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Celebrity Fundraiser for Wolves Saving Lives

October 13, 2013 11:54 PM0 comments
Celebrity Fundraiser for Wolves Saving Lives

  Lori Wynn has raised wolves for over a decade, but when economic challenges hit, she found herself in a peculiar predicament.  She needed a safe place to house her wolves that would allow her to stay involved in their daily lives. It wasn’t until she crossed paths with a […]

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Suzanne Perry – Domestic Violence and Bullying Support

October 2, 2013 3:14 PM0 comments
Suzanne Perry –  Domestic Violence and Bullying Support

Suzanne Perry Business Name: OP Music House Website URL: http://www.opmusichouse.org Email Address: suzanne@opmusichouse.org Year Founded: 2010 Number of Employees: 1 What does your company do?: Domestic violence and bullying support, networking, and advocacy. Speaking engagements, workshops, and events to promote awareness, prevention, education and confidence training after coming out of an abusive […]

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Who Is Creating Your Reality? By Linda McCarthy Ph.D

September 24, 2013 6:03 PM0 comments

How do you create a more authentic life? That is a struggle for millions of people. It’s so much easier for us to slap on a mask and hide behind it, because we have no idea who the heck we are. We have been told for years that we should […]

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Protect what is yours. 3 Ways to protect the most important thing you’ve got!

September 22, 2013 2:25 PM0 comments
Protect what is yours. 3 Ways to protect the most important thing you’ve got!

Protect what is yours. 3 Ways to protect the most important thing you’ve got! Home and vehicle security is a multi-billion dollar industry. Sadly, it is a necessity in the world we share. While most people put a lot of focus securing their home and vehicle, they forget about protecting […]

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Maybe it is time to TEST THE WALLS!

September 18, 2013 10:15 PM0 comments
Maybe it is time to TEST THE WALLS!

Are you able to do everything you want in life? If not, maybe it is time to TEST THE WALLS! In multiple examples, people have conducted an experiment with fish by inserting a glass wall into an aquarium, dividing two or more fish, exiling a fish to one side. At […]

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Are You the Saboteur Of Your Own Life? By Linda M. McCarthy Ph.D

September 17, 2013 11:02 PM0 comments

I think the archetype of the Saboteur is one of the more challenging ones, because it’s incredibly difficult for people to accept that they betray themselves. When I speak of Archetypes, I am referring to a template of a persona, like ‘The Wicked Queen, The Brave Hero, or the Beautiful […]

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October is Anti-Bullying Month!

September 14, 2013 10:06 PM0 comments
October is Anti-Bullying Month!

October is National Bully Prevention Month! Wear Orange to signify this awareness! You can purchase T-shirts here: http://www.pacer.org/bullying/nbpm/unity-day-t-shirt.asp You’ll be supporting a good cause if you do! Thanks to the Trisha Goddard show in Stamford, CT for making me aware of this! First of all, I just want to thank […]

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Absorber Or Observer?

September 10, 2013 6:59 PM0 comments
Sherry Anshara

For sure you have heard of Vampires? Don’t they drain your blood, suck the life out of you? Hmmmm! Are there really vampires? Or are these vampires masquerading as people in your life? If the answer is yes, then ask your Self why have you invited them in to drain […]

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5 Little Known Factors that Could Affect Your Self-Esteem

September 6, 2013 6:52 AM0 comments
5 Little Known Factors that Could Affect Your Self-Esteem

What is Self-Esteem?  Self-Esteem is a vital part of our well-being. It is that little voice in our head that gives us:  the confidence and courage to keep going,  to do things that we have not done before,                    to feel good […]

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Are Your Teens Addicted to Anger?

August 30, 2013 2:59 PM0 comments
Are Your Teens Addicted to Anger?

A recent Harvard Medical School study found that nearly 8% of adolescents experienced bouts of extreme anger sufficient to be diagnosed as “intermittent explosive disorder” – a form of mental illness. My only surprise is that the number was not higher. Over the past 20 plus years during my work […]

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