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Hello Friends!

Hello Friends!

Hello friends! After my meditation this morning I felt compelled to write this out of a love, sympathy and compassion for those feeling bullied for the things that are going on in the world right now. I am Colombian, and as you may very well know it is from that...

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How to Beat the Procrastination Monster

How to Beat the Procrastination Monster

How to Beat the Procrastination Monster: Fighting The Inner Demons that Prevent Us From Progress Some of us are innately punctual and efficient at time management, but for most of us even starting a task is more brutal than the process of completing it at all....

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Easy Ways to Set Goals and Achieve Them

Easy Ways to Set Goals and Achieve Them

Even though we are constantly setting goals for ourselves in our minds, it can be pretty hard to find concrete goals that we can commit ourselves to. The important thing to remember is, goals can be big or small, long-term or short-term. And both can coexist at the...

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Why is Early Childhood Intervention Valuable?

Why is Early Childhood Intervention Valuable?

A frequent thought that often emerges in our minds when we see an adult we deem dysfunctional is, what was their childhood like? Where were their parents? The truth of the matter is that for many of these adults, there might’ve been an element of neglect but many...

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Attitude of Gratitude

Attitude of Gratitude

What if I told you that for just a few minutes a day, you could do something that would make you feel happier, and more alive than ever? What if I told you that small task is something we very often take for granted. I’m talking about gratitude, of course. Now you...

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World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day

Every year on October 10th, we celebrate World Mental Health Day. It was designated by the World Health Organization to dedicate a day where all people working or supporting the mental health field can openly talk about their work, and the efforts necessary to make...

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You Are Who Your Friends Are

You Are Who Your Friends Are

“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” —Jim Rhon   In our highly individualized society, where merit is defined in how we can differentiate ourselves from others, we all share a likeness in our obvious contrasts. At some point in...

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