Day: May 1, 2017

5 Easy Ways To Be More Attractive When “Just Be Yourself” Isn’t Working –

Because sometimes being yourself IS the problem.

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Stop Comparing Yourself to Others – Do Not Compare Yourself To Others

Do you find yourself comparing you to others often? Here are reasons you should stop comparing yourself to others and start living your own life.

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Marshall Thompson sent you a video: “WINNERS MINDSET – Best Motivational Videos Compilation 2017”

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WINNERS MINDSET – Best Motivational Videos Compilation 2017
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I made this video because a lot of people make excuses and they not pursue their dreams.
We can always find a reason not to pursue our dreams, not to take action, not to stick our neck out. Our reasons seem perfectly well reasonable. We can always justify why we can’t do something – especially to ourselves.
Living a life of excuses can have very serious and lasting consequences. Not only will excuses prevent you from reaching your full potential, but people around you will also hold you back from recognizing opportunities, talents and skills you might have, to help you overcome your problems.
If you don’t challenge yourself to reach new levels, you will never really know what you’re capable of. New opportunities lie hidden around every corner, however you will never find them if you riddle your mind with constantly fin…

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A Review Of “13 Reasons Why” By Someone With A Mental Illness

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There has been a lot of controversy around the new Netflix show “13 Reasons Why”. This is due to the dark and triggering subject matter and the question of whether or not it is a good portrayal of mental illness. Regular contributor KC shares her thoughts on the show and why she liked it. 

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I just finished binging Netflix’s new original series, “13 Reasons Why”, in three days. Like most of their original content, it was designed to be binged. However, a HUGE “trigger warning”, especially for those with mental health issues: I’d already been in a (relatively) mild depression relapse, but this show was so intense and put me in a very dark headspace for a couple of days. While I believe the main takeaway was that we should be careful how we treat others because we don’t know how it will affect them, or what they…

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Mental Health Matters: Mental health information and resources

MHMatters was founded in 1998 to supply information and resources to those coping with mental illnesses and those who support them. Let’s remove the stigma and make it ok to discuss mental health.

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Women and Self Esteem

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The Female Sociopath

Amy Dunne of “Gone Girl,” Lisbeth Salander of “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” Cersei Lannister of “Game of Thrones.” If there’s one thing these cold, calculating ladies can teach us, it’s that we’re captivated by the female sociopath.

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” Karma means action or deed; it also refers to the spiritual principle of cause and effect where the intent and actions of an individual (cause) influences the future of that individual (effect). Good intent and good deed contribute to good Karma and future happiness, while bad intent and bad deed contribute to bad Karma and future suffering. “

Karma’s ancestry can be found in Hinduism and Buddhism. It is the principle of retaliatory justice. It only recently found a home in western urban vocabulary and is the word of choice for generation X.  A form of Karma is found in Judaism and Christianity as well. However, if you study both the old and new testaments one can see that Karma can be both bad and good. Today’s use of it only carries bad implications and the good has been “whited out”. I can not and will not speak for anyone but myself. Someone else’s belief system ( or lack of ) is none of my business. Life and let live is my policy. Stay on your side of the fence and I will stay on mine. I extend that curtsy to all people and expect the same in return. It is when it is not mutual that I have a problem. I am of the Christian faith as my father was. So, my take on Karma comes from that angle. It does not make me right and others wrong nor does it make me wrong. This is especially true as I am not trying to impose my belief on anyone.

If you are as open-minded as I hope I am then just taking this as food for thought. While reading about Karma, I had to practice what I preach and do an about-face and admit I was wrong. I seem to be doing that allot lately. As I approach 60 and since the birth of my grandchild I see now where I have spent my entire life wrong about wrong about 80% of the time. I am developing quite a taste for crow. I am more than sure that I have a steady diet of it in my future.

Regardless of how you think the universe was formed, one thing is constant for us all. That one thing is the Law or Principle of Reciprocity. Sir Issac Newton sums it up very well in his third law of motion (physics). ” For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction”. What goes up must come down. Everything under the stars must have an exact opposite. If it is good then there must be evil. Up then there is down. In then out. So on and so on. It is the only way we can define something. Nature set it up that way. Think about it, how could you call a thing good if there was nothing that was bad. Reciprocity is found not only in proven science but in Law and society. It is intended as a blueprint for how humans interact with one another. In my faith, King Solomon spells it out line for line in the book of Proverbs. Sad to say, I do not think this has ever been adhered to. Karma actually has a role here. In fact, the basic principle of Karma is the same as ” Divine Providence ” There was and still is crime and punishment but the two must be equal. You can not hang a person for stealing someone’s garden hose.

5 Karmaic Laws That Have the Potential to Change Your Life – Expanded Consciousness

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God Is Awesome – BayArt

Our God is Awesome He is here to stay He will take our hand And guide us along the way Have no fear for God is with you Unless you reject him, he will not reject you We thank him for everything For he is giving He gave us Salvation, His Love, And a reason…

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