I believe everything happens for a reason and that spirit puts the right people in our paths when we need them the most.
While noise can certainly be a factor, living near highways comes with health related risks too, but no one ever seems to ask how close is too close.
Disagreements are an inevitable part of life—common among lovers, friends, strangers, coworkers, Twitter followers—and not inherently bad.
Forty years ago, at the height of the feminist movement, women were being encouraged by political activists to take off their bras and burn them in a symbolic declaration of independence and power. Today, women are still being encouraged to discard their bras, but by healthcare professionals, for reasons that have less to do with power than with breast cancer prevention.
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We can transcend our traumas by recognizing that what appear as problems, are really gifts in disguise. Every pain we suffer carries within it the seed of a greater opportunity.
Divorce is a traumatic and difficult decision for all parties involved—and there’s arguably no salve besides time to take that pain away. However, when the whole concept of marriage and divorce is reexamined, there’s actually something far more powerful—and positive—at play.