Well done, I am proud of you. Together we have made it through another week – hopefully gaining strength to cope with our grief and loss to our lives. Each Sunday I post a list of articles sent to me to help us turn that depression into positive growth – here are this weeks
Ari Koinuma presents How to Climb Up the Ladder of Healing and Growth posted at Ari Koinuma, saying, “In any journey, it’s nice to have a map. Healing and growth is no exception. In this essay I employ a system of classifying your emotions, to help you see where you are in your journey and what’s next in your evolution.”
Chris Edgar presents The Essential Breath posted at Purpose Power Coaching, saying, “When we breathe shallowly, as many of us do, and our bodies are hungry for oxygen, it’s no wonder we suffer from a nagging sense of incompleteness, a constant feeling that we need something more to make us whole. But when we completely allow our natural breathing process to operate, a feeling of peace and wholeness comes over us, and the sense that something is missing disappears.”
Byteful Project presents It Takes A Long Time to Become Fully You posted at Byteful Blog, saying, “If you feel as if you’re in depression, I highly recommend StevePavlina.com, specifically “Dealing With Tragedy and Loss.” Also, the article I’m submitting is about how a musician’s words strike a deep chord of truth: it is indeed possible to fully become the highest expression of who you are — the best person you can be on this planet, if you only have enough desire and commit to that path, but it takes time and it’s important to be patient with yourself. A downloadable poster of the quote is included.”
Shaun Connell presents Life Purpose 101 posted at Personal Development, saying, “Why do you even wake up in the morning? It’s the most important question of your life. Learn how to answer the question and quench your values.”
Alvaro Fernandez presents Wellness Coaching for Brain Health and Fitness posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution, saying, “Who will be the “personal brain trainers” of the future?”
Alex Blackwell presents The Price of Fueling Our Lives: 15 Abundantly Free Ideas posted at The BridgeMaker.
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