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Why use My Heart Will.com?
1>This website provides a secure platform to store your most cherished memories photos, recordings, letters, copies of memorabilia.You can also store your individual thoughts and messages.
2>It also enables you to leave dedicated messages for loved ones which can be instantly available to loved ones when they access your Heartwill, or scheduled to be delivered to them in the future
How to use My Heart Will?
1>Sign up for the account and create various forms like writing a letter or story, or creating a photo album or video series. You could even upload a copy of a birth certificate, or scan in images from scrapbooks
2>You can write a message to be sent to a loved one at a future point in time, when you are no longer here
3>Lets you appoint a reliable person,such as a partner, sibling or close friend – as your ‘Guardian’.who will be responsible for putting your valuable legacy into the right hands when it’s needed.
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Friday, January 1, 2010
May All your dreams come TRUE this year! Let God shower his best and choiciest Blessings on you ALL!! ;)
P.S: I am Post Dating this post to appear on the dawn of "New Year" as I will be in a "New Year's Eve" Party tonight
Tuesday, December 22, 2009
Courtesy: Email Circulation!
Today, I am giving you a DAILY SURVIVAL KIT to help you each day............
Toothpick ... to remind you to pick the good qualities in everyone,including yourself.
Rubber band ... to remind you to be flexible. Things might not always go the way you want, but it can be worked out.
Band-Aid ... to remind you to heal hurt feelings, either yours or someone else's.
Eraser ... to remind you everyone makes mistakes. That's okay, we learn by our errors.
Candy Kiss ... to remind you everyone needs a hug or a compliment everyday.
Mint ... to remind you that you are worth a mint to your family & Me.
Bubble Gum ... to remind you to stick with it and you can accomplish anything.
Pencil ... to remind you to list your blessings every day.
Tea Bag ... to remind you to take time to relax daily and go over that list of God's blessings.
Thursday, October 1, 2009
- Reinforce periodically to child that both love him
- Don’t try to pretend that everything is okay when he walks in
- Don’t try to compensate by giving him material gifts
- Explain reasons for fights, even when he does not show interest
- Never criticize other parent in absence, and don’t allow him to play politics between parents. Don’t use him as a spy. Don’t criticize other parent to relatives or friends in his presence.
- Don’t involve him or expect him to take sides
- Show small affection/appreciation to each other whenever possible
- Give him extra doses of demonstrative love
- Reinforce that family is important and permanent
- Keep communication open at least as far as child’s welfare is concerned
- Be aware of the long term impact on the child and that he may start showing bad behavior.
In the book: “What Your Mother Couldn’t Tell you & your Father Didn’t Know” John Gray says …..
“A man’s orientation to intimate relationships is much more goal oriented than a woman’s. His action in the beginning of the relationship are the steps he takes to achieve his goal. Instinctively, he touches her affectionately, buys her flowers, calls her from work, plans dates, looks at her when she talks, notices how beautiful she is, listens to her stories, and behaves in other ways to say that he cares.
Practically speaking, he is on the hunt. His goal is crating an intimate relationship with the woman he has chosen as his mate. He is fully focused. Once he has achieved that goal, his hunter’s instincts shut down.
Instead of regressing, he progresses. Instead of buying flowers, he shares his complete income. Instead of calling from work, he comes home each day. Instead of planning dates, he plans to live his life with her. Instead of giving affection, he gives sex. Instead of just looking and listening to her when she talks, he feels a greater responsibility for her and tries to solve her problems
Once a man attains his goal, he is no longer focuses on repeating the things he did to get there. Instead, he focuses instinctively on doing what it takes to stay there. Like his ancestors, he concentrates on being a good provider.”
When you look at men objectively and impartially, you will realize that they have as much emotion (sometimes more so) than women. Men can be fiercely jealous, they can give up their lives for their love, they can die for their country or for a cause. Then why is it presumed that they do not have emotions? Because their expression of emotions is often not what women (or even society in general) expects. If the issue is not in “having” emotions, but in “expressing” them, then the solution is simple – just teach them how to express.
Most men have been taught to suppress emotions. It is a tough task to undo the learning of their crucial growing-up years, but it is not impossible. Men can be fun, thrilling, exciting, adventurous, romantic. They can be the strong shoulders over which a wife, daughter or mother can rest abandoning all worries. If you are ready to stop pointing fingers and work proactively towards building a better world through a better family, here are some tips:
- Allow a man (and boy) space in his “cave”, and just let him know you are there for him
- Teach him to verbalize emotions by making statements like “I understand you must be angry,” without asking questions or expecting them to respond.
- Tolerate momentary outbursts, give time, and again verbalize, “Yes, it seems to be quite a frustrating situation.”
- Ask him to demonstrate his feelings through action. Give him responsibility and express happiness and gratitude when he does something good.
- Never compare him with yourself, others, and do not give unsolicited advice. Ask him whether he needs any help, and in what form. Let him ask for it.
- Pamper his ego at times, and then gently (preferably humorously) remind him how he behaved when he lost control of his emotions.