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Step Out On Faith

Step Out On Faith

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.” Sounds easier said than done, but recently I was faced with choosing between either faith or fear. The question I had to ask myself is do I trust God enough to keep going even […]

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The Truth About Being Lost in Your Thoughts

The Truth About Being Lost in Your Thoughts

I’m known for overthinking things and living in my head, and I’m honestly working on stopping. More so now because these past few days I’ve been letting my thoughts control me instead of me controlling them. I let them lead me to thinking the worst of a situation that was great in reality. So I […]

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The Urban Myth of Positivism

The Urban Myth of Positivism

Yesterday was a rough day. Why? One word – overwhelming. Everything came crashing down at once and, as always, it was totally unexpected. Many have days like this, where they are barely hanging onto hope, promises and faith. By a string they don’t lose their cool and with strength they keep going through the day. […]

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The Lies We Tell Ourselves

The Lies We Tell Ourselves

Do you notice when you tell yourself a lie? It’s happens when a little voice inside says “you can’t do that,” or  “do you really think that’s in your future?” That when all your doubts and fears begin so set and before you know it you’ve talked yourself out of doing what you desire to do. So […]

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The Highly Sensitive Person Pt. 2

The Highly Sensitive Person Pt. 2

Psychologist Elaine N Aron began exploring the personality trait of high sensitivity in 1991, no doubt made more pertinent by the realisation of her own heightened sensitivity. What followed was a vast amount of research, which led to her publishing a number of books including ‘The Highly Sensitive Person’ and ‘The Highly Sensitive Person In […]

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Snap Shot of a Highly Sensitive Person. Pt I

Snap Shot of a Highly Sensitive Person. Pt I

When I was a child, I lived very much in my own mind. I had a vivid and colourful imagination and spent most of my waking hours lost in another world, a spell binding fantastical world. Very much supported by my ravenous love and insatiable appetite for literature and poetry, my adventures were distinct and […]

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Embrace Your Curves

Embrace Your Curves

We all have heard of the colloquialism “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” which has meant different things to many people. This colloquialism has been a universal saying for years but yet we still have not gone deeper into the significance of this meaning. Beauty is a diverse subject that is translated through […]

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Attitude is Everything

Attitude is Everything

What do you think about yourself?  Who influenced your mind set?  Can you teach an old dog a new trick?  These were questions that arose in my conscious as I came to a crossroad in my life.  I began to question my views of the world and how they affect my life.  Freedom is a […]

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Scared of Lonely

Scared of Lonely

A couple of weeks ago I participated in the PLAATGS Spreecast hosted by Miss P and J from Up 4 Discussion where we chatted about fear and the viewers shared some of their fears as part of the conversation. I didn’t share mine with the group because I felt that I was the only one who was […]

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The Victim Mindset

The Victim Mindset

The saying that you can be your own worst enemy isn’t a lie. Speaking from my own experience I’ve been a victim of self-sabotaged numerous times and it took place in the way of being belittled, talked out of opportunities, and ridiculed. Things got to the point where I felt so defeated that I didn’t […]

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