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Wanna know the #1 reason for unhappiness?

Have you ever wondered why not everyone is happy and at peace? Unless you’re an analytical nerd like me you probably haven’t… but seriously, now that I mention it, isn’t it a curious mystery? Why in the world isn’t everyone walking around smiling and overflowing with peace?  Everyone wants to be happy don’t they?  So […]

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Be Perfectly Imperfect

Be your best.  Do your best……. Be THE best.  Do THE best. One word changes the directive in these two sets of sentences. We are living a world that asks us to do and be more than our best, it asks us to do and be THE best. Be THE smartest. Be THE prettiest. Be […]

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What If You Fall?

Everything thing can change in an instant. Scary isn’t it??…. or is it? Well, it depends on how you look at it. With a mind geared toward expecting the worst, yes, its very scary.  Many of us are in the habit of expecting the worse. What if it doesn’t work? What if she/he doesn’t like […]

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Your story is a gift – Please share

I’m looking for people who are willing to share their story to be highlighted in a weekly feature I will be releasing soon called “Aliver Chronicles.”  My goal is to share the journeys of those who have experienced abuse, war, rape, divorce, financial devastation, loss of a loved one, and any other challenging life experience […]

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In a funk?? Get out now!

Even though I’ve been in the advanced stage of healing for a while now, it seems inevitable that from time to time, I fall into a funk.  I suddenly get down on myself, struggle to get along with others, and lose that sense of being an Aliver.  I discuss this reality in my book in […]

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I always go first

Having experienced extensive hurt by being sexually abused by my brother for a majority of my childhood and raped by my high school teacher, to say that I had trust issues for a majority of my adulthood would be an understatement.  Two people who I was supposed to be able to trust violated my trust […]

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