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Do You Worry About What Others Think of You?

Ending the practice of worrying about what others think of you is much easier said than done. I could tell you to stop worrying because it doesn’t serve you, but the next time you want to speak up at a meeting or present an idea or simply be heard, you will revert back to your old way of thinking (to worry about what others think) because this action is deeply entrenched in the neural pathways in your brain. 340 more words

Relationships

August 27,2015

Christ has set us free to live a free life. So take your stand! Never again let anyone put a harness of slavery on you. Galatians 5:1… 328 more words

Recovery

Look Who's Back at School!

After a two year break from going to college my daughter, Anna, along with her service dog, Pepper, is back on campus! She is so excited to just be a normal 23 year old. 95 more words

Healing

Goings On

go with the flow and go safely, dear one.

Right Brain

"Did fatphobia enable Jared Fogle's predatory behavior?"

The Frisky asks this question in a recent article, and I think they’ve spoken out about something that’s not being said, and needs to be said.   196 more words

Acceptance

Let It Shine

accept the reality of now as being perfect. because it is. shine the powerful light of gratitude on it.

Right Brain

Feldenkrais: Less is More (More or Less)

At my recent training segment, we did an Awareness Through Movement lesson that felt familiar. I asked Paul Rubin, the Educational Director, the source of the lesson. 906 more words

Feldenkrais