Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Highly Sensitive Person ( HSP )

I have a really important book to suggest. This is a national best seller and is  titled The Highly Sensitive Person: How to Thrive When the World Overwhelms You (1996) by Elaine Aron, PhD. Yes, it’s an older publication but … Continue reading

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The Absolute No List

Hello Readers, Today’s post is about your absolute no list. Why a no list instead of a yes list? What is a no list? Cheryl Richardson ( The Art of Extreme Self Care, 2009) teaches that extreme self-care requires some … Continue reading

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Inspirational Words

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Support System

Hello Readers, I want to write this post to let you know the community of support is here and to remind each of you that as behavior changes, anxiety may rise but eventually your feelings catch up with your behavior … Continue reading

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Let Me Entertain You !!!!!

Actually, let me disappoint you. Today’s the day to discuss practicing disappointing others. WHAT??? We all dislike being disappointed. We’ve all been disappointed and we’ve all disappointed others. Here are some reasons why people are afraid of saying no: 😦 I don’t want to feel … Continue reading

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Extreme Self Care

Extreme!   This is a word often associated with something negative. Self Care!   This conjures up ideas of miserable exercise and eating your veggies. What if we changed our perception of Extreme Self Care? I propose that Extreme Self Care become … Continue reading

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