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I’ve learned a tremendous amount from Oprah.
– Phil McGraw
There’s a big difference between falling in love and being in love. There’s a big difference between infatuation and falling in love.
As parents we’re not nearly as computer literate as our children are.
At the end of the day, whether or not those people are comfortable with how you’re living your life doesn’t matter. What matters is whether you’re comfortable with it.
Food is a coping mechanism; people are afraid of giving it up because then they’ll feel confused and lost.
People are used to being coddled.
I tell you, if you’re in the front row of the parade and you stop walking, pretty soon you’re back in the tuba section. And if you want to lead the parade you’ve got to keep moving.
We teach people how to treat us.
It’s so much easier to tell people what they want to hear instead of what they need to hear.
Everyone faces the challenge of finding meaning to their suffering.
If you’re trying to get out of debt, you have to be willing to treat everything as expendable.
I mean, if you degrade someone, you isolate them, you control them, you call them names, you demean them. That’s a horrible existence for people.
Eighty percent of all choices are based on fear. Most people don’t choose what they want; they choose what they think is safe.
The truth is, I think we are a self-less society, not a selfish society. Because we’re so busy now.
You need to listen to your body because your body is listening to you.
There are some sick people in this world.
Take it from a guy: If you’re in love with somebody, you will swim the stream, you will climb the mountain, you will slay the dragon. You’re going to get to her somehow, some way.
If you want more, you have to require more from yourself.
Successful weight loss takes programming, not willpower.
It’s better to be healthy alone than sick with someone else.
The Internet is just bringing all kinds of information into the home. There’s just a lot of distraction, a lot of competition for the parent’s voice to resonate in the children’s ears.
I’m embarrassed every time I look a teacher in the eye, because we ask them to do so much for so little.