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Channeling the Anticipation of Advent
Susan Isaacs
By Susan Isaacs
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It’s Advent, otherwise known as the season when retailers you didn’t even know existed are bombing your email inbox with coupons for crap you didn’t even know existed. Buy a dog bed online, and Hammacher Schlemmer will send you an offer on a John Deere Cuckoo clock, complete with a different tractor sound on every […]

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How to Deal with Pain You Can’t Fix
Rick McKinley
By Rick McKinley
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We spend a good amount of energy trying to avoid pain. Our bodies are created with nerves that are sensitive to pain; they send messages to our brain in an instant telling us to move our hand away from the flame, or letting us know we just stepped on something sharp. We would be foolish to avoid those warnings. Otherwise, we’d be pretty mangled up people limping about our lives with missing body parts. But there is another type of pain..

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How Codependency Holds Both People Back
Donald Miller
By Donald Miller
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Recently I found myself wanting to fix somebody. It’s a bad habit. I’ve had it all my life and I’m getting better in percentages. Wanting to fix somebody is basically codependency. Perhaps in its mild form, but codependency all the same. If there’s been any health evolving in my life over the years it’s been in learning that other people are other people and their psychological health is not my responsibility [...]

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