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Unravelling the Mystery: You Are Not Your Troubling Thoughts

You Are Not Your Intrusive Thoughts

Introduction Every human being is an intricate tapestry of emotions, thoughts, experiences, and potential. Sometimes, as we traverse the roller coaster of life, we encounter moments of self-doubt and fear, wrestle with troubling thoughts, and grapple with feelings of inadequacy. The first, and most important, thing to remember in such instances is: you are not […]

Cultivating Patience: Strategies for the Art of Waiting

Cultivating Patience-Strategies for Developing the Art of Waiting

Developing patience and improving your ability to wait can be a valuable skill in many areas of life. Here are some strategies that can help you cultivate patience: 1. Recognize the benefits of patience: Understand that patience is not just about waiting; it’s about maintaining emotional stability, reducing stress, and making better decisions. Recognizing the […]

A Letter about Depression

Reader, You are about to read a personal expression written from a depression and psychosis sufferer. We are not talking about a bad day, or a case of the blues, being depressed for days, weeks, or even months. We’re talking about severe clinical depression that this person has had to live with for years, plus […]

Anger | Bridge Over Troubled Water | Patience, Love, God

From the archives An interesting event occurred yesterday (June 8, 2006) that revealed anger to be an opportunity. I was walking back home after an appointment downtown in the morning and had an encounter with a rude motorist. I gestured a “what gives” posture as I tried to cross at the intersection, on the pedestrian […]

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