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Success is: Knowing Myself

This is the least fun part of this series, in my opinion. Knowing yourself is dirty, heart wrenching, exhausting work.

There are two sides to this. 601 more words

Success Is

Self-Destructive Behavior

I recognise that I have fallen into self destructive behaviors.  They make me feel better.  I forget about the pain after a little scotch.  Unfortunately, I ran out of scotch months ago.   509 more words

Satisfaction NOT Guaranteed

Self-destruction manifests itself in all of us; however, only the strong know how to battle it. You have to be a secure and mentally strong person to learn that you are worth fighting for.  1,452 more words

Progress: Coping with Fear of Rejection, Abandonment & Lonelines

I am seeking an explanation, a rationale, behind highly emotional reactions in certain moments when unable to validate my feelings.

Old behaviors with friends, men and family such as extreme insecurity, acting desperately clingy and overly emotional out of fear are no longer appealing in that I know such temperaments create the opposite effect of my intention to bring them closer- past relationships have only broken apart, been lost or drifted away when confronted with these sort of actions. 807 more words

Boderline

When Synchronicity Enters Pay Attention

Whenever synchronicities happen, I find it’s well to pay attention. The other day, I was on the computer watching a video about the four foods to never eat. 860 more words

Healthy Living

Daily Aspects - Oct 5 & 6 - Outer Planets Get Personal with lots of Clarity

If there is ANY energies in the Universe, we must realize they come from the electromagnetic fields of the Stars and Planets. Unless you can identify the various energies and their specific source, you are in 3D to 4D trying to find the truth about many aspects of our human existence. 1,447 more words

To Hell and Back

The other day, I wrote on Facebook about how I’d experienced more emotion and general craziness in the past five days than I had all year. 567 more words

Reflection