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Do you know who your own worst enemy is? Look in the mirror. Yes, that’s the person who keeps on pulling you down every step of the way. Some, or even most of us, continually, relentlessly, sadistically, and unmercifully flail and beat ourselves up. Although not in a literal sense, the reality is; dwelling on our faults is emotionally destructive, a sure fire way to bring us down and then keep us down. This kind of thinking will hold anyone back, it will keep you from living a healthy…Continue
Posted on May 18, 2015 at 12:59am
We all, each and every one of us, travel this journey called life yet the masses do so living lives which has been so powerfully expressed by Thoreau when he said “most men live lives of quiet desperation.” Although I knew that was me, what I came to realize was that’s indeed most of us. Thoreau’s observation begs a question: Why would anyone want to live a life of quiet desperation? Many of us are fond of quoting great minds and great thinkers, but I wonder how many of us act on what we…Continue
Posted on May 12, 2015 at 2:31am
Healing from the pain and depression we experience throughout our lives isn’t easy. We can’t just snap our fingers and feel okay the next minute. It is a long process that we have to take step-by-step, and there are no shortcuts. According to Dr. Les Parrott and Dr. Neil Clark Warren, there are three components in the healing process. First we must identify our blind spots; second, we must stop the blame game, and finally we must learn to forgive.
Identifying our issues is…
Posted on May 8, 2015 at 12:34am
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"Dan Brannan is a father and husband, pilot and war veteran, an author, motivational speaker, and an executive who has known extraordinary success. He also has cancer, has been suicidal, broke, unemployed and defeated. In his book, “Unpackin’ The Baggage Of Life”, Dan courageously reflects on his life with great insight on how personal “baggage” accumulates and, if left unattended, can be disastrous. “We can buckle underneath our load or…Continue
Posted on May 4, 2015 at 2:00am