Tag Archives: Self Awareness

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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Giving Thanks – Through Mindfulness

Millions of Americans celebrate Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday in November every year. For many, it’s their favorite holiday. A day to spend with family, to give thanks for blessings, and to officially usher in the holiday season. For me, … Continue reading

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7 Lies Keeping You from Happiness

Happiness. A simple word that, ironically, can foster a lot of questions and a lot of anxiety. What is happiness? Why am I not happy? Am I happy enough? Is this what happiness feels like? Why does so-and-so look happier … Continue reading

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Small Actions Have the Biggest Impact, and It All Starts with You

It’s easy to get caught up in our own mindset and personal place, which means it’s easy to forget that the smallest of our actions can have a very large impact. In a world of almost 7.5 billion people (wow!), … Continue reading

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Three Simple Words Can Transform Your Life

How often are you in a situation in which someone says something you take the wrong way? It could be at work, or at home, or in the supermarket — we’ve all experienced times in which the person we’re with makes … Continue reading

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When One Door Closes, A Windmill Can Often Be Found

Change, almost always, isn’t personal. It’s how you view change that makes it personal. Continue reading

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