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Here are some of the best quotes that have NOT only inspired my life for the better but also helped me question my negative beliefs, change my thought patterns and overcome depression.
I hope you will find these helpful as well…Continue reading
“Willingness to change is not the same as wanting to feel better.
Everyone wants to feel better, but many people are not willing to do what it takes to make that happen.
Willingness to change means you are open to doing something different and learning a new way of being in the world.
If you are open and willing, then change and new opportunities are possible.”
– Jennice VilhauerContinue reading
“A deep sense of love and belonging is an irreducible need of all women, men, and children. We are biologically, cognitively, physically, and spiritually wired to love, to be loved, and to belong. When those needs are not met, we don’t function as we were meant to. We break. We fall apart. We numb. We ache. We hurt others. We get sick.”
– Brené BrownContinue reading
“Anything we keep inside because we judge it as dark is transformed the moment we bring it into the light.
In moments of vulnerability, where we are being fully authentic by sharing our innermost experience, healing can occur.”
– Christine HasslerContinue reading
“More often than not, I notice that we’re afraid to lose our suffering because we’re afraid to lose our excuses.
It’s easier to hold on to pain as a reason for why we’re concealing our gifts, playing small, and not going after the kind of life we want to be living. But trust me on this: you are so much bigger than your suffering and pain.”
– Amber RaeContinue reading
“Before you attempt to achieve anything, you must start by having extreme clarity about the outcome you want to create.
One of the best questions you can ask yourself before starting anything new, even a conversation, is,
‘What is my outcome? Why is this so important? What becomes available to me if I achieve this? What is withheld from me if I don’t?”
– Carly PollackContinue reading
“You can’t always direct what happens to you and when, but, if you know what’s important to you overall and what you want to get out of life, you can have faith that, even if everything comes out of order and contradicts the particular visuals you have in mind, you will end up at the end of your life with the sense of satisfaction and fulfillment we all seek.”
– Amy WoodContinue reading
“Accepting the reality that underlies all reality — that everything changes, nothing is fixed or permanent — helps you let go of how things have been or need to be. You can tolerate how things are and trust your capacities of response flexibility to change them if need be.”
– Linda GrahamContinue reading