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Category: Mind

Hold the Line

Yesterday I was asked a very good question by someone I have been coaching through her anxieties and fears.  She said that she has made incredible headway in overcoming some of her once-debilitating fears.  In fact,

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It’s Just a Chemical Deficiency

I had listened to the general ideas behind depression during the first ten years of battling it.  I heard, “It’s incurable…it’s a chemical deficiency…embrace it just like you would if you had cancer…it’s not going

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Just In Case You Think You Are Alone

I woke up this morning with this post on my mind. I have been writing this blog for a mere 2.5 months.  Readership is now in the thousands.  Most of you are silent readers. Some

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To-Do Lists

My last post talked about anxiety.  I’ve learned a lot in the past three years about obliterating anxiety in my life…about not having it enter into the picture at all.  My oldest daughter calls it

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Anxiety

June 2011 I stand at the island in my kitchen.  Something is happening.  My heart is beating very fast.  My breathing comes in sharp, quick gasps.  Some of my children are in the same room.

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How This Blog Began

I turned 44 years old this week. Really, I’m just 29!  It’s the joke in our family—“Oh, yeah.  Mom’s 29 this year!”  I figure if I stick with the same number every year it will make

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