Everyone has felt sad or down at some time in their life as a result of life events such as a move to another city, loss of a job, medical reasons, etc. This is a normal part of life and it happens to all of us. Everyone has felt sad or down at some time in their life as a result of life events such as a move to another city, loss of a job, medical reasons, etc. This is a normal part of life and it happens to all of us.
This year has flown by so fast. Click here to check out our free 7 day mini video series. Last year, I decided to do monthly blogs based on the 5 steps to self discovery that are in my workbook…
I was working with a group of women several weeks ago and I ask the question, what do you see when you look in the mirror; specifically, what do you see when you look deep into your eyes? Most of the comments I got were…
Often times, we focus more on what we need and desire, and take little time focusing on basic and material things or even our accomplishments. Millions of people throughout the world don’t have essentials (food, shelter, water) needed to survive. On this note, we should always be in a state of gratitude.
Developing and nurturing yourself is extremely important in your life. As a result of emotions such as depression, greed, sadness, etc., people may behave in a manner that is not consistent with one’s true self. This can get you off balance and you begin to neglect some parts of yourself. Thus, it is important to take a look inside to determine how you can continue to grow by increasing your self-awareness, forming healthy habits and becoming more focused.
Letting go is a time of self discovery, when you find out something about yourself and others as well. Letting go is also an opportunity to walk a different path in life and really appreciate what you have learned and gained throughout your journey as you move into the future.
Are you experiencing stress? Has the economy got you down? Are you facing unexpected crisis and not clear about how you will manage? Currently, all across America, people are experiencing things or seeing things they never thought might happen to them or the people they love. Many people in America are experiencing things that millions of people around the world have been experiencing for years: poverty, limited job opportunities and insufficient resources.
Dr. Jessica is a Psychologist and Empowerment Coach with the Center for Discovery. She helps women experiencing a personal or career transition discover their highest potential, using proven principles and practices of mind, body, and spiritual development.
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