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Category Archives for "Emotional Health"

be tenacious and hold on

How to be tenacious

We live in a world where we are constantly enticed into finding the easy way. However, the easy way is most often fatal to reaching your dreams.....instead, you need to be tenacious. A common lawn weed holds a great lesson for us all in how to be tenacious.

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get rid of your heart wall

Your Heart Wall is holding you back

​A Heart Wall is a wall of trapped emotions that surrounds the heart. We all have one, and some people have many. The Heart Wall makes it difficult to feel love, and keeps us feeling distant from others. Learn why you have one, and how to get rid of it!

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replace anxiety with peace

How to replace anxiety with peace

Living in the world today, most of us experience anxiety and overwhelm on a daily basis. However, what we want is to feel peace. Yet we are ever busy, going and doing. When we do finally have a few minutes to sit and rest, we choose to watch TV or get on social media. It's time to learn how to replace your anxiety with peace.

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god has a purpose for your life

God’s purpose for your life

Have you ever considered that God has a purpose for your life? There comes a time when we must decide between living the life we’ve chosen for ourselves, and living the purpose God has chosen for us. I say “must” because choosing God’s purpose for your life is necessary if you want to live a life of joy.

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choose your feelings

Take charge of how you feel (and release trapped emotions)

​​Do you realize how much control and power you have over how you feel? I know it might be a difficult thing to realize, but you are the only one who is in charge of how you feel. I'm sharing a story of how to take control of what you're feeling based on an experience in my bathroom this morning. Plus, I'll show you how to identify and release trapped emotions, so you can feel even better!

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5 Ways to Actually Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

I think the new year is a very exciting time. We tend to get all excited about the new plans, the goals, the achievements we're going to have, and how much our life is going to change over the next year. There's a lot of momentum and energy and excitement moving forward. But that tends to wane and fall off very, very quickly. There are many things you can do to keep that momentum going, but today I've got five tips for you to help you actually keep your New Year's resolutions!​ Turn those resolutions into new habits, not just for a week or two, but ​for the entire year.

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