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Resitance

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The resistance of constant pulling and pushing of emotion within us.   re·sist·ance rəˈzistəns/ noun the refusal to accept or comply with something; the attempt to prevent something by action or argument. the ability not to be affected by something, especially adversely. You have probably heard the phrase “what you resist…

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Do What You Love!

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When you have taken steps to understand how you feel about yourself, you start loving and appreciating yourself (previous blog on Relationships: How do you feel about you?). You will have created space allowing yourself to start loving your life, to start doing things that you love.  This doesn’t just apply to your…

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FEAR

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fear pronoucedˈfir noun An unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat. Verb Be afraid of (someone or something) as likely to be dangerous, painful, or threatening. Fear can completely destroy and chance of Happiness, Joy and Life Fulfillment. Here…

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Road to Wellness. Create Amazing Relationships

Once you remember your true self and you are okay with that, you can  find what makes you happy. We tend to look for things outside ourselves to make us happy but I know happiness is an inside job. When we start to take responsibility of  how we are being we can choose how to respond to others.… Continue reading Road to Wellness. Create Amazing Relationships

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Be The Change You Wish See in the World

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This is a famous quote from Gandhi. This has never be more applicable than when I became a parent. I was brought up to always respect my parents and to never talk back even if I believed my parents were wrong. I then realised that to give respect it must be…