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A few things to make life easier, Part Two

It’s simply not your fault A series on transitions, a few simple paragraphs about managing life well in times of drastic change Part Two: Inward Navigating the choppy waters of 2020 and its perfect storm of life changing demands has highlighted the layers of...

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The real elephant in the political room

Let’s talk about the one thing that’s at the heart of it all, the elephant in the room, America’s worsening emotional crisis. It’s the reason half of the country is in arms and the reason the other half can’t see any issue. There has been a significant gap in...

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How childhood trauma led to mindfulness

As we steamroll our way through life it’s not often we take time to check in with ourselves emotionally. We’ve grown accustomed to seeking an immediate fix from an outside source, turning inward feels counterproductive. The quicker we can find an answer and the less...

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How open minded are you?

Can you spare a moment in your jam-packed day to think about that? Your first inclination is likely to stop reading right here but the truth is, this one post could be the most important thing you’ll read in a lifetime. It’s simply about conscious awareness. Not that...

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Understanding Emotional Wellness

When I first started this journey back on Easter of 2012, I had no idea where it would lead me. Somehow it seemed as if I was being led away from a life that had not been right for me and shoved onto an entirely new path. Now almost eight years later I can see why and...

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Anxiety Hack #3, Insecurities

  Understanding our insecurities can be the key to breaking down anxiety   Ever thought about how insecurities begin? Who wants to take time to think about that right?! But if you do I bet some trace back to when you were a kid. We naturally expect our parents to...

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Anxiety hack #2, Your thoughts

  The power of digging deeper into your thoughts and setting them free! Find the starting point; No matter what you are feeling right now, that anxiety has a starting place. Look at what was going on when the anxiety began. Let’s say you remember being in a hurry...

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