Category Archives: Willingness

Willingness

Be Happy

How I Changed Everything

Of course, you have to be open to try them in your life; reading or hearing something and not applying it is like watching aerobics while sitting on the couch eating ice cream – ie – you have to do the work… But if I can do it, I know you can!

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My Happiest Life

Advice for Depressed Mother with Panic Attacks

I feel cheated in life..that why did it have to happen to me at such a lovely time in my life…my son was in kindergarten..and instead of being truly happy… I was a nervous wreck…having panic attacks for no reason.. crying for no reason… EVEN STILL I was STRONG enough to be there for my son…and my daughter too..like nothing was wrong with mommy…I participated in all his school activities.. and even volunteered regularly in his classroom…even if inside I felt like I was dying…I did it because of my love for my kids…and that makes me proud of myself…that I was able to do that regardless of how I was feeling inside.” ~ Charity

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My Happiest Life

Advice for a Depressed Widow

I received a message recently from one of our members, I’ll call her Lisa. Lisa’s husband died suddenly 7 months ago and she’s been sinking into a depression ever since then. She was asking me for advice on how to return to her normal, happy self. I thought I’d share her story with you and how I think Lisa can take action today to reclaim her happy life.

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Growing and Changing are a Part Of My Happiest Life

Hi!  My name is Karen Myranda Bostick and I started this blog 3 years ago, when I had a different name, and a much different life than I have now.  I was compelled to share my stories of how truly unhappy I was in my life (I’m talking about seriously unhappy…) and the little steps…

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Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast!

“One can’t believe impossible things.” “I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” Lewis Carroll via Gay Hendricks, The Corporate Mystic :-)

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