Unless you live under a rock you know that this Saturday, Valentines Day, is the launch of the 50 Shades of Grey Movie.
Please let me know if you see it and what your reaction is and I will collate the results.
Meanwhile, please look at this video where I talk about the shady side of the books –
I mean who says “Holy Cow”?
Stay tuned for my next video on the good features of the story!
Whatever you do – be loving to everyone on Valentines – it’s not just for romance!
How often have you said, “Now that I’m [insert an age] I’m too old to [insert an activity: go back to school, learn a language, fall in love, learn to dance, drive at night, get fit]…?”
We’ve all been there. Whether you’re 25 or 90 years old, the clock always seems to be ticking. You can’t do the things you’d love to do, or if you can, you’re worried about the day you won’t be able to do them any more…
But this doesn’t have to be so!
I have a truly eye-opening video to share with you today that’s going blow away your beliefs about what causes our aging. It will reveal secrets to you that will have you turning back the clock with just your thoughts!
New science is proving just how powerful our mind is in preventing (or causing) illness, developing our brains and learning new skills, and with slowing down (or speeding up!) our aging!
The video, with New York Times best-selling author Dr. Christiane Northrup, is a must watch:
Some of what Dr. Northrup talks about in this video includes:
Why you should never share your age (she has a very good reason for this and it’s not what you think).
The difference between your chronological vs biological age (the good news is you can turn back your biological age!)
How to be an “outlier” that lives a longer and healthier life.
The three commonalities that all centenarians have in common that let them live past 100 with life and vibrancy.
The “nun study” about dementia that is showing that the symptoms for dementia (and many other illnesses) aren’t as accurate as we think (and how big a role our belief systems actually play in this)
Why you need to guard your mind vigilantly when receiving a “diagnosis” because of the effect it alone has on your health.
Any much more!
If you want to slow down the hands of time, click the button to watch this video:
This video is being released as part of the lead up to this year’s 7th Annual Tapping World Summit, an amazing event that over 1 million people have attended online over the last 6 years.
Here is a provocative article: X is for X-Rated, which offers some surprisingly fresh insights about the impact of pornography use on relationships with self and partners.
The writer, Zach Brittle, a couples therapist,deconstructs the myths perpetuated by pornography use: the myth of perfection, the myth of ease, the myth of privacy and the myth of escape .
To further support and illustrate the points he presents, he adds some astute quotes by his mentor, marriage therapist Dr. John Gottman, such as this one:
“even non-compulsive use of [pornographic] images can damage a committed relationship.” He expands, saying, “most porn encourages steps that can lead to betrayal,” including the loss of emotional connection, secret keeping, negative comparisons, and dismissing the partner as unattractive and, worse, unworthy.”
After giving readers considerable motivations to examine their own personal relationship with pornography, the author then closes his article by self-disclosing his own history with pornography.