Cheating Facts

13 Facts about Cheating That Couples — and Singles — Should Know And how to repair a relationship after someone’s cheated. • by Business Insider jin chu ferrer/ Getty Images By Shana Lebowitz • Infidelity means different things to different people • Psychologists and relationship experts have spent years studying the science of infidelity • … Continue reading Cheating Facts

Greater Thing Are Yet to Come

"We have to make life happen for us, special people might take our breath away but will never be able to breathe and live for us" —Denise Monday, a new work week with new opportunities to commence doing what we love 💕 ☀️ Whatever situation may be sitting in front of you will not be … Continue reading Greater Thing Are Yet to Come

Our Situations Should Never Determine Our Success

I go to bed every night with plans of what I want to do tomorrow, my plans don’t always workout, I even wake up and after thanking God for another day and talking to Him on a “one on one” level I look forward to a great day. However, our days will not always work … Continue reading Our Situations Should Never Determine Our Success

The Process Will Not Keep The Blessing

In order for the water to come out of the faucet the water must first undergo the process of going through the pipes. There is a process for everything in life, your blessing might just be going through the pipes before it starts flowing through the faucets of your life. Understanding that we have to … Continue reading The Process Will Not Keep The Blessing

Take risks that don’t put your future at risk

Don’t be scared of taking risks and doing what you want. Thinking about it will not get you anywhere, in this life you reap what you have sown. Are you sowing? A have a few more questions: 1. Are you fighting for what you want or what you want is fighting you? You know what … Continue reading Take risks that don’t put your future at risk

Fibromyalgia in your brain

The wealth of experimental evidence showing that FM patients are hypersensitive to painful stimuli, as well as unpleasant stimuli from other sensory modalities, in conjunction with functional brain imaging data showing increased stimulus-evoked activation throughout nociceptive pathways, shows that the defining symptom of FM—increased pain—is in fact real and not just a response bias of … Continue reading Fibromyalgia in your brain