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The philosophical procrastinator

June 27, 2014

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The philosophical procrastinator by Kathy Gates —  How many self-help books have you read? There certainly are some good ones available that provide solid information, help you get on track, and offer ideas and practical pointers for your own life. But there is a limit. After reading a few of them, have you found yourself […]

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What are You Waiting For? Learn How to Rise to the Occasion of Your Life

February 17, 2014

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What Are You Waiting For?

What are You Waiting For? Learn How to Rise to the Occasion of Your Life by Kristen Moeller, M.S. — Are you waiting for your “real” life to kick in? Are you always busy making other plans, while constantly striving to improve yourself? Through candid stories and insightful lessons, Moeller helps us explore the pervasive […]

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Contagious Optimism: Upifting Stories and Motivational Advice for Positive Forward Thinking

February 17, 2014

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Contagious Optimism

Contagious Optimism: Upifting Stories and Motivational Advice for Positive Forward Thinking by David Mezzapelle — The fast pace of our lives can seem like an infinite loop. For many, this includes the constant barrage of emails, a 24/7 workplace, busy families, the challenges of uncertainty, and life’s trials and tribulations. This can make it easy […]

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Parenting the Highly Sensitive Child: A Guide for Parents and Caregivers of ADHD, Indigo and Highly Sensitive Children

February 17, 2014

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Parenting the Highly Sensitive Child

Parenting the Highly Sensitive Child: A Guide for Parents and Caregivers of ADHD, Indigo and Highly Sensitive Children by Julie B. Rosenshein, LCISW — In 2010, more than 263 million stimulant prescriptions were given to American children. The need to over-stimulate, over-plan and over-work our children has created an unsupportive environment that Rosenshein hopes to […]

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What Would You Do If You Knew You Could Not Fail? How to Transform Fear Into Courage

February 17, 2014

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What Would You Do if You Knew You Could Not Fail?

What Would You Do If You Knew You Could Not Fail? How to Transform Fear Into Courage by Nina Lesowitz and Mary Beth Sammons — What would you do if you knew you could not fail? These encouraging words, attributed to First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, have inspired millions to face their fears and dare to […]

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The Zero Point Agreement: How to Be Who You Already Are

February 17, 2014

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Zero Point Agreement

The Zero Point Agreement: How to  Be Who You Already Are  by Julie Tallard Johnson — Everyone longs to experience purpose and inspiration, but the search for meaning often leaves a seeker in the hands of fate. Offering a different approach to self-discovery, one in which we create meaning from within rather than seeking it […]

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Seven Thousand Ways to Listen: Staying Close to What Is Sacred

February 17, 2014

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Seven Thousand Ways to Listen

Seven Thousand Ways to Listen: Staying Close to What Is Sacred by Mark Nepo — Nepo inquires into the endless ways life asks us to listen. Having experienced hearing loss, he attests that listening is one of the most mysterious, luminous and challenging art forms: “Whatever difficulty you face, there are time-tried ways you can […]

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When what you know does not work for you anymore

October 14, 2012

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by Mary M. Ernsberger —  Albert Einstein once said, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Did you ever watch one of those TV movies based on actual events? They always post a disclaimer that says the names have been changed to protect the innocent. […]

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The seven habits of highly dramatic people

September 10, 2012

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by Scott Kalechstein —  Do gratitude, contentment and inner peace sometimes creep up on you and undermine your ability to indulge your anxiety? Here’s a quick and handy two-step process to make sure you get your M.D.R. (minimum daily requirements) of worry and chaos. Step One: Believe and act like your safety, security and happiness […]

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