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It’s Okay to Get Angry?

Have you ever known someone who gets angry over the slightest trifle? Everything makes them blow their cork, and they chalk this off as part of their personality. I’m Irish, and I think anger is considered a family trait among … Continue reading

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Remove the Roadblocks to Forgiveness

My View of Forgiveness I like to think of forgiveness as a winding road over rough terrain. Along the way, we encounter obstacles that may deter us, force us to turn back, or make us more determined than ever to … Continue reading

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Start Now and Just Do It!

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #63 Don’t let your fears hold you back. So many survivors of abuse and trauma let their fears hold them back, and they never even try to achieve their dreams. Oliver Wendell Holmes, former U.S. Supreme … Continue reading

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Transform Your Inner Critic Into An Inner Coach

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #32 The average person has 50,000 thoughts per day. Most of that talk is about ourselves. And believe it or not, 80% of it is negative. Jack teaches that our self-talk can be so destructive, it … Continue reading

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Complete the Past to Embrace the Future

Jack Canfield’s Success Principle #29 If we hold onto unforgiveness, it’s as if we’re dragging an anchor behind us. It slows us down and prevents us from enjoying today and receiving God’s blessings. If we can release unforgiveness, we will … Continue reading

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How Can I Manage Anger?

Anger is often the biggest roadblock to forgiveness. Since it’s Anger Awareness Week (Dec 1-7), I’d like to share with you some anger management tips from my book, The Road to Forgiveness:  Removing the Roadblocks. Repressed anger leads to many … Continue reading

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Letting Go of Vengeful Thinking

When anger remains unexpressed, it can often evolve into fantasies of revenge. At times, it bubbles over as passive-aggressive behavior. Today, we learn how to let go of our vengeful thoughts so that we can move forward in our journey … Continue reading

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Are You Better Than Your Enemy?

If I look at myself as better than my enemies, I can never see them as God does. He looks at men and women whom he created in His image. In spite of their sins, he still loves them. God … Continue reading

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