One of the 5 P’s of Life is “peace of mind” – meaning your relationship with yourself. Everyone has ideas of what they need to do to find peace. Some people need less stress; others may need to feel a sense of value.   Do you know what you need to find peace of mind?

Every Thursday, we tweet peace of mind tips on Twitter. Here are tips from last month.

Self-reflection is key for personal development – start asking yourself questions to discover what you want.

Your experience with each stage of grief from your divorce will be different from others – just don’t become stuck in any stage.

While there are five stages defined for the grieving process (denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance), it’s not a linear progression – you may skip stages or even repeat stages.

Create a plan to revive your gratitude journal by challenging yourself to identify something new every day.

There’s no right way or wrong way to recover from the death of a spouse – give yourself permission to heal and to be selfish with your time. 

References for our peace of mind tips are listed below – click on the title to go to the link.

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