I can’t believe it’s been almost A YEAR since I wrote a post on my blog. I sometimes worry about writing too personally and who will be reading it and what they will think…. and it stops me in my tracks. But, I checked my stats this morning and see that I’m still getting visits so… More Yourself
Wow, it’s been a L-O-N-G time since I’ve written anything on my own blog. I guess I’ve been spending too much time reading other blogs, novels, Facebook…anything, even the cereal box! I’m heading into the homestretch to the end of summer “vacation” before going back to school on August 18. Three more weeks of bliss…or… More Monday Musings
Well, that could mean a lot of different things…my heritage, the place I grew up, the jobs I’ve had, where I was a couple minutes ago (in bed sleeping). Once again I was re-reading some of my blog. It is fun to see the change and development in oneself over the course of time. I… More From whence I came…
you have got to read this blog post!!! some samples… I was fascinated by the notion that our minds and thoughts could make us physically ill, and I started wondering about our mind and thoughts in general. What are thoughts anyway? (Just thoughts.) And could something as simple as a thought truly change the way… More Being a victim does NOT serve you!
Reblogged From Healthy Place Self-Care For Higher Self-Esteem Posted on March 20, 2014 by Emily Roberts MA, LPC One of the most important things you can do for mind and body is take a break once in a while. That may mean taking time to stop and smell the roses or a more… More take care of yourself!!
Originally posted on Religion4All:
More good stuff on the topic of healing. Here’s a useful exercise in learning how to love yourself: Imagine all of the things that you say to yourself that are negative: “You’re too fat.”, or “That part sags.”, or how about “You’re a failure and you’ll never amount to anything.”…
The month of March is designated as Social Work Month. This coming week is specifically noted for School Social Workers. I am so proud to be a member of this exciting group! A School Social Worker’s mission is to promote academic success by reducing social, emotional, economic and environmental barriers to learning. Who are School… More Social Work Month