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Life Takes Courage And Some Great Advice

The question posed to Queen Latifah: How do you have the courage to continue being who you are? Her answer: If you want to do things in life, you have to believe in yourself and sometimes you have to stand alone. You have to have the courage to be the only one because if you […]

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My Therapist Says I Need An Imaginary Friend

According to Wikipedia: Self-compassion is extending compassion to one’s self in instances of perceived inadequacy, failure, or general suffering. It’s a warm and sunny afternoon this Wednesday. The birds are chirping, the house is quiet and I have been enjoying some delicious and much needed coffee. I started my morning off with getting the kids up and ready for […]

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Kindness Matters and Doesn’t Cost a Thing (Reblog)

Originally posted on Stephanie Lema:
The world feels like a crazy place these days. Sometimes it seems like we’ve completely lost our way. People are arguing in the grocery stores over masks. You can’t talk about politics without it turning into a heated debate. We still have COVID-19 cases surging across the country. Senseless acts…

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What are the 17 Symptoms of PTSD? — PTSD – A Way Out.com(Reblogged)

I really appreciate this post and though I’m not sure how many of my friends here can relate on a personal level, I’m sure there are many who know someone suffering on some level. Be sure to check out Marty’s blog! I can relate very strongly to 7,8,9,10,15,16 and 17. The second symptom listed is […]

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The Bridge

Each month, WordPress will be bringing us a word that will serve as a prompt. It can be a writing prompt, or whatever you like. You can draw, write a poem, show off some photography, or do an interpretive dance if that’s what makes you smile 🙂 The word prompt for March is BRIDGE. I’m […]