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I look at the other blogs I find and follow and see so much wisdom and beauty in pictures and words and also so much pain. I feel like a sponge always searching for more to absorb in self- health, metal and emotional health and sometimes I have so much to say that I can not say a word.

I have lived through every kind of abuse as I climbed up the ladder to mental health. I have had a “normal” childhood but found myself one screwed up person. I have grandkids who deserve so much better than what they have and live each day knowing to save them I would have to loose them due to my health not being good enough to care for them myself. But, is that just what I tell myself? Is it really me using my health as a crutch? Is my health even as bad as I think it is or have I just convinced myself it is?

I procrastinate like crazy, I would even say I am lazy. At times I do nothing and accomplish nothing in my day. My life changed completely finding my soulmate and he loves me as I am. He works his butt off to give me all he thinks I should have. I have survived but never actually lived. I was a hobbit only leaving my house when I had to, but was it because I was just to lazy to take a shower and care to a point about my appearance? I did this for years, I mean like ten years of wasted life.

I have so much to explore in mental health still. I know we can never stop growing inside and have found I actually enjoy psychology and reading about just how we work as people.

I also have piles of stuff and pages of ideas of things I want to make and create. My house is still not together yet. We are always working on it. At this time I have no kitchen. So much but at the same time nothing.

This is me today.

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Productivity Masterclass to Acquire New Skills

New Skills Academy

Personal productivity is about producing positive results in your life. And while the topic has been discussed in great lengths, it all boils down to a simple sentence:

“Getting the right things done in a timely manner.”


It’s strange, how we forget sometimes the most essential ways to increase productivity. No need to postpone the list of actions, mentioned in this productivity class – they are simle and may be done the very next morning. Really easy and straightforward class. Simple insightful steps to follow without being over-bearing. Really appreciated the additional glucose information.

A ‘short’; but, also, very interesting class; containing a brief discussion of certain major points in regards to self-improvement techniques…techniques which absolutely anybody can do. Personally speaking, I have ADD-Attention Deficit Disorder; so my attention doesn’t tend to stay one place for too very long…?! Thus, I actually tend to prefer taking short courses as opposed to…

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Fair Fighting Rules for Relationships


By Dr. Perry, PhD

“An eye for an eye will only make the world blind” ~Mahatma Gandhi

Arguments and relationships go hand in hand like peanut butter and jelly. Unfortunately, arguments are not as sweet as jelly and don’t go over as smooth as peanut butter. When we argue with our loved ones, it is important to remember that it’s not necessary to deliver a knock out blow. Think of the argument as a heart to heart conversation and not a bare-knuckle showdown.

Here are some simple steps to remember when arguing:

1. Pause
Before you engage in an argument with your loved one, take a moment to reflect on your feelings. Ask yourself, “Why are you upset?” Are you really upset because he or she was late or could it be your partner has not been giving you enough attention? It is important to know why you are upset so…

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