Home-care & Safety, Teach Your Child ‘how to’ Call 911

Preparing your child to act calmly under unthinkable circumstances is a scary and disheartening responsibility, but it is an essential one. Ensuring that your little ones are equipped to properly handle an emergency situation at a young age gives them the ability to reach out for assistance when they need it most, even when you’re not available to point them in the right direction. Teaching small children how to reach emergency services is less of a practical challenge and more of an … [Read more...]

‘Culture and Character’ ~ WOMEN in RECOVERY

A Spiritual Path takes you on a Journey to a deeper knowing of self and a deeper connection with universal life energy  which is called Ki – (Japanese), Chi – (Chinese), Divine light – (Christian) and Prana – (Hindi). _________________________________  This universal life energy comes from a Supreme Being or other names that are used are The Absolute – God – Allah – Krishna – Brahman – The Tao – The Universal mind – The Alpha and The Omega – The One – Higher Power. In Hebrew, the name of God … [Read more...]

Is Your Life All It Was Cut Out to Be?

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” ― Albert Einstein   Hi there! I’m Celestine Chua (Celes for short; Chinese: 蔡筱芬) and I’m a Personal Excellence Coach, Blogger, Speaker, and student of life. (Add me on Facebook and Twitter @celestinechua.) I was born and raised in Singapore and currently living here as well. I’m the founder of Personal Excellence, #1 community for people … [Read more...]

PARENTS, Steps Nannies Can Take To Prevent Common Childhood Injuries

While minor injuries are a largely unavoidable part of an active childhood, one of the most important aspects of a nanny’s job is to keep her charges safe and healthy. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that more than nine million children between infancy and 19 years of age are seen in emergency rooms across the United States each year, and that the leading cause of death among this demographic is injury. While the vast majority of the injuries that you tend to will … [Read more...]

Building a Vision on a Prayer – ‘With Faith all things are possible’

In life, the first dream of each of us is to own a sense of 'why' we were born. The second that follows is usually a deep desire to own a knowing of 'what' our purpose of being here is and finally we all go through the question of 'how' will be able to accomplish any of the above. Many of us on this planet have goals that arrive in our hearts through different paths; some land through parental direction that we surrender to, others land in our minds through a vision. The latter is the one … [Read more...]

WOMEN in RECOVERY – Brutal or Rigorous?

Celebrate the Freedom of being rigorously honest a first time! As you share and disclose to your support groups and trusted community, remember the difference between "rigorous honesty" and "brutal honesty." Brutal honesty is self-centered. Its focus is saying whatever is true just to make you feel good about yourself, or to relieve your guilt. To avoid this kind of behaviour, try to think before speaking, reminding yourself that 'what You think about Me is non of my … [Read more...]

Women in Recovery ~ Addiction + or – Bi-polarism, Alexis Chapman

A Celebration of Women  has been inspired to share the life bloggings of a real woman in recovery ... please welcome Alexis.  Awakening  Ever stare in the mirror wishing your reflection had a voice of its own? I’ve spent the past few evenings gazing at my image in the mirror, wishing that my id would speak to me. Unanswered questions, doubt and fear were written all over my face and I couldn’t grasp on to a reason why. Shouldn’t there be some deeper meaning, some … [Read more...]

12 STEPS to Recovery – WOMEN, Amazing Journey!

"The Twelve-Step Program" Twelve Steps were first published in the book, Alcoholics Anonymous: The Story of How More Than One Hundred Men/Women Have Recovered From Alcoholism in 1939. The method was then adapted and became the foundation of other 12 Step Programs. As summarized by the American Psychological Association, the process involves the following: admitting that one cannot control one's addiction or compulsion; recognizing a greater power that … [Read more...]

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