Author Archives: Gail Cawley Showalter
Understanding Yourself Brings Personal FreedomA Highly Important Resource I Use as a Life Coach Ages ago at a family reunion my cousin, Katherine, tried to get me interested in the study of personalities. I thought if was fun but didn’t take it seriously. Fast forward twenty years and I was trained in the study of […]
I’m sharing my letter that will give insight to all dads with little girls.
Being Alone Need Not Be Lonely Most women feel alone from time to time. Single moms often feel lonely. It’s not the dream life. Difficulties and disappointments may be daily events. There are, however, some gems that can be polished when we are alone. I love the quote from Henrietta Mears, “God never put anyone […]
So often we refer to our lives as a journey. I call it “My Path.” It’s no simple trip. Certainly there are days when I wonder if a path exists or if I’m even on the right track. The traffic, barriers and detours do seem to delay my progress. Each of us is traveling—choosing each step, turn, and sometimes deciding to detour.
Just because your kids are home for the summer doesn’t mean they will all enjoy the same activities. Let’s look at the personality differences and how that determines what they each enjoy.
An Online Course to Make Your Life Better My online course is simple and easy. It is a way for you to evaluate your own boundaries and see where you may need to go to create a better future.
Power in Acceptance Some of us humans have very little trouble accepting others and their actions, even idiosyncrasies. Some of us, however, have great difficulty accepting, even tolerating others. Wonder why? Of course, I think it is our personal natures-our personalities- that must be factored in when looking at why we can’t accept others just […]
You will discover a new way of relating to others that will prove to bring peace and harmony into your friendships as well as your family gatherings.
If you didn’t know it you might think that I think everyone needs a college degree. And you would be wrong. I do not think that. My husband and I together have six grown children and there is almost no higher education among them. They are doing very well.
Thoughts on Thinking Here are some thoughts I’ve adapted for women. 1. Keep life simple 2. Practice being satisfied. 3. Beware of indecision. 4. Practice cheerfulness. 5. Learn to like people. 6. Live and let live. 7. Use adversity. 8. Don’t take yourself too seriously. 9. Have a sense of humor. 10. Practice objectivity. 11. […]