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“Sometimes it takes a heartbreak to shake us awake and help us see we are worth so much more than we’re settling for.” ~Mandy Hale
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“We all act unconsciously and without consideration for others at times. When we allow ourselves to be honest about these behaviors, without the judgment of shame, we are left with remorse, which is a quality we are actually quite fortunate exists. Remorse can help us refine our actions and to live a more authentic life. It does not mean that we are useless and unworthy or that we made some horrible mistake beyond repair. It simply means that we are human, and that like all humans, we are in a learning process.” ~Jennifer Chrisman
If you’re agonizing about whether or not to stay in a relationship, follow these three steps.
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“We all act unconsciously and without consideration for others at times. When we allow ourselves to be honest about these behaviors, without the judgment of shame, we are left with remorse, which is a quality we are actually quite fortunate exists. Remorse can help us refine our actions and to live a more authentic life. It does not mean that we are useless and unworthy or that we made some horrible mistake beyond repair. It simply means that we are human, and that like all humans, we are in a learning process.” ~Jennifer Chrisman
If we practice forgiving ourselves and letting go, we will learn to make peace with the feelings of shame and regret for having hurt ourselves and others.
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“The walls we build around us to keep sadness out also keep out the joy.” ~Jim Rohn
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"Don’t let the fear of the time it will take to accomplish something stand in the way of your doing it." ~Earl Nightingale
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“Animals shake when they experience trauma or anxiety. Think of a dog who’s been in a fight with another dog: Once the fight is over, both dogs will shake to calm their nervous systems and quiet the fight, flight, or freeze response. This enables them to move on without the physical memory of the situation. Humans, however, don’t naturally do this. Instead we carry our stress, anxiety, and trauma around with us every day, and use food and other addictive behaviors to soothe ourselves and quiet the emotional discomfort. There’s nothing wrong with turning to food or other means to soothe yourself, but typically habitual behaviors provide a short-term solution, and you’ll continue to feel the discomfort until you release the memory from your body.” ~Jennifer Sterling
Stressful & traumatic events leave physiological imprints in our bodies. Here's how to release the painful memories & emotions that are stored in your body.
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“Be somebody who makes everybody feel like a somebody.” ~Unknown
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“One of the most courageous decisions you'll ever make is to finally let go of what is hurting your heart and soul.” ~Brigitte Nicole
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"After committing to something, doubt eventually sets in and you may begin to think of ways you can get out of it. And if you don’t have any good excuses, you then have to decide if you are going to tell the truth or come up with a lie. Think about the anguish, stress, and resentment that saying yes has caused you. Wouldn’t it be so much easier and straightforward to just say no in the first place?" ~Chantalle Blikman 
Learning to say “no” has challenged me to overcome my fear of rejection and helped me to feel in control. Having trouble saying "no"? This may help.
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Many of us have a cruel inner voice that makes us feel bad about ourselves. Here's how to make it work for you, not against you.
Many of us have a cruel inner voice that makes us feel bad about ourselves. Here's how to make it work for you, not against you.
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