do you spend your time as you have grown older? I took a good look at myself through this book, as I own up to being a senior.
Do we give of our time and money, to assist others, or do we sit back, grumpily complaining about our situation saying, “let someone else do that. I’ve done my bit?” Or, do we embrace every moment with thanksgiving?
We need to realize that if we are guilty of the former comment we are effectively stepping out of life; waiting for the grave.
Old does not mean dead. Aging doesn’t give us permission to be mean or bitter.
Let Bruce Leiter’s treasure chest of suggestions allow you to become bolder, while remaining gracious. Change your mental direction and enjoy life, as you too, follow his humorous quips, question periods, and Bible studies. All of which are presented in easy-to-understand format and meant to improve our minds and hearts, as well as emotionally strengthen us, if we choose to open the pages and read it.
I found this book, not only, entertaining but also educational, once I accepted the suggestions for leading a more contented life. We sometimes, fail to recognize that we are dropping out of life, bit by bit, as tiredness, or ill-health takes over. But, we can change that by reading how to overcome the temptations of old age.
I received a copy of this book free of charge, in exchange for an honest review from http://www.bookcrash.com
Social media often exposes bullying, and reminds each of us to be aware of this abusive tactic; asking the abused party and the abusers to seek professional help.
Girls can be more aggressive, when they are directing their cowardly actions toward boys – especially, if the boy in question is not inclined to ‘hit back.’ The attacks can be brutal and unrelenting. The boy, feeling unable to protect himself NEEDS SOMEONE TO SPEAK UP on his behalf. The situation has to be dealt with quickly otherwise, dire consequences can result.
This blog is excellent and I share it willingly.
Thanks, Lisa, for an excellent article.
STOP YOUR BULLYING – WHOEVER YOU ARE!
Anyone not of a controlling or abusive nature, finds it hard to understand how somebody can be that way. A person on the receiving end of an abuser’s behavior can find it almost impossible to escape, even though it is their deepest desire. They are too afraid.
One would think it would be just a matter of deciding to get the heck away to safety. It is not that simple. Usually, by the time you realize the person you have trusted with your love is an abuser, you have been brain-washed into thinking you are worthless; mentally weak; ugly and not worthy of attention. You have become a person of no self-esteem. You no longer have confidence in yourself or your ability to function away from the controller in your life. In other words – YOU NEED HELP!
So how do you know if your relationship is not healthy? Consider some of the following:
Do you have to ask for money?
Are you threatened in any way?
Are you made to feel unimportant? Stupid? Ugly?
Do you suffer insults?
Can you question your partner without fear?
Are you free to leave the house when you choose?
Do you have to report every move?
Does he/she say they will commit suicide if you leave?
…….. the list can be very comprehensive. You will be so used to the abuse that you might relate to all these and more, without identifying yourself as a victim. You accept everything that goes wrong as being your fault – or justify that the other person is really a good person, but cannot help getting angry. WRONG!
If you are in a safe place right now – check this link. http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=Power+and+Control+Wheel+PDF&qpvt=Power+and+Control+Wheel+PDF&FORM=IGRE
Then decide if that’s how you want to continue to live.