Category Archives: self-confidence

What really matters.

Life isn’t about what you do or who you are. Life is about those moments that just make you say “Wow. I did that.” –“Mex Nyman” Advertisements

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Blogging is not for pussies.

Don’t be a pussy.   Anyone who blogs about a sensitive topic, especially one that focuses on mental health issues (religion and politics would be up there too), is bound to run into haters and detractors at some point. If … Continue reading

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The real reason highly sensitive people get bullied.

I had an “Aha” moment today. The reason highly sensitive people get bullied so often isn’t because of our sensitivity. It’s because of the dismally low self esteem that tends to go along with being that sensitive, especially if we … Continue reading

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