Choosing High Self-Esteem

Carrying The Mental Equivalent for Happiness by Frosty Wooldridge Do you enjoy high self-esteem or suffer from low self-esteem? Millions of Americans live their lives with low self-esteem. Teenagers learn it from one or both parents. Some choose it by comparing...

“I’m Not a Psychopath. I’m a Fully Functioning Sociopath. Do Your Research.” – Arthur Conan Doyle

Here’s something you might not know. According to the American Psychological Association, one in every hundred people is a psychopath. Now that you know it, you might wish you didn’t. You might have just done the math and realized there may be 440 psychopaths at large...

Thinking Big

America is a big country, and we do things big. We crunch into 12.5 million tacos a day. We burn out 150 million AA batteries per month. We tear off 2.6 billion (billion) miles of toilet paper every year. Getting a mental grip on that kind of bigness is hard, which is...

Holiday Gift: Your Fate Follows Your Vibrations

This holiday season, humanity’s vibrations accelerate toward love, fellowship, brotherhood, sisterhood, family and friends. Each of us gravitates toward kindness, reverence and gratitude. While we may scurry around town purchasing gifts, watching our kids perform at...

How to Handle Discouragement

At some moments in our lives, we may feel depressed or “low” from something that happened to us. We might suffer a defeat on the sporting field. We may lose a friend or spouse. At some juncture, we may grieve our circumstance in a hopeless job or situation. When the...