The search for ‘more’ led me on a brand new path – building a business from the ground up in a field foreign to me. The biggest push was born from a fear of regret
By the time I added “trying to keep up with an active dog, active nieces and nephews, and be present in their lives”, the doctor herself looked tired.
For my Dad’s 65th Birthday, I asked him if he’d like to do a half marathon with me as a ‘gift’. Granted, 13.1 miles on foot does not really seem like a great gift, but I thought that the time spent together could be valuable.
I cannot believe how fast this year has gone! Even for me, who makes her New Year Resolutions before the calendar turns to January, I’m forcing myself to slow down and look back at 2014, before speeding headfirst into 2015.
With that turn of the phrase, my entire outlook shifted. I adopted a “Like me for me, or don’t; it’s okay” attitude.
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That charming side to their personality is merely a manipulative tactic, designed to encourage someone else to let their guard down, reveal insecurities and fears that the covert-aggressor will likely “prey on” later. Covert-aggressors are not motivated by helping others, although at times they may portray themselves that way.
Now that you are receiving personal guidance from your inner voice, what do you do with it? I hope this follow-up article helps you recognize the importance of trusting and listening to any inner wisdom that you glean.
Finding and harnessing your inner voice is about tapping into your personal power; your ability to gauge what is the best answer to each question in your life. It is about deeply having a clear vision of self at a soul level, versus the conscious mind. Then not being afraid to listen to and trust the truth that your inner voice shares with you.
A person’s five senses are often taken for granted. For Janet, the loss of her sight caused a major shift in her lifestyle. As a young mother with three children and a husband who was also having trouble with the disease, it almost seemed as if giving up was the only way. But with a little bit of effort and a lot of faith, Janet was able to rebuild her marriage and achieve her new identity through her unlikely passion – writing.