By Dr. Nero Cavaliere Relationships usually begin with attraction. One individual is drawn to another. It could be physical, or maybe they like the same things or share the same interests. Sometimes it’s the personality that draws one to the other. If the attraction is strong enough, a friendship evolves. The strength of this relationship […]Continue reading "Attraction, Romance, Commitment"
By Dr. Nero Cavaliere Our society is notorious for using the word “love” to describe the affection we feel for just about anything. We use it to express our feelings towards a parent, child, brother, sister, friend, animals, even a school, state, or nation. We say we love our house or our car. We’ve taken […]Continue reading "Love"
Here’s another prayer that we’ve found to get us through the hardest of times. It’s called The Serenity Prayer by Reinhold Niebuhr. God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference. Living one day at a time; Enjoying one moment […]Continue reading "A Feel Good Moment"
Christmas doesn’t always have to be about tradition. A little innovation never hurt anyone, right? So here are some trees that might just redefine your idea of Christmas: The Feather Tree: For pink lovers everywhere, this Brooke Boutique tree might be better at Easter, but we’ll let it slide. The Printed Paper Pine: This 13 inch Anthropologie tree is stacked […]Continue reading "Where Are All the Leaves?"
There’s something about fur and four legs that we can’t get enough of. Maybe it’s the floppy ears on some, the wrinkled faces on others or their small size, but whatever it is, pets make us smile. In a recent therapy dog visit at Caldwell College in New Jersey, they’ve even proved to do much more. The […]Continue reading "Feeling Down? Pets Can Cheer You Up!"
Winter is a time for hot chocolate, soup and extra thick blankets. These are our creature comforts, it’s what us Internet junkies have come to expect each season. When it snows we take out our big shovels throw on a hat, gloves and coat. It would seem silly for us to go outside without a […]Continue reading "Donate a Coat This Winter"
Practically every neighborhood has at least one Christmas house. You know, the house three blocks away with such nice decorations that parents flock there with their children every year. These houses are the light shows of Christmas, with moving figurines and sometimes even Santa Claus. In Cosa Mesa, California, that house was mixed with a […]Continue reading "The Snoopy House"
Nothing can be more confusing to an interfaith couple than the holidays. Do you put a menorah on the table or a Christmas tree in the corner of the room? In a recent Huffington Post article, journalist Susan Katz Miller suggests celebrating both- especially in the presence of kids. The melding of both holidays is […]Continue reading "Melding the Interfaith Holiday"
We go through this every holiday- the person we don’t really know, but have to buy a gift for. It could be the Secret Santa at work, your neighbors who just moved in next door, or your significant other’s parents. Whomever it is, you barely know the first thing about them and you have to […]Continue reading "Gift Ideas For People You Barely Know"
Mitch Albom has become a staple for just about any reader. His books are sold internationally and seem to have magnetism to the New York Times Best Seller list. His first novel, Tuesdays With Morrie even managed to stay on the list for four years. An inspirational and talented writer, Albom digs in to anything that will […]Continue reading "Mitch Albom & Have a Little Faith"