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31 Thought-Provoking Questions That Will Light A Fire Under You

As a personal coach, I use probing questions all the time to help clients uncover deeper insights about themselves, find their life passions, and challenge their limiting beliefs. But you don’t need a coach to help you do this. You can learn how to ask yourself questions in the same way a coach may ask, which […]

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15 Reasons Highly Sensitive People Are Highly Valuable

Have you ever heard these words before? “Don’t be such a crybaby!” “I was just kidding — don’t take things so seriously.” “You are way too sensitive. Get over it.” If you’re a highly sensitive person (HSP) like me, you’ve probably felt “different” all of your life. While friends and family could let things roll […]

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20 Best Audiobooks For A Road Trip in 2018

I don’t know about you, but I love going on road trips. A road trip feels like a true adventure — much more so than air travel, which involves so many tiresome steps before you even set foot on the plane. And then you’re crammed in a suffocating tube with little to look at and […]

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12 Essential Ways To Take Care Of Yourself

Everyone gets caught up in their daily routines.  In fact, getting caught up is the whole point of having routines. Routines help you get through the day while accomplishing your goals. You wake up every day knowing exactly what you’re going to take care of without giving it much thought. But because your routines are […]

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50 Self-Care Ideas For Stressed Out People Pleasers

“In case of the loss of cabin pressure, put on your own oxygen mask first before assisting others.” If you fly on commercial planes, you’ve heard this statement from a flight attendant many times, instructing you to take care of your safety first so you have the ability to help someone else. This is necessary […]

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4 Common Communication Styles In Love Relationships

The odds are pretty high that you and your spouse or partner communicate differently. One of you likes to handle things right away. The other needs to sit on it a while. You prefer to talk through the issue, and your partner wants to think through it first, then talk. Sometimes it feels like you […]

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