Author: April Kirkwood

April Kirkwood is a licensed therapist, author, and motivational speaker Her memoir, Working My Way Back To Me, is an inspirational tale that sheds light on universal struggles involving love, sexuality, addiction, and mental health. She is an advocate for women and early childhood trauma recognizing the affects it has on adult romance. Her philosophy and treatment are a refreshing blend identifying the mind, soul, and body connection. She assists others with a awakening that promotes to awareness with a deep sense of peace about both the past and the present. She is neither a pastor or a therapist but a blend of inspiration very much sought after today. April’s Manual, Guide To NOW has just be released. In the fall of 2019, April shares the humorous ups and downs of a women’s life after 40 with all of the antics of a heart warming comedy about love and aging. She can be reached at: aprilofcourse@gmail.com.

How to Live a Meaningful Life?

Originally posted by Carmen Jacob on Upjourney.com We only live once. That’s why we have to make the most of this life, make each day meaningful. The question is how to do it? 20 experts share 26 tips on how to live a meaningful life. See them below. Jennifer Wisdom, PhD MPH Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Lead With…

By April Kirkwood February 21, 2019 0

If You Have These 7 Thoughts Behind Closed Doors, You’re More Likely to Cheat

Originally published by Lauren Dana on Bustle.com Cheating may seem unexpected, but in reality, it can be more predictable than we think. In fact, if you have certain thoughts behind closed doors, you may be more likely to cheat than other people. “Infidelity in a monogamous relationship is generally not a spontaneous or impulsive event,” psychotherapist Maysie Tift tells…

By April Kirkwood February 21, 2019 0

Grit, The Most Overlooked Ingredient of Success: “Accept the fact that life has both ups and downs” With April Kirkwood and Phil Laboon

Originally published online at Authority Magazine and Thrive Global.   Accept the fact that life has both ups and downs. Living is an adventure because there are so many unknowns, twists, and turns. It’s not always easy, fun, or easy. We have become a country with distorted views of life. The endless vacation is neither…

By April Kirkwood February 21, 2019 0