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The Urban Myth of Positivism

The Urban Myth of Positivism

Yesterday was a rough day. Why? One word – overwhelming. Everything came crashing down at once and, as always, it was totally unexpected. Many have days like this, where they are barely hanging onto hope, promises and faith. By a string they don’t lose their cool and with strength they keep going through the day. […]

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You as the First Priority

You as the First Priority

Where are you and caring for yourself on your to do list? Our list of responsibilities are always growing and too often we end up being last. We forget to eat a meal, go to bed, or even take care of things that matter to us. Have you ever stopped to ask why everything else become […]

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Paralyzed By Emotions

Paralyzed By Emotions

Life constantly has a series of occurrences that shape and determine our day, emotions, and strength. When we face a challenge our world changes and then we are stuck trying to fix things. The only problem is that if we spend too much time focused on the problem we could miss out on our solution. […]

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Outside of Our World

Outside of Our World

This morning I was reading an article about women that are in their twenties and what stood out is that the writer said that our twenties is the “me years.”  It never classified this period of my life as that, but looking back I can see how it. So are our twenties just about us […]

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Backing Up our Partners

The notion of being supportive of a friend or family member is not hard for many of us to comprehend. Someone in our lives needs us and we are there to talk, listen, and stand by them through their problem. While many of us understand what being supportive entails, why is it hard to apply […]

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Where’s the Focus?

Being in a relationship requires a couple to learn how to balance where their focus and attention needs to be placed. Sometimes that focus is on the relationship as a whole and other times it’s on the individual. However, how does one deal with not being the focus within the relationship? In a past relationship, […]

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Temporary Comfort

At some point we all find ourselves in a position where we have become too comfortable in our surroundings. It happens our relationships, lifestyles, and even our jobs until we wake up and see that something has to change. Is there a way to avoid getting too comfortable? The thing that has really been rubbing me the wrong […]

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Striving for the Future

From the outside some people’s lives look so nice and easy because they have the job, house, or car. However, some people don’t realize all the work that goes into it. How many of us are willing to put in the work to make things happen? The other day I was talking to a friend […]

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Learning to Lead

Over the weekend I met with some friends for lunch to catch up and talk about our college days. While we were talking it dawned on my how fortunate I’ve been to gain the skills I have. So why are people not interested in learning to lead? In college  joined different organizations on campus to put myself out […]

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Give it Time

Not too long ago I wrote about my trouble with practicing patience and I’m slowly starting to find some answers. Even though I haven’t found a way to be patient all the time, I am starting to understand the principle. As hard as it is to be patient and there is a reason why time […]

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