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What Would You Do If You Had Millions of Dollars?

What would I do if I had millions of dollars? I saw a post on Facebook this morning about this very question, and it inspired me to answer that question for myself. If I had millions of dollars at my … Continue reading

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Letting Go Of Perfectionism

Wouldn’t it be great if we could all be perfect? Imagine a world where everyone always performs flawlessly, always interacts in perfectly socially appropriate ways, always makes the perfect choices. No…that doesn’t sound great to me. It sounds boring, robotic, … Continue reading

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Healthy Self Love

What does it mean to practice healthy self-love? I often talk to my clients about this. ¬†Healthy self-love consists of having a kind internal dialogue. In order to do this, we must learn to tame our internal critic. When we … Continue reading

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Practicing Kindness

What would the world be like if we all practiced kindness to ourselves and each other? Kindness is an undervalued commodity in our culture. What if news stations had a daily kindness report? ¬†It isn’t thought of as noble or … Continue reading

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