The ability to communicate effectively and motivate someone to continue connecting with you is one of the most important skills you can master.
Making eye contact when we first see someone creates a basis for intimacy, trust and a way for someone to express how they feel by squinting or opening the eyelids or with brow movement.
While steeped in the dopamine ether of new love, it can be easy to get swept up by the intensity of chemistry and connection. New love is wildly exhilarating.
Embracing your value. What does that mean? It means you embrace your worth and you do not allow anyone at any time to treat you less than what you deserve.
Everything good that one could desire was held in this spiritual promise. No one was left out. At least that is what our parents told us. So, what happened to the happily ever after?
“How are you doing?” a simple question to ask, yet complex to answer for many women when talking with friends and even in their doctor’s office.
I am not just talking about having standards with men or women, things you buy or hotels you stay at, but more like having a standard blueprint for life
An estimated 60,000 individuals are diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) each year. That equates to one person every nine minutes.
Losing is hard. Letting go of a career, a stage of life, a relationship, or the heart-gutting anguish of losing a loved one. It all stems from the universal human truth that we will lose.
The Bringing Happy Back Experience is bringing a long-time vision to fruition for founder Tonya Farrens, marrying her dedication to being a vessel of positive support with her aspiration to produce a concert for her late father, Wayne Farrens. Sr.