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Is someone making your life miserable?

Are there days
when all of your mental energy is consumed by the person?

Do you feel hopelessly trapped in the situation,
or irresistibly drawn back to it?

Have you tried everything you know to make things better, to no avail?

Do you sometimes feel like you're going to lose your mind??

Then you need to see this presentation!

Feel better,
regain control
of your life,
AND
use your distressing experience to achieve radical transformation!


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Five Ways to Start Conquering Your Fears Today

Who likes being afraid? Or appearing to be afraid? Not many people, which is why fear often goes underground. But the fact is that everyone is afraid of something or other. Healthy fear is . . . healthy, but too much of it can be debilitating and keep you stuck in life and unhappy. Here are five tips you can use today to start conquering your fears and taking your life back.

Embracing the Imperfect Mother

If you're a mom nowadays, chances are you feel pulled in different directions by competing roles and responsibilities . . . but that's not all. Moms often have to cope with the pressure—internal and external—to be perfect, on top of it all! Here I break down the "perfect mother" myth and give some tips for taking care of yourself, and appreciating how good you are already.

Podcast 007: Thriving vs. Appearing to Be Interested in Thriving

There's no shortage of memes and other quick snippets of wisdom out there that purport to help you feel better or be happier. We produce some of them, too. But a lot of people offer, and consume, only these snacks instead of full meals. People like you, who are willing to invest a little more time in their wellbeing, have what it really takes to achieve their full potential.  

Why You Should Stop Using the Term “Delayed Gratification” . . . Right Now

Whether you're remodeling your house or your life, you need to make effort. In particular, you need to keep your long-term goals in mind, which usually means de-emphasizing your short-term impulses. But if you frame this as "delaying gratification," you're making things harder for yourself than they need to be. Plus, you're missing the gratification that's right in front of you.

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