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Why We Shouldn’t Rush or Feel Guilty About Emotional Pain

Deppresive Man

He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how.” ~Friedrich Nietzsche

In July 2012, a conversation changed my life.

Prior to this, I had been struggling to right myself after a difficult loss. Several …

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Finding Emotional Independence

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Emotional independence starts from within. You can learn to embrace and enhance your self-leadership skills and to become the source

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Self-Esteem: Would You Rather Be Right or Happy?

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Would you rather be right or happy? This is a questions many counselors ask on a rather frequent basis with

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Red Lentil Masala with Spinach

I am always amazed at what inspiration come from the food blog community. There are wise words of wisdom, quirky anecdotes, and most of all, tons of amazing food. Every time I check out my favorite blogs, I find myself making notes on things I want to try or ideas I have for recipes. When [...]

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A Beautiful Mind, Mental Workouts To Strengthen Your Brain

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Have you ever walked into a room and forgot what you went in there for? Perhaps you lost your train

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5 Myths About Setting Boundaries That Steal Your Joy and Lead to Resentment

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Compassionate people ask for what they need. They say no when they need to, and when they

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Summer Vegetable Frittata

There is no secret regarding my love of frittatas. That’s because this easy egg dish comes together quickly, can serve as a base for endless vegetables, grains, and cheese, and can feed anywhere from two people to a crowd. This vegetable frittata recipe is loaded with summer goodness, highlighting what I feel is the best [...]

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Longer Than Expected

How do I balance my innate human desire to estimate how long something will take, with the reality that I often have little control over this truth? Is the point to do my best in estimating, to get a general sense, and then to leave it? Is the point to do some planning, but to never decide that Read More

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5 Ways to Find Peace: Life Lessons from an 8th Grade Teacher

Chalkboard meditation drawing

“Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Good Morning, and welcome to 8th grade History with Mr. Bacchus. The first thing I need everyone to do is to take out your

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Post-Traumatic Growth: How Pain Can Lead to Gain

Butterfly hands

“When life is sweet, say thank you and celebrate. When life is bitter, say thank you and grow.” ~Shauna Niequist

It’s been over five years since the unexpected death of my oldest son. The first couple years were fraught with …

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