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Unconditional Happiness

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We all have a good idea of what unconditional love is.  That is when we love someone no matter what!  Mothers are generally good at this.  Or on the other side: when [...]

Watercolor Meditation

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It’s been a hard week or a stressful weekend, leaving you tired and crabby. How about trying a little art therapy this week?  Watercolor meditation might be just the [...]

Over Emotional

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Have you ever had a time when you experienced a flood of emotion over something and others thought you were over reacting?  Maybe they thought your heartbreak was over the [...]

2 Minutes Fountain Relaxation

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I am currently on an extended vacation.  One of the things that I have been enjoying is time to just sit and relax by this fountain.  The sight and the sound seemed to wash [...]

Bitter Sweet Days

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Today is Mother’s Day and for many mothers it is more of a bitter day than a happy one.  There are moms out there that have lost a child.  Moms who don’t have [...]

Derby Day Story

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In honor of Derby Day I would like to share with you my favorite Kentucky Derby story that I blogged about in 2014.  Please follow the link below:   [...]

Habits of Happiness

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Today I thought I would share an interesting TED talk with you on meditation or mind training.  This 20 minute talk opens the idea that we need to be caring for our minds [...]

Improving Your Self-Perception

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Here is a journaling exercise to help you improve your perception of yourself.  Whether you want to believe it or not some days you having it going on.  How you talk to [...]

Embrace Being Wrong

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Have you ever been wrong?  Do you avoid making decisions because you could not stand to be wrong? I have been wrong.  I married the wrong person, but had the opportunity to [...]

You Owe An Apology

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Here are the steps toward an effective, heartfelt, and healing apology: When you say you are sorry be sure to state what you are sorry for.  In other words confess to what [...]