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My Spiritual Health Journey: The Breath of Love - Traci Roper

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My Spiritual Health Journey: The Breath of Love - Traci Roper
Many breathing practices (in yoga, Qigong, relaxation, mindfulness) help us discern what we need to let go of and how we can better nourish our well-being. I encourage you to examine what spiritual health looks like for you.  When we are in tune with our spiritual health, we are able to better control our reactions, feelings, emotions toward people, and life events.

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Audacious Gratitude - by Julie Dostal

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Audacious Gratitude - by Julie Dostal

Audacious Gratitude: An intrepidly bold and daring willingness to appreciate even the smallest things of life in the face of difficult circumstances. 

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14 Suggestions for Moms who use Social Media

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14 Suggestions for Moms who use Social Media

  By Brittany D. Linde, PhD Moms can use social media for healthy self-expression and social support; AND healthy boundaries are essential I’m a mom. I’ve blogged about being a mom before. It’s a newer role for me; my daughter turned two in November. Since I’ve become a mom, I’ve...

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Resilience 3.0: Guidance Toward a Next Generation of Work-Centric Initiatives

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Resilience 3.0: Guidance Toward a Next Generation of Work-Centric Initiatives

Resilience is an ongoing part of a process of transforming human potential. The secret of this work requires tapping into the process and holding stress as a potential for thriving. Resilience is an empowering step along the way. My View Point, A Disclaimer. Over the past 20 years, my colleagues...

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Which is more important for commitment: Safety or growth?

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Which is more important for commitment: Safety or growth?

Which is more important for commitment: Safety or growth? By Gale Lucas  Unless commitment is made, there are only promises and hopes; but no plans. ~ Peter F. Drucker Commitment is important to achieving success. We need to be committed to our career and our relationships if we want these...

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