Procrastination Anyone?

In a recent New York Times article, Charlotte Lieberman writes: “Procrastination isn’t a unique character flaw or a mysterious curse on your ability to manage time, but a way of coping with challenging emotions and negative moods induced by certain tasks — boredom, anxiety, insecurity, frustration, resentment, self-doubt and beyond.”

This was a breakthrough for me…

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A New Way for a New Year

How many of us make New Year’s Resolutions and then a few months, weeks, or even just days after we made them give up on them? It’s probably because most of our resolutions are difficult to achieve and to maintain….

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Peace Equals...

What first enters your mind when you think of the holiday season? Over-dosing on sugar? Circling a crowded parking lot over and over again in search of a space? How Jim Carey embodied the Grinch so well? Why movies like It’s a Wonderful Life and Love Actually still make us tear up after seeing them 20 times….

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Gratitude Raises Your Altitude

Each year in the United States around Thanksgiving time, there is a palpable buzz around giving thanks. What a wonderful tradition–expressing what we are grateful for! If we probe a little deeper, there is much more to gratitude than we may think….

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How Do Your Choices Affect Your Healing?

Every day we are bombarded with choices. None of us can avoid making them. I suppose you could choose not to make choices, but hey, that’s still a choice! So, there doesn’t seem any way out….

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L O V E Heals and So Do Post-it Notes

Have you ever used post-it notes? What a simple invention, right? Since the 1970s, post-it notes have been making our lives easier. Like most people, I use them to jot things down that I need to do, or must remember….

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