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7 Lessons from Mister Rogers That Are Still Relevant Today

I know. I haven’t blogged in ages. I’ve been pulled in too many directions in real life and, to be honest, I’ve been focusing more time on me as well as my book marketing. But I ran across a blog … Continue reading

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Thoughts Are NOT Facts!

Every day, every hour, every minute our minds are filled with thoughts. And those thoughts can bounce, and bounce, and bounce. In yoga and Buddhism, we call this monkey brain — drunken monkeys jumping around, screeching and chattering and carrying … Continue reading

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How to Handle Difficult Emotions

I shouldn’t be feeling this way. If I ignore this emotion, it’ll go away. It’s not a big deal. This, too, shall pass. Everything will be fine. Focus on something else. Any of these phrases sound familiar? I bet they … Continue reading

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Why Social Media Is Stressing Us Out

Social media is a great thing. It can also be a dangerous thing — to your happiness and peace of mind. Sure, posting your life stories and thoughts and updates on Twitter or Instagram or Facebook or any other social … Continue reading

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10 toxic personalities and why you should avoid them

We’ve been around all of them. People who use you. People who manipulate you. People who judge you or suck the life out of you or gossip about you (and everything else they hear). The thing is, on the surface … Continue reading

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