Harvard Graduate Shares her Incredible Story of Surviving Domestic Abuse

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Harvard graduate Leslie Morgan Steiner shares her incredible conquest of domestic abuse. Harvard graduate Leslie Morgan Steiner thought she was the last person who would undergo domestic abuse. It turns out, domestic abuse is pervasive among every socio-economic class. Here is Leslie’s brillian Ted talk https://www.ted.com/talks/leslie_morgan_steiner_why_domestic_violence_victims_don_t_leave?language=en I'm here today to talk about a disturbing question, which [...]

How can I be a loving mom if I’m struggling with PTSD?

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Are you or have you been married to a narcissist? A way of knowing is that you may be full of self-doubt. Your confidence may be low. You feel like you're on the verge of tears? You're irritable and prone to outbursts? Narcissists are rampant. When you meet them, they tend to be charming. They tell [...]

Facing Tragedy Head On and Coming Out Even Stronger

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Mary married her very best friend, Peter. For 20 years, they raised a beautiful family while together they played, worked, travelled and grew. Life was happy, fun and full of love. Then tragedy struck. Peter was diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer.  Mary had faith that their strong bond would pull him through this tough time. She stayed [...]

Sleep Deprivation is Toxic and will Eventually Kill You!

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I had a concussion in April 2017 when a gust of wind caused an outdoor umbrella to dislodged from its stand and hit me in the head. I was told to rest, but I couldn't. I am the sole bread winner and caretaker for my family. I work two jobs, one of them on commission. There [...]

I finally figured out what I’m doing wrong…and hopefully I can make it right!

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I finally figured out that my bending over for my kids is not necessarily what my children feel is most important to them.  Embroiled in a long and nasty divorce and post-divorce, finances have been tight. None the less, I would fight to do whatever was necessary to provide the best life possible for my children. [...]

Why we Need to Let Go during 2018!

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It all just had to go and it was tough. My shed was filled with bicycles that my children had outgrown years ago. Giving the bicycles away was like giving away a piece of my past that I loved and cherished - and could never reclaim.  After the bikes were gone, though, the clutter was gone [...]

Yes You Can Feel Fabulous Right at this Moment

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So easy to feel absolutely fabulous right at this particular moment.  It's a bright sunny day. I am sitting in a uncluttered, exquisitely decorated apartment with ocean views. The ocean is calm and the air is fresh. How do I capture this moment in the chaos of every day life?   It's not easy when there are [...]

Our Biggest Enemy is Ourselves

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Sarah became increasingly disenchanted with her nutrition practice. She found that she didn't have a big impact counseling one person at a time and it also bored her. She decided to pursue other paths where she thought she'd have a greater impact. She became a certified yoga instructor, but after teaching a class, she found she didn't [...]

Could Too Much “Happiness” Lead to Unhappiness?

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Such an odd question! If we're too happy, how can this lead to unhappiness? You actually may know someone like the person I'm about to describe. This person, I'll call Simon, was my friend's boyfriend. Each time I would ask him how he was, he would respond with a superlative, "wonderful" "fabulous", etc. To me, he came [...]

This one simple gesture could change your life

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The weather dropped to 19 degrees in Boston; however, I was lucky to spend the weekend in Florida where the sum shined brightly with a gentle breeze. Each time I passed a person in the complex I was staying, I greeted them with a friendly smile, or so I thought. Not one person acknowledged me. They [...]