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Don’t Take it Personally

Have you ever heard the statement “Don’t take it personally, it’s not about you” ? Even though this statement is usually true, it’s a hard statement to accept and believe when we have been hurt by people we care about. … Continue reading

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Stop the Ruminating Thoughts

Do you find yourself constantly obsessing over negative situations? Constantly worried about the future or stuck in the past? Does it feel like there is no “Stop” button and it takes over your thoughts? Your day? This is known as … Continue reading

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I ‘am Enough

  I Am Enough: By: Diane Lang Start with saying ” I am Enough” out loud/or to yourself and what comes up for you. What do you feel? Do you feel like you are faking it? Does it make you … Continue reading

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Words of Wisdom

Words of wisdom that we need to remind ourselves of daily- repeat these statements when we start to feel insecure and doubt ourselves. Our language can shift how we think. When we shift how we think, we change the outcome. … Continue reading

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Emotional Health Toolbox

We all work so hard to keep positive. We all feel challenged frequently. This is when it’s important to have an Emotional Health Toolbox. A place where you can go to ground yourself. My tool box is filled with: Mindfulness … Continue reading

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Letting go of Perfect

Letting Go Of “Perfect” By: Diane Lang Women tend to add more stress to their lives then we need. Women (including myself) talk about the stress they have trying to be the perfect mom, perfect wife, perfect friend, perfect businesswoman, … Continue reading

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Finding Meaning in an ordinary day

Finding Meaning In An Ordinary Day We can get stuck in the thought process “What is the meaning of life?” and “Why am I here?” Personally, I don’t have the answers to these big questions of life. Sometimes I enjoy … Continue reading

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