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Compassion, Space, Grace, Self-Care & HUMOR

COMPASSION Kristen Neff has defined self-compassion as being composed of three main components--self-kindness, common humanity, and mindfulness. She says self-compassion involves acting the same way towards yourself when you are having a difficult time, fail, or...

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The Power of Group Coaching

Group coaching allows you to be who you are in a group of like-minded people–the ones who are faced with similar challenges and goals. As a participant, you become part of a dynamic form of learning, where you will help others while receiving the support and encouragement from professional coaches and your fellow group members.

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Be Resilient – A Life Design Accessory

Do you ever wake up and plan to accomplish a lot, only to find yourself completely exhausted midway through the day?  Some days feel like we are in the midst of a whirlwind and I am sure I am not the only one that feels that I could dial up the healthy choices when...

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“Spring” Into New Beginnings

Spring is finally here and it’s shown in many forms.  The weather is shifting, animals are awakening, the farmers are planting their crops and nature is blooming.  Spring brings so much beauty and joy in many forms.

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Be Washed; Girl, Wash Your Face

As an Occupational Therapy Professional, one of the many things we do every day is to help people with their activities of daily living. Things like grooming, bathing, and dressing. In the upcoming BE WASHED Event, as your Evening Coach, I will be helping you in...

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Love Over Fear – A New and Growing Superpower!

Are you one of the people that have a tendency to be fearful and hard on yourself? It’s like an automatic default to the land of negative thinking and feelings of unworthiness. Others tell you to stop being so hard on yourself, and you wonder how? If you knew how to do that, you would certainly have done that a long time ago to stop the suffering.

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Feedback… What the Work of Brené Brown Has Taught Me

feedback noun Feed · back | \ ˈfēd-ˌbak\ Definition of feedback 1a: the transmission of evaluative or corrective information about an action, event, or process to the original or controlling source I am currently reading Brené Brown‘s latest book, Dare to Lead, for...

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Fiscal Self-Care

Self-care can be described as incorporating practices that increase our mental, physical and spiritual wellness. It’s about taking time to reflect on the parts of your life that leave you feeling drained or overwhelmed, and taking action steps to lower your stress and increase your well-being.

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