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Highly Personal Forgiveness

By Monica Nelson It is easier to forgive an enemy than a friend. –Madame Dorothée Deluzy If I were asked to list all the learning lessons of my life, forgiving would be one of the top-ranked themes. I can fairly say that I have faced all kinds of situations that at least presented an opportunity to forgive someone or something, if not having been its major focus. Forgiveness and all its many challenges is in ample supply in my life, as I suspect it is in yours. While the mechanics of forgiveness were always a source of learning, I pretty much knew its character. Or so I thought I did. It was … Continue reading

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Starting Over? Plant These 3 P’s Into Your Subconscious

By Monica Nelson You’ve been hit by a cyclone. Loss of a job, divorce or death of a spouse, financial ruin, or any number of other disasters that end your current reign of contented living. Devastated and flattened, all you want to do is give up. But that’s not an option. Starting over is staring you in the face and you are terrified. The most imperative of actions at this moment is to fight the negative self-thoughts running through your head. Those sneaky and snarky attempts by your subconscious to blindside your life’s purpose. It seems an overwhelming task. What can you do? Start by replacing those thoughts with the … Continue reading

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