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Journaling Your Way to Trust (While Limiting Hurt)

Tweet  image credit Let your hopes, not your hurts, shape your future. – Robert H. Schuller   It’s difficult to forget hurts of the past. It’s equally difficult to not let it hold you back. On the other hand, it seems crazy to continue to go out in the world with open heart, knowing you’ve […]

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Journaling to be Less Judgemental

Tweet  image credit   The potential of journaling for personal development is infinite. You can quite literally use it for anything you want to improve, weaknesses you want to overcome. It doesn’t mean it’s easy. But it is possible.  If you are truly one of the rare people who is not at all judgemental, congratulations. […]

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3 Ways to Overcome Inner Resistance

Tweet  image credit   I have a bad habit of immediately resisting things that I’m told/ordered to do or change. If someone tells me to do something that I think I don’t like, or is not my thing, my first instinct is to say no. But as I have come to learn, first instinct is […]

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How to Deal with the Chaos of Confusion

Tweet  image by Alexandra Bellink   Life is full of confusion. Confusion of love, passion, and romance. Confusion of family and friends. Confusion with life itself. What path we take, what turns we make. How we roll our dice. Matthew Underwood   Just when you think you are getting clarity, beginning to make sense of things, […]

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Sherlock Holmes’ Brain-Attic

Tweet  image credit    In the BBC TV Show, Sherlock, we hear about Sherlock’s mind palace, which is a fascinating concept. However, the introduction of Sherlock Holmes was a little more ordinary in its word choice, if not in its content. In A Study in Scarlet, the very first novel that introduced the world to Sherlock […]

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What to Do When You Don’t Have Faith

Tweet  image by pictoquotes   Faith consists in believing when it is beyond the power of reason to believe. – Voltaire It happens. Sometimes, we just lose faith. Life experiences, our own or that of people closest to us have an impact on our faith. I am not talking about religious faith – I am just talking about […]

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What to do When You Are in Unequal Relationships

Tweet  image by postaletrice   It happens. People in your life don’t necessarily value you to the same extent that you value them. For example, say Joe is really important to you, but you are less important to him. Or vice-versa. Perhaps Joe considers you an integral part of his life, whereas for you, he’s […]

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5 Ways to Manage Your Insecurities

Tweet image by John Hain It’s insecurity that is always chasing you and standing in the way of your dreams. – Vin Diesel   A short while ago, I asked you to think about your insecurities. To say that everyone has them, may be a too sweeping statement. So I will be a little conservative […]

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Ask the Readers: What Are You Insecure About?

Tweet  image by John Hain Insecurities!! Those ugly little  niggles that live in the back of your brain, and strike unexpectedly. You think you’ve got it all covered. You’ve conquered your demons. You are chasing your dreams. You’ve worked on your self-esteem and your confidence, and you know you’ve got what it takes. Then BOOM! […]

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Career Journal: Importance of A Job Title

Tweet  image by classblog   There is a famous saying for writers: “You are only as good as your last book.” To apply it to careers, “You are only as good as your last job title.” Let’s be honest. It’s a stupid way to measure a person, but alas, our corporations revolve around great many things […]

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