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3 Nov

3 Holiday Lies Everyone Needs to Pass Up

“The Christmas holidays have this high value: that they remind forgetters of the forgotten & repair damaged relationships.” – Mark Twain –   I didn’t always enjoy the holiday season and like many of my clients, I used to loathe the time of year. It was another reminder of how great everyone else had it, and […]

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1 Oct

Anxiety, Fear & Stress: What can you do?

Anxiety. It’s a subject many of us deal with but few know how to fix. Some stress in life is normal, as long as it is motivating you to take action. The problem happens when anxiety immobilizes us instead of pushing us to take action. Anxiety can ruin our lives if we let it. Anxiety […]

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1 Sept

The Advantage to Lying

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At Peace Partnership, we are obsessed with excellence. One of the benefits of this obsession with excellence is the many in-depth conversations I get to have with our counselors about psychology and human behavior. These conversations challenge me to be introspective, which I enjoy. A few weeks back I was talking to Jon Thompson at […]

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1 Aug

The Most Important Question No One Asks

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We all want to be happy. I often ask people, “What do you want out of life?” and people frequently respond with something like, “I want to have a great job that pays well and be in a loving, lasting relationship.” This response is so predictable and generic it no longer carries any real meaning. […]

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1 July

Am I Worthy?

Identity is a tricky thing. Each of us, on one level or another, identifies ourselves as something. We do this because identity helps us to determine our value. If you identify as someone polite and respected, you will most likely have a high sense of identity. If you identify as someone socially unacceptable then you will […]

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