wasn't for finding your site last year, reading all the newsletters as
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about my life. I'm applying as quickly as I can the principles that
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Cedarfire Newsletter Tools For Your Mind, Soul, and
Overcome the Spiritual Block of Overwhelm by Linda-Ann Stewart. In today's world, we all struggle with too much to do and feeling overwhelmed. It creates stress, which reduces our peace, effectiveness and ability to function. There are some definite steps to take to reduce this common problem. Discover 6 specific ways you can conquer the distress of overwhelm, and live a happier, more peaceful life.
How many roles do you fill? Do you ever feel like they're pulling you in a hundred different directions all at once? This contributes to a feeling of overwhelm, because you can't do it all. Learn a couple of techniques of how you can prioritize yourself in a way that supports your mental and physical health. Watch "Make Yourself a Priority to Reduce Overwhelm."
I posted an article I wrote last year, "Habits Become Your Destiny." Over 90% of your thoughts, beliefs and actions are ruled by habits. Learn how to make choices that lead to habits that will support the outcomes you want.
Sparks of Insight has a couple of posts. One's an affirmation about focusing on what's good in your life, and a comment on how to turn lemons into lemonade.
In Trending Articles of the Week, there are links to articles on: understanding stress, making good decisions, 4 kinds of introversion, ways to lower stress, how to handle someone shouting at you, and a path to happiness.
I answered the question from a reader, "Is my soul giving me the answer to my prayer?"
The book review this month is "Healing the Shame that Binds You." This is a classic in personal development literature. If you grew up in a dysfunctional home, as most people have, you were instilled with feelings of shame for natural needs and desires. This book gives specific exercises to overcome that and be able to become the person you were meant to be.
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