Is There Such Thing As A Remedy For A Broken Heart

Is There Such Thing As A Remedy For A Broken Heart

Being left alone with a broken heart is the saddest feeling anyone can experience. No one enjoys the pain that seems to accompany a break up. The more you cared for and loved the other person, the more a break up tends to hurt. Unfortunately, there is no simple solution or remedy for a broken heart. Does this mean you are destined to feel agony and hurt for the rest of your life? No, of course not. You will not be doomed to feel isolated, depressed, and not want to go anywhere or do anything. There are some steps that can help you get over your broken heart.  

The following are some of the steps which you should take to easily deal with all the pains and hurts that you are feeling deep within your heart. While they’re certainly not an instant remedy for a broke heart, if you keep them in mind and with the passage of some time, you should be able to feel better.

1. Control Your Emotions

It is just pretty normal that your emotions after the break up are so intense that you lose control of yourself. There are actually times when you curse the person whom you loved, especially if they were responsible for the break up. Thus, you have to learn how to control your emotions so that you can be sure that you can easily recover from the break up.  

It is to be expected that your emotions go on a roller coast ride for a while. There is nothing wrong with feeling sad, angry, depressed, etc…The problem comes when you let those emotions take control of your life. If you need to feel sad or cry, then do it; however, force yourself to stop after a few minutes. If you can take control of your emotions, you will be able to get over the break up, easier and faster.

2. Learn To Accept

Try to take an “Everything happens for a reason” attitude. You just have to accept the ending of your relationship with your significant other. Besides, God, fate, destiny, whichever you believe in; probably has a better plan for your love life that you don’t even know about. It may be hard to believe this now, but if this wasn’t your first relationship, then you know that you can find happiness again, because you’ve already done it at least once. If you don’t learn to accept that it is over, you will only keep re-opening the emotional wounds.   

3. Let Go and Move On

Letting go and moving on goes hand in hand. Hence, once you are certain that you have let go of the romantic bond with your significant other, you can move on and start your new better life. After all, breaking up with your significant other is not the end of your world.

Indeed, you can still get rid of the feeling of sadness after the break up even if there is no remedy for a broken heart. You simply have to put into action the aforementioned steps so that you can recover and start a new life. It may take some time, but don’t let it ruin your life.  Take the good from the relationship, learn from the bad, and move on.

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Is There Really ‘Best’ Financial Advice?

Is There Really ‘Best’ Financial Advice?

In actuality, there really is no such animal as ‘the best’ financial advice.  The only ‘best’ financial advice is if it fits your profile.
Your situation is different from everyone else’s. Your goals, income, debt, etc. Is yours alone. So, like buying a suit or dress, it needs to fit you.

Anyone offering financial advice should have the credentials to do so & must take into consideration all aspects of your portfolio including life insurance, wills, IRA’s, etc.  And tax consequences.

Individuals usually begin to search when they are into a situation or age bracket.  So, before seeking professional advice, come up with a plan.  Like a blueprint contractors use to build a house. Have your blueprint of what you want your future to look like.

You want to keep in mind, although you are going to seek professional  financial advice, you should have some sort of idea of your needs and goals.

Most successful people have followed other successful people as to what they’ve done to be successful. Same here. Seek out inidividuals whom you feel are successful in your type of work or  business and ask them questions. Many times a simple piece of advice can go a long way. When panning for gold, little gold nuggets add up for prospectors for them to be wealthy. These little nuggets can help you achieve your golden goals.

We’ve heard the expression, save for a rainy day. Every financial specialist should tell you to pay yourself first. Just as you would pay monthly bill, you need to put your name on that list.  Savings is one way to pay yourself. Savings in a IRA, 401K (free money).

Now that you have some sort of blueprint and idea of how to go about your goals, it’s time to search out a professional financial advisor.

This advisor should have the qualifications and credentials to help you. Ask what they are. What’s hanging on their walls? You want to be able to interview a few specialists. Not only do they have to have your goals in mind, you have to get along with them as personalities are concerned.  Many advisors work in the bank you might have accounts with, thus only selling what the bank has to offer.  Don’t kid yourself, just because they are in a bank does not mean they don’t get a salary and commissions. Any professional you seek you must ask if they are able to provide you with different products from different companies. Ask who those companies are. Check them out yourself after meeting before you make a decesion. Your money, your future.

Is There Really ‘Best’ Financial Advice?

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Ric Dalberri is a graduate of Columbia State University & has been involved in his own business (sold) employing over 100 people. As well as being a top producer as a Financial Specialist for over a decade with one of the largest financial institutions in the U.S., Ric has many years experience in sales and  management. Ric was also a mentor in the financial arena as well as a volunteer teacher for Junior Achievement.

 

 

 

 

 

There is Something Radically Wrong When Leaders Ask Questions But Do Not Want an Answer!

There is Something Radically Wrong When Leaders Ask Questions But Do Not Want an Answer!

It is highly interesting to note that there are occasions when people ask questions and they really do not want an answer. Is it not very strange? This can be a massive problem in various areas of life.

In Luke Chapter 20 in the New Testament, we read of religious leaders coming to Jesus Christ, the Son of God, with a question regarding His authority, and Jesus challenged them with a question about His cousin John.

If we had called him ‘John the plunger’ instead of the religious sounding title of John the Baptist we could have saved ourselves from wrong thinking and erroneous theology.

Jesus would not answer their question and they wondered what to do.

In verses 5 and 6, they got together in a huddle, and look what emerges from that hurried unexpected discussion. How will it affect us?

They did not know where the authority of Jesus Christ came from. They did not know. How tragic when leaders do not know what God is doing, when in one sense it is so obvious. He is fulfilling their Scriptures.

They emerge with a quick answer. They do not spend very long trying to discover the truth to what is a very important question.

Jesus sometimes comes and asks us questions, especially if we have challenged Him. He comes and probes and prods and questions and challenges us, and sometimes He does not leave us alone, not when He has a purpose for our lives.

Jesus puts them on the spot, and they hide behind their religious cloaks.

They hummed and hawed. They knew perfectly well, but, it suited them to question it all and to doubt and to do so deliberately. They are deliberately refusing to submit to the authority of Jesus Christ the Lord.

They reached that point where Jesus Christ had no more to say to them.

If a man ignores the voice of Jesus, after a while it becomes fainter. God does not give more light to those who refuse the light they already have, and have already been given.

Those who refuse to accept, harden their hearts, so that they are unable to accept. That is the position these religious leaders are in. Leadership is so crucially important, no matter what we do and where we serve and work. People are deeply influenced and affected by the leadership we exercise.

Sometimes you do not need to answer the questions which people put to you, not because you do not know the answer, but because you know they could not accept it.

We saw how Blind Bartimaeus had been able to see more than all the other people put together. And, there are situations where it can be hard to remain quiet and silent, almost ignoring certain requests, and that can even arise in the Temple, in the place that was intended to be a place of prayer.

Have you not found that people have asked you questions and they were not really interested in the answers!

Jesus had no more to say to them, but He continued to speak to those who wanted to listen and hear.

That must be a horrendous position to be in and a terrible moment in a man’s life, when, because of rebellion and hardness of heart, and being closed to Almighty God, Jesus Christ has nothing more to say to you. Be careful that you never reach that very dangerous point.

Sandy Shaw

Sandy Shaw is Pastor of Nairn Christian Fellowship, Chaplain at Inverness Prison, and Nairn Academy, and serves on The Children’s Panel in Scotland, and has travelled extensively over these past years teaching, speaking, in America, Canada, South Africa, Australia, making 12 visits to Israel conducting Tours and Pilgrimages, and most recently in Uganda and Kenya, ministering at Pastors and Leaders Seminars, in the poor areas surrounding Kampala, Nairobi, Mombasa and Kisumu.

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Tribute to Flickrites

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So i decided to tag alot on this to make up for all the tagging i don’t do. (i hate it) i wish i could post this into like 20 groups like some poeple do on flickr. this is a tribute to all of them out there. post your pictures put some tags (3 to 6 at most) add it to about 2 to 3 groups and then shoot some more than waste you time on here…. off the soap box now….

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