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  Should You Accept the “Unacceptable?”

                PART ONE  In speaking with people about their acceptance stories for the new book I’m writing, The Blessings of Acceptance, I am often asked “why should I accept the unacceptable?”   My short response … Continue reading

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Let Go of Anger by Acknowledging Your Part in It

Anger usually breeds controlling actions that are harmful to others and us, whether it be harsh words, divisive actions, or retaliation.    We all too often become obsessed, possessed—and even recessed!  It is therefore important to find ways in which to … Continue reading

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Let Go of Anger by Accepting “What Is”

“For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness”—Ralph Waldo Emerson Anger is as much of our daily lives as breakfast and dinner.    These hectic and impersonal times constantly provoke our anger, whether it is the frustration … Continue reading

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