My immature thinking

Age is not always a guarantee of maturity and in my case, it’s absolutely true. I would love to be able to write a different blog about maturity, of the things that make me mature emotionally, with other people, but my reality is that although I have physically grown up, my thinking hasn’t really matured with it.

I was given an intelligence test as a small child, because my specialist sure how mentally affected I would be. Through my intuition I have found a different way to learn. I know that if I didn’t use …

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29 Nov, 2016

Consciously connecting

Perhaps we need to consciously connect, to rethink our thoughts, particularly where it involves our past, because without our past in check, we will come to emotionally struggle in our present.

It’s only in times when we face uncertainty or when something happens, that the cracks begin to surface on the things we haven’t yet dealt with. Until we take stock of our issues, we will always …

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27 Nov, 2016

Not knowing gave me hope

It is hard to imagine how not knowing about a diagnosis can give you hope, but for me, that is just what it did. I lived with hope, hope in the belief that I would get better and that whatever was wrong with me, would right itself. I was comforted by hope.

I believed that what I was dealing with was only temporary and that with each passing day, through exercise, I would physically heal. Looking back, those thoughts, although conflicting at times, saved …

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26 Nov, 2016

A thought from Barack Obama

I was pleased to see this message from Barack Obama to his children on the back of Donald Trump’s election win. It not only shows Barack’s concern for that of his children, but it’s also a positive sentiment through what he sees as uncertain times ahead.

Whether you voted for Donald Trump or not, his election win shows what lies ahead through the next Presidential administration. Whether you are concerned or not, there are already significant …

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23 Nov, 2016
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