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Be happier now


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henry ford (2)You have heard the old saying, count your blessings. I have heard many people say that when they make a list of the things they like, they feel much happier. I firmly believe that everyone has a much longer list of blessings than sufferings. In fact, most of us allow just one or two sad things to bring us down, when we have dozens of good things that make us happy.

The movie Sound of Music is special to many people, but what I like most about it is the song These Are a Few of My Favorite Things. In the movie, the nanny tells the children that if they are afraid or facing any difficulty, to sing a song about their favorite things. That song always lifts my spirits even when I am already happy. Free ebooks at GetPrayerPower.com.

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1 in 5 U.S. Women Are Raped at Some Point, Report Says


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Narcissists and the Sex Agenda


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Sex and intimacy are important in any mutually loving relationship.  And while they are each separate elements to a successful connection with a partner, today’s focus will be on the subject of sex.  And Narcissists.

Narcissists and sex.

For many of you reading this article, you may have felt a twinge of dread, sadness, anger, shame…or a combination of these emotions.

Why?

Because to the Narcissist, sex is another tool for manipulation and destroying the self-esteem of their partner(s).  In most cases, there’s serial cheating, withholding affection, degrading requests, porn addiction, and verbal assaults.  Or, on the opposite end of the spectrum, they’re such skilled lovers that their partners often stay in the abusive relationship because they’ve never had it so good, which creates a twisted dynamic leading to self-loathing, guilt, and shame.

The Narcissist in the Bedroom

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Somatic (overt, and similar to the histrionic) – The somatic Narcissist is all…

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The start of Autumn


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Here in the Irish and Celtic calendar, the season of Autumn began on Monday, the 1st of September. Although the weather is still very mild, the mornings are misty and some leaves have already started to fall. We are moving into a period which helps us reflect on impermanence and on the fact that all things change. Our meditation practice reminds us that there is only suffering to be had when we try to fix things solid, or hold onto them, like the long days of summer or the memories of times past. We instinctively prefer permanence and how it tells a story of a solid, single identity. Instead, in reality,  like the seasons, we are always changing; things come and go in our lives.  Nature lets go and moves on. Maybe we can learn from that.

If I can let you go as trees let go
Their leaves, so…

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Art Reflection by Madeleine Pujals Maya Creativity is about letting yourself go!


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Photo Reflections By Madeleine Pujals Maya


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Photo Reflections By Madeleine Pujals Maya


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Photo Reflections by Madeleine Pujals Maya


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