Take some time to do something that helps you relax. Sharing your thoughts and feelings is a great way to form a support system that will help you get through your trial. Everyone is going through trials. Sometimes the best people seem to go through the hardest trials. Think of Peter and the other Apostles. Think of Joseph Smith and the pioneers. And most of all, think of Jesus Christ. Let yourself feel sad or hurt, maybe even angry and confused.
Her story was filled with bits of advice about aging and relationships, and one line stood out: "Don't confuse intelligence with maturity.
This piece of advice comes from Rachel on the keys to a successful marriage. Over time, feelings may change for the ones we love, but so long as friendship remains a constant in our lives, it can work. This story from Ketanie tackles the aftermath of a serious car crash that left her in a coma. After she woke, she was told she might lose her leg and not walk again.
She made it her goal just to move a little bit each day, and after months, she's back up and walking, able to take care of her girls once again. Sometimes we focus too much on what other people are doing, what credit other people are getting, and letting jealousy of these individuals bring us down.
When those moments happen, it's good to put on the blinders and focus on what's going on in our own lives. Sienna shared this bit of advice, which has been attributed to probably close to a dozen sources must be that good if everyone wants credit for it, right? But it's true: You can't change what someone thinks about you.
You can only change how you act and what you do. It's up to them to change their perception. Ever have someone just come up to you and start offering up advice about something you really didn't need anyone else's opinion on?
It's kind of annoying. Instead of offering unsolicited advice, offer to help, instead. Terri wrote that after she had her first child, a friend offered her this bit of advice: Too often, we try to do so much or we look at the things that need to be done and find they just seem so overwhelming. Life doesn't have to be so overwhelming.
Just take things one step at a time. If you're anything like me, you're probably your own worst critic when it comes to, well, everything. I like to think of myself as a good friend to others, but I'm certainly not one to myself. Maybe if I put the same level of compassion into how I treat myself as I treat others, I wouldn't always feel so anxious. Patty wrote about a piece of advice her father gave her before she got married. Now, to be clear, this isn't a free pass to forget your spouse's birthday and no one should feel obligated to put up with someone being truly neglectful.
The point here is that in the big scheme of things, any one single day is only a fleeting moment. If you're spending your life with someone you love, then every day is a gift. Whenever possible, avoid inconveniencing others especially friends, family, and loved ones.
If something you're doing must inconvenience anyone, it might as well be you and not them, right? In this submission, Wendy tells us about some advice her dad gave her. If someone offers up help, don't hesitate to take them up on it. Life is full of risk-taking opportunities. And while the word "risk" implies that something could go wrong or things could get worse, it also comes with the possibility that things could get much, much better. Now, of course, a great many risks aren't worth taking. Which ones you pursue is entirely up to you.
Alyssa wrote about a relationship she was in once that had taken a toll on her personal and professional life. It was toxic, and others around her knew it. While this advice isn't for everyone there are obviously some very real reasons why some people in toxic relationships don't or can't leave , for Alyssa, asking this question led down the path to happiness. This advice, shared by Kate , is an important truth about life and regret — regret both of what we do and what we don't do.
In her work as a nursing assistant, Kate took care of elderly people. One woman gave her the simple advice to live life without regrets which, hey, is pretty common advice, right? Eugene shared a story about his growing up with a brother who had a tendency to take stuff out of his room without permission.
Sign in. I like to think of myself as a good friend to others, but I'm certainly not one to myself. I was so nervous, but I had prepared and did everything I could to get ready for that day. Spending the time to make sure all their customers are able to give quality gifts to those they care about. Culture 05 Nov.
After complaining about it, he came to realize that simply complaining didn't do anything. He had to accept and acknowledge the world for what it was unfair before he'd be able to change things for the better. Melinda shares a classic bit of advice right up there with "kill 'em with kindness. Maybe this goes without saying, but being kind is one of the best things any person can do for themselves, for those around them, for friends, for strangers, for family, and for the world. Beluga whales are affectionately known as sea canaries for their song-like vocalizations, and their name is the Russian word for "white.
They are sociable animals that live, hunt, and migrate together in pods, ranging from a few individuals to hundreds of whales. However, they are naturally reticent to interact with humans, although some solitary belugas are known to approach boats. Once such beluga that's believed to live in Norwegian waters is so comfortable among humans that it played fetch with a rugby ball. Many of us are too young to remember the hijacking of Pan Am Flight 73 of , much less any details about it.
But thanks to a viral Facebook post from Misfit History , some attention is being shed on an incredible heroine who saved many American lives in the standoff.