Archive | November, 2015

Dealing with the whole

30 Nov

Trying to cure part without looking at the whole, can be compared with a chair without a leg and a lamp without a shade. They go together. Success comes when we’re looking at the whole of something in its entirety, not the half.

Half of something means we could end up with a conclusion that won’t necessarily be right. Stepping back shows us the whole, a full side that gives us the tools to incorporate everything …

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A Ralph Emerson quote

29 Nov

Something inspirational:

“People do not seem to realise that their opinion of the world is also a confession of character.”


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A better understanding

28 Nov

We will fail to get on with others without a mutual understanding between us. We can’t have a mature conversation when the person we’re trying to reason with is generally irritable, not in the mood, or simply irritated by something we’ve said.

It doesn’t mean what we said undermined how they felt. It’ll be what they’re feeling at that time, coming into play. What we say can emotionally tip them over the edge. Life’s a bit like that, but with …

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Emotional eating

27 Nov

We’re struggling to cope, everything’s wrong, nothing’s going right. We need a pickup, something that makes us feel better, something that bridges the gap, so we reach for the biscuit tin. We know it isn’t health, but it makes us feel better, right?

Emotional eating is a way to right what’s wrong and although we know it’s already bad for our health, it also means we’ll pile on the pounds. Whether we’re using emotional eating as a way of …

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A Joel Osteen quote

26 Nov

Something inspirational:

“Being successful doesn’t necessarily make you great. What makes you great is when you reach back and help somebody else become great.”


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Maintaining my health

25 Nov

The majority of us will work on our health as a precautionary measure so that we don’t get ill.  It’s a constant battle but I have constantly work on my health so that I make sure I stay well.

My health isn’t and has never been just a precautionary measure. I have to continually maintain my health now so that I don’t get ill later. If I didn’t maintain my health, I’d be dealing …

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Auditory perception difficulties

24 Nov

I am learning a little more now about how my learning disabilities play out and why I struggle mentally with certain issues. Through my understanding of those issues and with reference to explanations throughout this new book, I will now hopefully have more clarity on what I deal with.

I deal with Auditory Perception Difficulties, which means I find it difficult to process explanations and directions. Where memory is essential for us to hold information long enough to make …

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A quote by Treka L House

23 Nov

Something inspirational:

“Let no one hold you hostage with who you used to be before you grew into the person you are today. Don’t be a voluntary prisoner of someone else’s insecurity.”


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22 Nov

It would be so easy for us to hold a grudge because of everything we deal with, but what’s the point? Unfortunately, when we hold a grudge, we unconsciously hope the pain we feel is felt by the person we have a grudge against. It’s the nature of what a grudge is.

The irony is that holding a grudge doesn’t make us feel any better about ourselves, neither does a grudge make our circumstances any better. Holding a grudge doesn’t help us change anything …

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Aluminium & Alzheimer’s

21 Nov

A new study carried out by Keele University in the UK has confirmed high levels of aluminium in the brain of an individual who was exposed to aluminium at work and who later went on to die from Alzheimer’s disease.

The Keele study claims to be the first direct link between Alzheimer’s disease and elevated brain aluminium following occupational exposure, with mounting evidence to suggest that chronic …

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