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gratitude

Organ Donation-Be a Hero

March is National Kidney Month, and I am so happy to report that my good friend, Sylvester Baugh, received the kidney that gave him a new lease on life on

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procrastination
Self-Development

Procrastination: Friend or Foe

Our nation has a sense of humor when it comes to procrastination. There is a national holiday called National Procrastination Week, which is in the first two weeks in March

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Mental Freedom

Expectations: The Relationship Killer

I can explain why people have expectations and how they can ruin relationships. I can suggest methods to help you manage those expectations and the subsequent disappointments. However, I can’t

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love
Couples

What is Love, Really?

Because there are so many levels of love, it can be difficult to define what love is. When someone says, “I love you,” how do you know what that really

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Self-love
Mental Freedom

Self-Love without Parental Love

This month, the month of love, can cause singles to feel left out and depressed. Since Adam and Eve, people believe they’re supposed to be part of a couple, but

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Goals
Goals

My 2022 Goals

At the beginning of the year, I always put together a list of what I want to accomplish in the year, both personally and professionally. I also choose a word

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Mental Freedom

Lessons Learned in 2021

Most of the world entered 2021 with the expectation that life would be better than it was in 2020. However, for many of us, we learned getting “back to normal”

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grief
Grief and Loss

Grief: Finding the GLOW

If you follow this blog, you’ve likely read about finding the GLOW® (gifts, lessons, opportunities and wisdom) in our challenging life situations. Recently, a reader asked me to write more

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trauma
Choice Theory

Trauma & Choice Theory

Because Dr. Glasser taught that focusing on the past is futile, some people might think that discussing trauma as a Choice Theory practitioner is discouraged. I disagree. When we experience

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