THESE THINGS DO NOT DEFINE US

THESE THINGS DO NOT DEFINE US

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RECLAIMING PERSONAL POWER: KNOW WHAT YOU CAN CONTOL AND LET GO OF THE REST (Part II)

RECLAIMING PERSONAL POWER: KNOW WHAT YOU CAN CONTOL AND LET GO OF THE REST (Part II)

Site Source: Mental Health Resources, Inc. via LinkedIn : Art by Mellow Doodles I came across this amazing cartoon representation depicting examples of what we can and can not control. And I just LOVE it! (I’m such a big kid at heart!) When life spins out of control as in some of these examples: The …

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RECLAIMING PERSONAL POWER: TAKE ACTION ON WHAT IS IN OUR CONTROL, LET GO OF THE REST

RECLAIMING PERSONAL POWER: TAKE ACTION ON WHAT IS IN OUR CONTROL, LET GO OF THE REST

Thank you to those that are reaching out in response to recent posts. Keep sending me those emails (link below) and I will blog in response dear ones. I want you to know that I hear you and understand your pain. I am hearing the intense loneliness and isolation. I am hearing of lost time …

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HOW TO “UNSTICK YOUR STUCK STATUS”: UNDERSTANDING AND MOVING PAST MENTAL BARRIERS

HOW TO “UNSTICK YOUR STUCK STATUS”: UNDERSTANDING AND MOVING PAST MENTAL BARRIERS

  UNSTICK YOUR STUCK STATUS Have you ever let pride get in the way of achieving your goals? Do you try to do on your own what would be better achieved as a team? Is it hard to be honest with yourself about questions like these? What holds you back from enlisting the help of …

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How to Push Back and Plow Through Discouragement: Finding Your Own Power

How to Push Back and Plow Through Discouragement: Finding Your Own Power

Can you think of a moment of recent discouragement? How did you handle it? What helped? Yesterday I had one of those moments to kick start my Monday morning. The discouragement I felt about one particular area seemed to permeate into other aspects of my life. The excitement that I was feeling about certain dreams …

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🐥🐥🐥 I DON’T HAVE DUCKS… AND I DON’T HAVE A ROW. BUT I DO HAVE SQUIRRELS AND THEY ARE EVERYWHERE 🐿🐿🐿 How to Jump Start Your “Non-Start”

🐥🐥🐥 I DON’T HAVE DUCKS… AND I DON’T HAVE A ROW. BUT I DO HAVE SQUIRRELS AND THEY ARE EVERYWHERE 🐿🐿🐿 How to Jump Start Your “Non-Start”

For the past three plus years I have been posting “Daily Recovery Inspiration” posts on the Nicklaus Counseling Center, S.C.’s Facebook page. I started doing this as a way to encourage others on their healing, growth, and recovery journeys. What I ended up discovering is how often the prescheduled posts were just what I needed …

COPING WITH THE CHANGE: HOW TO EMBRACE THE UNEXPECTED

COPING WITH THE CHANGE: HOW TO EMBRACE THE UNEXPECTED

Has your life changed because of the pandemic? Are you struggling with the changes? I think we would be hard pressed to find someone that has not experienced change in the past 9 months. I am no exception. When the world seemed to push a pause button last March because of the worldwide pandemic, I …

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DON’T LET AGE BE A DEFINING FACTOR IN HOW YOU LIVE YOUR LIFE

DON’T LET AGE BE A DEFINING FACTOR IN HOW YOU LIVE YOUR LIFE

Recently, I was completely inspired by my colleague and team member, Judith Robbins, MA, LPC when she said, “85 (years old) is the new 65!” I have resolved to make my own resolution. “Fifty is the new thirty!” And as Joyce Meyer says, “I am not aging. I am youthing.”  Did you know? • Colonel …

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DARKNESS BEFORE DAWN: LIGHTHOUSES ~ MY LIFELONG SYMBOL OF HOPE

DARKNESS BEFORE DAWN: LIGHTHOUSES ~ MY LIFELONG SYMBOL OF HOPE

In my previous post, “My Phoenix Rising from the Ashes”, I began sharing about the cognitive shift that took place when my life fell to ruins. I didn’t share that this took place when I was 44 years old. I had spent my 30’s as a stay-at-home mom, my late 30’s and early 40’s as …

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MY PHOENIX RISING FROM THE ASHES

MY PHOENIX RISING FROM THE ASHES

Growing up as a “People Pleaser”, by adulthood I had perfected this pattern into a finely tuned way of life. People pleasing was fully ingrained in the way I thought and it drove most of my actions. It was such a powerful force in so many aspects of my life that it is hard to …

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