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Category Archives: Self Improvement

The Truth about Forgiveness…(and How to Do it)

We’ve all been there – wounded and reeling after being mistreated by someone in our lives. No one is immune to being wronged; it happens in every relationship, sometimes intentional, often not. When people walk into my office, they often bring up painful memories of injustices and times when they’ve felt wronged by the people they love the most. Inevitably, […]

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The Art of A Good and Effective Apology

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Apologizing: I think it’s safe to say that we all agree it’s a good thing. We know we need to do it when we’re wrong – we value “saying sorry” as the “right” thing to do. Actually putting it into practice? That is a whole other story. Why is that? For starters, I think the main reason is that the […]

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Man in the Mirror: How To Bring Positive Change to Your Workplace

The average full-time worker in America now spend over 40 hours per week on their jobs. We spend more time with our co-workers than we do with our families, or so it seems at times.  If you’re fortunate, your work peers feel like one big happy family…or perhaps they feel like one big dysfunctional family. 😉 It is important that […]

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Three Simple Tips to Easily Combat Your Stress

We live in a world of high stress. High demands. Crisis. This chronic (ongoing) stress is extremely unhealthy and physically taxing on our bodies, causing problems with sexual desire, reproduction, and other intestinal, respiratory, cardiovascular issues. Learning how to comfort and self-soothe is one of the most beneficial things a person can do, as it helps us relax, rather than stay on […]

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6 Ways to Use Emotions and Improve Your Life

Love them or hate them, we all experience them. Constantly. Even when we don’t realize they’re there: Emotions are powerful forces in our lives, and all of us, from time to time, have a hard time navigating our relationship with them.  Some of us have gotten really good at ignoring them, or using all sorts of activities and/or substances to […]

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How To Use The Power of Positive Self Talk

It seems like we all have a constant flow of chatter happening in our brains. Some positive, some downright negative. Research is clear, the power of how we speak to ourselves is monumental. Our thoughts turn into reality. It is the Law of Attraction; “like attracts like” at work! Studies have found that your self talk impacts the way we perform […]

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How Being Assertive Is Good For You

Just the other day my husband and I were out running errands when he saw a side of me that he isn’t used to seeing. For the most part in our relationship I am more passive and let him handle all of the “tough” situations. Well, on this day we were picking up something that I needed, that was very […]

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Why Self Care is the New Black

Living on caffeine, little sleep, and chocolate has been in vogue in the United States. Work work work, and no play. In fact, researchers have found that people work more and relax less in the United States, and take less time off. All this work and little time off for personal time has resulted in more stress, higher rates of burnout, and increased […]

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Radical Acceptance: 5 Ways to Free Yourself from Anxiety

Recently I was stuck on a tarmac in a plane. I remember feeling anxious to get home to my family and frustrated that we were wasting time because the airport didn’t plan their take off schedule effectively. If I really considered where my anxiety was coming from, it was because I was in a situation I didn’t want to be in and I had […]

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How to Cope with Valentine’s Day When You’re Single

Valentine’s Day can be a joyous and romantic day filled with flowers, chocolates, jewelry, conversational hearts and teddy bears from your loved one. But it can also be difficult for singles, as it can serve as a reminder of love lost, relationships gone sour, or loved ones who have passed away. Some singles feel it’s a reflection of them not […]

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