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How To Go From Anger To Happiness In 3 Seconds

    Mastering your energetic state is the greatest skill you can teach yourself, both for happiness and success in life.  It’s easier said than done because it requires a great deal of self-honesty, will power, and self-awareness, but it’s the most rewarding skillset you could teach yourself.  When we are stuck in a state […]

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17 Ways To Conquer Soul-Crushing Negativity

by Scott Sind When we are aware of our weaknesses or negative tendencies, we open the opportunity to work on them. Ever had one of those moments when all you wanted to do was crawl back in bed, put a pillow over your head and shut out the world for a few hours? For a […]

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10 Lies Everyone Accepts As Truth

  By Jesse Herman      We go through life with belief systems. Some of these beliefs deal with external forces, such as government and corporations. Other belief systems are internal, propelling ourselves one direction or another. Right now I want you to take the opportunity to see if some of these truths listed below are […]

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40 Quotes That Will Quiet Your Mind

by: Angel Chernoff Peace does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble, or hard work. Peace means to be in the midst of all those things and still be calm in your heart. You know how you always turn down the volume on the radio when you need to […]

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The Drama Triangle

The Drama Triangle was a concept invented in the 1960s by Dr. Stephan Karpman, to describe in the simplest possible terms the screwed-up psychological roles that people play in habitual, dysfunctional relationships. The three roles are: Victim, Persecutor, and Rescuer. The titles are pretty self-explanatory, but just to review…the Victim is the person who is […]

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To become a butterfly, you must be willing to give up being a caterpillar.