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The Long Road Home- What I have Learnt About Grieving

Grieving the loss of a loved one is one of the hardest things we have to experience as humans. Whether it’s expected or unexpected, having the bond we have built with someone we love severed is unexplainable. 901 more words

Mental Health

5 Businesses Anyone Can Start With 100 Dollars or Less

Many of us have dreamed of starting our own business for years, but a lot of times we might feel as if we don’t have the capital to start.

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Awareness

Trauma Off-Center

Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words take years of therapy.

As much as successful living provides meaningful and enriching experiences, the lifestyle of a former emotional abuse victim yields intermittent bittersweet sensations that run the risk of souring everything good in the world. 621 more words

Drive Slowly In The Passing Lane

King Solomon elicited a challenge from his subordinates. He dared them to create jewelry that could both relieve sorrow and temper mirth. Most that heard the challenge saw it as insurmountable. 667 more words

Don't Set Life Goals

When I was a little kid my life goal was to have a million dollars and drive a red Ferrari.
As a teenager the million dollars became a hundred million dollars and I added a yacht and several more cars to the red Ferrari. 498 more words

Self-Care

Easiest way for Creating Success

Often we think we need to make radical changes in our lives to create success, when in reality it is the little incremental changes that make the biggest difference. 506 more words

Philosophy

Just another NON-ISSUE

Well, I’m disappointed, but no surprise there. It definitely looks like I just do not possess the ability to do ANYTHING AT ALL acceptable in the eyes of my peers (those fine gentlemen at ECCIE). 324 more words