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It is such an obvious pattern that the more we stress about a goal, the harder it is to achieve it… So how can we make ourselves believe that we will get our desires, especially when we feel we’ve tried and failed so many times with the same goal?… Read More Forming a great relationship – with yourself
It’s not unusual for kids with mental illness to seem like they are being disruptive, disobedient, impulsive, moody, detached, and lazy — sometimes all in one day.… Read More Confronting A Crisis: When You Don’t Know How To Help Your Child
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As I began to focus on my new dream, I made new goals for how my life will seem.… Read More The never ending journey to reach goals
I was actually starting to consider this though I had never purchased a business before,… Read More Being Open to the Power of Possibility: Anatomy of an Unlikely Business Deal
We would avoid a lot of disease if we put in more efforts to improve our nutrition and increase our physical activity, but just telling people is NOT enough.… Read More Living Healthy Is Simple But NOT Easy
For a while we weren’t sure she would graduate, and we were worried whether she would make it through this dark period.… Read More Happiness vs. Achievement: The Cost of “Success”?