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Author Archives: Cindie
Relief. You know the feeling, when that thing you were dreading ended, or got canceled, or turned out to be nothing serious. I remember being all the way across the country and seeing a friend’s post on Facebook asking, “Does … Continue reading
All of those things we want, like love, romance, success, abundance, money, health, friends, happiness, peace…they all come to us more easily when our stress levels are managed. Continue reading
When was the last time you spent more than a minute or two in silence? Have you ever actually planned a time to spend in silence? I am talking about real, pure, silence – no music, no phones ringing, no … Continue reading
Recently I had a conversation that included the words “hard work”. My client related to me that a certain situation “was hard work, but worth it.” Now, to be fair, I think we all can relate to that statement. Certainly, … Continue reading
This week I’ve been aware of how often people have weak boundaries, or really no boundaries at all. Do you say “yes” to requests others make of you when you would really rather decline? (Are you “shoulding” on yourself?) Do … Continue reading
Yesterday someone told me that recently they were aware that they’ve been continually starting things (lots of “things”!) without finishing them. Typically we catagorize this as “procrastination”. What is that thing you are procrastinating about? What is that thing you … Continue reading
There is a story told of an old farmer living in medieval China who only owned one ailing horse, and then one day his only horse ran away. His neighbors said to him, “What bad luck!” And the farmer replied, … Continue reading
“Why have you been tolerating this for so long?”, I asked. Not once, not twice, but three times this week I asked that question. Three different conversations where I recognized that the issues my clients were dealing with were long … Continue reading