10 Ways to U-turn a Negative Thought

Originally posted on MiddleMe:
We often have bad thoughts creeping into our minds particularly after a bad situation. Before acting out in anger or berating yourself in shame, take a deep breath and here are the ways to turn your negative thoughts around. Distract Yourself Unable to stop the negative thoughts from flowing in, take…

A BRICK AT A TIME #Celonarants!!

Originally posted on KAYCEE CHUKWU:
They say patience is a virtue, only a fool would choose to argue yeah? They also say patience is not necessarily the ability to wait, but rather the manner in which you wait. But I would say this in addition; Be it the manner or ability to wait, it all…

Rear View Mirror – My Week In Review — DREAM BIG DREAM OFTEN

Originally posted on Waldina: Tomorrow will be the one year anniversary of a very good friend’s death. He died six months after my father and coincidentally of the same thing. That is a lot of loss and regret. In both cases, I wish there would have been more contact with them at the end. I… viaContinue reading “Rear View Mirror – My Week In Review — DREAM BIG DREAM OFTEN”

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