Posts Tagged ‘Addictions’

Shift from Thinking to Action in 6 Steps

There are many people that do an excellent job of visualising, setting goals, making plans, and creating contingency plans for every obstacle that might occur on the way to accomplishing a goal. However, many of these same people never take the first step in the real world. All of their activity is occurring between their…

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5 Mood-Boosting Activities to Easily Do at Home

  Does sitting around the house leave you feeling a little blue? Don’t let that cabin fever set in. Many people complain that the time that they’re spending at home is boring. But the truth is that it’s all just a state of mind. What if there was a way to boost your mood and…

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The Proactive Path to Self-Care

    Do you only think about self-care when you’re already in trouble? You want to eat healthier because your doctor says you need to lower your cholesterol, or you decide to start meditating because job stress is keeping you up at night.   Self-care is more effective when it’s an ongoing part of your…

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Timmy the Timid Timber Fable

  Timmy the Timber was a log at the furniture manufacturing warehouse. One by one, Timmy saw his friends volunteer to be created into furniture by rolling themselves to the front of the storage facility and getting selected to make furniture. As one friend left, another one came in, and so the cycle of movement…

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The Hesitant Pigeon Fable

Tommy always had a hard time making up his mind and choosing anything. “I don’t know if I picked the right berries. I can’t decide which ones to eat,” lamented Tommy. Tommy the pigeon couldn’t decide what to eat or where to go. He couldn’t choose, always hesitated, and spent hours thinking. Jimmy the hummingbird…

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Selena the Self-Confident Snake Fable

  Sometimes, Selena couldn’t help but notice one glaring difference between her and the other jungle animals: She would shed her skin as often as four times per year. “I wish my body wouldn’t constantly change as much as it does,” she said to her mum one day. “I just don’t know if my friends…

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The Scared Robin Fable

  Max loved spending time with his mother, father, and siblings in their nest. The nest was small, but it was comfortable, and the only home he knew. One day, his parents noticed that Max and his siblings were getting too big for the nest. “The kids are growing so fast! I think it’s time…

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Patience Brings Rewards Fable

  Peter Possum and Randy Raccoon were good friends. They explored the hills and dells of Lambert County and loved going for a cool swim in Grover Pond. One Tuesday in autumn, Peter and Randy ended up near the main road in Lambert County looking for their favourite loot—crisp, juicy apples that had fallen from…

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The Persevering Puppy Fable

  Jumping across the stream at lunchtime was a favourite pastime of Patrick’s older brothers. They weren’t fully grown yet, but they were still able to stretch their legs and make it across. On many occasions, Patrick attempted to jump across, but landed in the stream with a splash. Whenever he came out with his…

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The Exhausted Raccoon Fable

  Gina was one of the busiest raccoons in the forest. She worked a long shift at her day job. She took care of her children and husband. She helped her parents and grandparents. She helped raise her nieces and nephews. Plus, she found the time to help other forest animals who needed her every…

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