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Wounded to the Core – Healing after Narcissistic Abuse – 4 Parts

Part One of Four Narcissistic Abuse I truly believe that we experience things not just for personal growth but for the greater good of others. At my very core, I am a student. Of everything. Of topics, of relationships, of people, of myself. I have recently become aware of “covert passive-aggressive narcissism,” and as a …

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Reframing Life Through Improv

Think of a situation you are currently encountering or have recently encountered that was out of your control and made you uncomfortable, upset, sad, or angry. As an obvious example during this time I will give the example of my business closing due to COVID-19.

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Too much time to think???

Being idle has never been in my nature. If I couldn’t sleep, I would just get up and do something – like create an entire library, complete with the Dewey Decimal System, in my home office. If my curiosity wasn’t being piqued enough, I would take a class about something I knew absolutely nothing about just because it sounded cool. I have also started way too many projects at one time to be able to complete them all in a timely manner, but somehow I managed to get them done.

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Rhonda’s Story

In 1948, the World Health Organization (WHO) defined health as “a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” Since 1948 the definition has been tweaked a bit and other phrases have been added such as “health is a resource for everyday life,” “health is the ability of …

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