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Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome is real! Every time you think you have something of value to share, it says ‘oh really?’ Mary Quasarano writes on the topic here…

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Impostor syndrome (also known as impostor phenomenon, impostorism, fraud syndrome or the impostor experience) is a psychological pattern in which one doubts one’s accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a “fraud””

Can I get an Amen?

I remember the first time I heard “imposter syndrome”. I had no idea what it was but I remember feeling very connected to the words. A common thread in these blog posts has been talking about discovering a life of my own. A life outside of the expectations of society and outside of the journey that was laid before me by my five older siblings.

When I began finally making decisions for my own life, I was swept away with guilt, fear, anxiety, and anger. I love talking about the moment I began seeing the gifts of choosing life for myself but I want to talk about those…

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Why So Many Boomers Face Cognitive Decline

Cognitive function is lower in baby boomers. Can we fix it? Why So Many Boomers Face Cognitive Decline

Are You Looking for a Job While Still Employed?

“Follow these steps to maintain professionalism while expanding your career path: Are You Looking for a Job While Still Employed?”

Letting Go While Aiming High: Talk with Rick Hanson

5 Keys to Relationship Sanity for Couples Under Lockdown

Quarantine is forcing some couples to make it work, or throw in the towel: 5 Keys to Relationship Sanity for Couples Under Lockdown

We Should Be Erecting Statues of Ulysses Grant, Not Tearing Them Down

The protestors who pulled down a statue of Grant got it totally wrong: We Should Be Erecting Statues of Ulysses Grant, Not Tearing Them Down

How Healthy Anxious People Harness Anxiety

Four key mindsets rule the day: How Healthy Anxious People Harness Anxiety

The Pyramid of North Dakota

“A monument to man’s fear and ignorance”: The Pyramid of North Dakota

How to Tell If Your Relationship is Codependent (and What to Do About It)

How can you tell if your relationship is codependent? Here are 7 key points that differentiate codependent from interdependent relationships: How to Tell If Your Relationship is Codependent (and What to Do About It) – Tiny Buddha

“This Land Is Your Land”: The Story Behind America’s Best-Known Protest Song

It has been a staple of kindergarten classrooms for decades. But Woody Guthrie didn’t intend for the song to be a ringing endorsement of American exceptionalism—he wrote it for those who were getting left behind: “This Land Is Your Land”: The Story Behind America’s Best-Known Protest Song

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Resilience Through Focusing on What We Can Control

Maybe we can learn something from our animal friends: Resilience Through Focusing on What We Can Control

How exposure to different people affects our thinking

The History and Psychology of Clowns Being Scary

You aren’t alone in your fear of makeup-clad entertainers; people have been frightened by clowns for centuries: The History and Psychology of Clowns Being Scary

Tonglen Meditation with Tara Brach: Discovering the Boundless Space of Compassion

“This short version of the Tibetan Tonglen practice guides us in courageously opening to the suffering within us and all beings, and allowing that suffering to be held in the formless heartspace that is our true belonging.”

How to Love Someone in the Way They Need

There are many ways to show love. Figuring out how to love someone close to you is a process and one that is worth the time and effort: How to Love Someone in the Way They Need

23 Books About Racism to Inspire You to Embrace Race and Do Good

These books about racism will teach you about the politics and history that have maintained racism, as well as inspire you to help change it: 23 Books About Racism to Inspire You to Embrace Race and Do Good

“The march is not over”: Read Barack Obama’s eulogy for John Lewis

The former president spoke of Lewis’s legacy of perseverance and courage while taking a swing at Trump: “The march is not over”: Read Barack Obama’s eulogy for John Lewis

10 ‘Lizard Brain’ Actions That Poison Intimate Relationships

And 10 U-turns that can heal them: 10 ‘Lizard Brain’ Actions That Poison Intimate Relationships

What Is Ukeireru? Plus, How To Practice The Japanese Art Of Acceptance

How to practice this form of acceptance for self and others: What Is Ukeireru? Plus, How To Practice The Japanese Art Of Acceptance

The Best of Barack Obama’s Eulogy for John Lewis (with bonuses)

Look! Here’s how a real president conducts himself…

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George W. Bush carried himself well also…

I will not post anything regarding Bill Clinton until his relationship with Epstein is explained…

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