Think about it. People are dying to give you advice, but does it really guide you? How much of what “everybody” says to you is total hogwash?
If you really want to make a change and make it stick, it’s critical that you look at and deal with your resistance.
Don’t Give up : Finding Gratitude through the Loss of My Friend & Business Partner
Patti Digh’s husband John has cancer and needs not only treatment, but surgery, as well – and he’s uninsured. Donations can be sent here: John F. Ptak Relief Fund
New fave store alert! Papaya! I kind of want one of everything, please!
If your number one goal is to make sure that everyone likes and approves of you, then you risk sacrificing your uniqueness, and, therefore, your excellence.
I am enough, we say. We face our imperfection head on. We embrace our flaws. We hold hands and tell the truth when the waves of inadequacy threaten to bowl us under. But what happens when we find ourselves over that shared line of what’s okay?
And for the first time in my life I started to consider that I might look just fine.
Self-care for the Soul covers three of my favorite self-care practices: getting grounded in the basics; affirmations, intentions and gratitudes, and unplugging.
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