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30 Healing Quotes on Self-Forgiveness

Last updated: 3 Feb 2019   ~ 2 min read Just as mantras are helpful for me to process emotions, so are quotes. I often turn to them for wisdom and inspiration. The following sound bytes have been especially helpful in trying to learn how to forgive myself. Like most …

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To Risk Or Not To Risk?

We cannot wait until fear is no longer present in order to decide to make self-responsible choices. We must accept that fear will be a part of the process of change, usually in the form of a menacing or seemingly insurmountable threat. We must not be surprised if we have …

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Psychology Around the Net: December 1, 2018

This week’s Psychology Around the Net takes a look at what you should ask yourself before you forgive someone, whether or not the #MeToo movement could hurt women’s health care, a new mental health care facility located in a Walmart, and more. Should I Forgive Him? Should I Forgive Her? …

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Top Brain-Based Habits to Elevate Your Relationships

Relationships are crucial to having a healthy and caring life with those who you value the most. Enhancing interpersonal skill has proven effective in reducing anxiety, depression, and stress. It can also improve both business success and marital satisfaction.  In world-renowned psychiatrist Dr. Daniel G. Amen’s latest book, Feel Better Fast …

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As forgiveness sweeps Ethiopia, some wonder about justice By Reuters

© Reuters. Recently released from prison, Ethiopian torture survivor and former political prisoner Keyfalew Tefera, poses during a Reuters interview in Addis Ababa By Maggie Fick NAIROBI (Reuters) – Ethiopia has released thousands of prisoners as a new prime minister reverses decades of security abuses. No-one knows how many were …

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