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Trying to Erase What You Did

On your part, and mine too!

Trying to erase what you did, because you couldn’t, live with the fact, that you’d, caused so much damages, to someone you were supposed to love, and so, your mind created this “safe place”, where the tricks of your mind took place. 180 more words


The Magical Guide to Bliss insight: Compassion, not judgment

“I got a fortune cookie that said, ‘To remember is to understand.’ I have never forgotten it. A good judge remembers what it was like to be a lawyer. 259 more words


Now I am Aware of - Fritz Perls in workshop

Today’s Gestalt Therapy, A humanistic approach to psychotherapy, evolved and matured out of the experimental workshops of cofounder’s Fritz Perls and Laura Perls. In session, the gestalt client’s aim is to “Get out of their heads”, or the computer thought process as Perls has stated many times. 86 more words


Turkish Airlines Crash

Few hours ago, a Turkish Airlines flight THY726 (Airbus A330) has crashed after passing the runway in an airport in Nepal during a foggy weather. Evacuation was successful and no injuries were reported. 38 more words


Would You Like a Safe Place to Share Your Story?

Well, we have one.

Please come over to Stories That Must Not Die to submit your story with us. We are currently (always) accepting submissions. We would love to hear from you. 13 more words


March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Be aware of your family medical history.

Did you know colon cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in the US, the second leading cause of cancer death in men and women combined, can very often have no symptoms, but if detected early has a 90% cure rate? 342 more words

Sharing Is Caring: Helpful Tips

Where the Ego is concerned, we're all actors playing different Roles in life.

Have you ever witnessed somebody your close to, meet new people and they act completely different? That’s not them, that’s their ego.

Have you ever been asked by a shop assistant how are you and replied im fine thanks, even though you’re feeling sad. 735 more words