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How to Keep Going When You Want To Give Up on Life

TRIGGER WARNING: This post references suicidal thoughts and may be triggering to some people.

Since my first post on Tiny Buddha entitled “Why I Didn’t Kill Myself and Why You Shouldn’t Either,” I’ve been doing amazingly well. I …

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How We Can Break the Cycle of Pain

“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” ~Gandhi

Pain is and isn’t just like energy. According to the first law of thermodynamics, energy can neither be created nor destroyed but is merely converted from one form to …

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“The Power of Having Fun” is the topic on Thursday’s Show with Dave Crenshaw

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

The Power of Having Fun If you think you cannot or should not have fun at work, this is a must for you. If you’re the boss and think fun is out of place in your business, you need to hear what Dave Crenshaw has to say. “Fun is the key to success. If you […]

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How to nail the decision-making process

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

It’s no picnic dealing with the hundreds of decisions that must be made each day just to get by. From choosing whether to get up or hit ‘snooze’, to making professional and personal commitments with ambiguous long-term ramifications, making decisions is how we navigate our days – and it’s a particularly challenging part of existence […]

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Visit a Pear Farm (+ Farro Pear Salad with Ginger-Sesame Dressing)

Post sponsored by California Pear Advisory Board. See below for more details. One of the greatest disconnects in food today is that of where our food comes from. Sure, it’s becoming more prominent to know your farmers thanks to CSAs and Farmers’ markets but what about the produce you buy at your local grocery store? [...]

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Herbed Cucumber Salad with Farro

More often than not during the summer months, I have a cucumber rolling around in the crisper drawer. I buy a couple every week to use with our simple dinner salads and occasionally for quick pickles. More often than I like to admit, I wait until the last minute to use them and that’s when [...]

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Quit Trying to Be Perfect (You Already Are)

“Perfectionism doesn’t make you feel perfect. It makes you feel inadequate.” ~Maria Shriver

Like many of us, I spent a big part of growing up feeling like I wasn’t enough. I was quite a studious kid, and this coupled with …

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How Expectations Can Drive People Away and How to Let Go of Control

“I’m not in this world to live up to your expectations and you’re not in this world to live up to mine.” ~Bruce Lee

About five years ago, I had a falling out with a close friend. I was irritated …

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PJSC Metafrax Managed by Seyfeddin Roustamov Increases Productive Capacity of the Methanol by 10%

PJSC Metafrax will invest more than 40 million euros in the second stage of reconstruction of the methanol production unit.

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License to Hurt: What We Really Need When We’re in Pain

“We’ll light the candle together when she’s ready. For now I’ll trust the darkness for us both.” ~Terri St. Cloud

Over breakfast one morning recently, Jeff and I started reminiscing about past years, and something was said that brought back …

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