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Clash of the Body and Mind

Nowadays I rarely get sick but whenever I do, my body ensures it pays me back in spades for all the times it wanted to laze or get some rest and I pushed it to continue. 577 more words


Another Talk You Must Have

I did it. Daily. Every moment it came to mind. I told my daughters how much I loved them. And from a very early age I always told them there was nothing they could do that would make me stop loving them. 659 more words

Get to know the counselors (Cara Nicholson)

My name is Cara Nicholson. I hold a Master of Arts Degree in Counseling from Governors State University. Within the program, I chose the Marriage and Family sequence which allowed me to study counseling with individuals, couples, family, children, and adolescents. 152 more words


Passion to Purpose

Last month I wrote that key to determining your life purpose is to ascertain what you are passionate about. T.D. Jakes states, “It is your passion that empowers you to be able to do that thing you were created to do.”  730 more words


Quote: It Doesn't Matter Which Side ...

“It doesn’t matter which side of the fence you get off on sometimes.  What matters most is getting off.  You cannot make progress without making decisions.”
Jim Rohn


Living PATIENCE on a Personal Level - An Artists Journey To Life: Day 800

In my previous two blogs I have noticed the word/point of ‘Patience’ being an underlying theme, and so I am going to take a moment here to redefine and specify this word for myself so as to support myself to become more effective, stable, and consistent within Living this word until it becomes a natural expression and part of myself that is naturally who I am because at the moment I am still more existing in impatience when facing certain points/situations in my life. 1,049 more words

Journey To Life

Finding the lost father inside

When I wrote my last post I actually had in mind to write a post on fathering as one aspect of self parenting.  This absent or overly patriarchial father experience in our childhood leaves us with huge deficits.  1,543 more words

Emotional Recovery