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Dec.23.2011
The holiday season is for loving and serving others. It is not the time to be selfish, greedy and eccentric. So try these few things during the holidays while you are with your loved ones (even if they tend to annoy you!) Say something nice and compliment others. If you can't say anything nice...
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Dec.13.2011
“In the infinity of life where I am, all is perfect, whole and complete. I recognize my body as a good friend. Each cell in my body has Divine Intelligence. I listen to what it tells me and know that its advice is valid. I am always safe and Divinely protected and guided. I choose to be healthy and...
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Dec.13.2011
Many Facebook fans are talking about how American’s need to put Christ back into Christmas. But Christ never left Christmas… unless you took him out. Christmas isn’t about how it is spelled or even the fact the Jesus may or may not have been born exactly on December 25. Christmas is about how you...
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Nov.14.2011
View interview on Fox 26, Houston at:  http://bit.ly/ujMY17
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Sep.28.2011
We all dream. All of us. Every time we go to sleep. You may or may not remember your dreams, but you still dream nonetheless. Many folks throughout ancient history believed dreams are significant to our everyday live’s. Dreams are believed to foretell the future, giving you indications as to how to...
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Sep.28.2011
I was diagnosed with a mental illness last year. A mild mood disorder called dysthymia. I wondered how will people see me now that I’ve gone public with dysthymia? Will they think I’m crazy? That I need to be instutionalized? Or maybe that I’m a criminal? None of the above is true, so how is it...
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Sep.25.2011
Got Phobias? Anxiety, in past years, contributed to my unhappiness and depression. The more anxious I was, the more unhappy I was. And getting rid of anxiety is difficult for many people, not just me. As I studied various techniques on how to become happier and less anxiety-ridden, I came across...
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Aug.29.2011
If you suffer from any form of depression you have two choices. One, you can ask for help from a professional or two, you can live with depression hoping no one will notice and it won't affect your life much. The statistics are staggering. Over 40% of women do not seek help for depression due to...
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Aug.20.2011
A Ho’opono-what? Ho’oponopono. It’s an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness. I was first introduced to this idea in November 2010 at an I Can Do It! Conference in Tampa Florida by author Marci Shimoff (Chicken Soup for the Soul, Happiness for No Reason.) Ho’oponopono is seen...
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Aug.07.2011
Recently, one of my relatives told me that dysthymia is nothing more than a mild depression, that I should do my research and I was making a big deal out of nothing. Nothing? Depression is nothing? Here’s why I wrote a book on this rarely talked about disorder: 1. Mild depression can...
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Jul.31.2011
 Mother Teresa was born in Albania in 1910. She spent years of her life as a Catholic nun dedicated to  humanitarian work for the poor, sick, dying and the orphaned carrying out numerous missions the world over for hospices and homes for people with HIV, leprosy, tuberculosis and much more. She is...
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Jul.30.2011
For over 40 years, I lived my life believing I was liked by everyone. I believed I was fun, kind and a good friend, wife, daughter and sister. Despite the fact that many friends told me I had an attitude problem, I didn't believe them; I brushed off their comments even by my own sister. Then I...
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