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Accept Yourself Unconditionally (Even When You’re Struggling)

“Self-acceptance is my refusal to be in an adversarial relationship with myself.” ~Nathaniel Branden

Have you ever thought that you accepted yourself fully, only to realize there were conditions placed upon that acceptance?

There was a point in my life …

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Sleep Learning: Self-Improvement While You Sleep

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sleep learning

 It’s been said that over the course of our life we will spend a third of our time asleep. Well, what a complete and utter waste of time if you ask me! Imagine all the things you could do with that amount time – you could write that novel you’re always talking about, or you […]

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How to Mindfully Calm Your Anger and Stop Doing Things You Regret

“Neurologists claim that every time you resist acting on your anger, you’re actually rewiring your brain to be calmer and more loving.” ~Unknown

One of the most impactful ways that mindfulness has changed my life is how I’m able to …

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Improving Your Inner-Self by Spending Time in Your Garden

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spending time in your garden

When an individual is challenged both mentally and physically, he strives to become better and pushes against his self-created boundaries. By regaining diminished self-esteem, the yearning for self-improvement becomes dominant. This allows the individual to break free of the mental shackles that confine him. Self-improvement can be nurtured and achieved in a number of environments […]

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The Non-Confrontational Person’s Guide to Conflict

When this infographic landed in my e-mail, I couldn’t help but smile. I am, quite possibly, the most non-confrontational person to ever walk on two legs. I can’t speak for three or four-legged people, but I’m all but certain I hold the title among the two legged. People do, of course, have different temperaments and...

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He Left, But I Will Not Give Up On Myself

“I now see how owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we will ever do. “ ~Brené Brown

He just left our home.

After eighteen years together, fifteen of them being married, he …

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How Powerful is Your MInd?

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how powerful is your mind

How powerful is your mind? We have heard that we only use about 8% of our brain power or mind power and that geniuses like Einstein used approximately 15%. (Different people use different estimates so you may read differing numbers). We marvel at those who can do extraordinary things like multiply long strings of numbers […]

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Super Bowl Sunday: A National Holiday?

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Super Bowl

Tomorrow is Super Bowl Sunday and, as always, I am amused at all the hype. It makes me wonder if SuperBowl Sunday has become a new national holiday. All week the news has been full of talk about the commercials that will be aired. In fact, I‘ve  heard much more about the commercials than I’ve […]

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How To Develop And Use Your Intuition

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intuition

Listening to your “inner voice”—learning to develop and use your intuition—can save your life or the lives of those around you. In 2012 a family was looking for a new home to buy. They found a place which seemed perfect and the kids loved it. However, the mother inexplicably found herself with a strong inner […]

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How to Find That Something That Feels Missing

“The spiritual path is simply the journey of living our lives. Everyone is on a spiritual path; most people just don’t know it.” ~Marianne Williamson

I remember it as if it happened yesterday. I woke up in the middle …

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