No Picnic In Sight

No Picnic In Sight Upon being diagnosed with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, I saw the reality behind the greatest myth of mental illness, the myth that The Victim Is Unaware of His or Her Own Condition. A childhood flooded with media depictions of the mentally ill had lead me to believe that the afflicted had somehow been […]

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Hearts Made Strong

Hearts Made Strong The heart seems to be one of the most vulnerable in the system because it is the one that has held the most fear, the most old pain, perhaps, and repressed energy. It is the one that is most afraid to open to pure unconditional love, which is indeed where your power […]

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The Ghost Of Fear

The Ghost Of Fear To understand the ghost of fear, let me tell you a short parable: Once upon a time, Jake and Fear were friends. Fear was Jake’s constant companion, and Fear helped him a lot. Fear saved him from lots of troubles and dangers, and helped him choose right paths and ways in […]

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Six Things You Can Do To Prepare For The Coming Pandemic

Six Things You Can Do To Prepare For The Coming Pandemic A recent survey showed that 60% of American businesses were not ready for the coming Avian Influenza pandemic. However, 73% said they wanted to get ready, but weren’t sure what to do. Here then, is a starter list of six things you should include […]

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How To Survive A Small Business Setback

How To Survive A Small Business Setback (NC)-Business ups and downs are a part of an entrepreneur’s life. But sometimes the downs can reach the point where they seriously threaten the survival of your business. Many factors can contribute to business difficulties. You may have been outflanked by a competitor, or have been blindsided by […]

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Preparing For Disaster. Diabetic Preparedness Key To Survival This Season

When Hurricane Katrina struck last August, people with diabetes faced particular challenges, especially those using insulin. More than 20 million people in America have diabetes, and many others suffer with other chronic health conditions. During this year’s hurricane and tornado season, Eli Lilly and Company, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of insulin, suggests that […]

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Preparing For Disaster. Diabetic Preparedness Key To Survival This Season

Preparing For Disaster. Diabetic Preparedness Key To Survival This Season When Hurricane Katrina struck last August, people with diabetes faced particular challenges, especially those using insulin. More than 20 million people in America have diabetes, and many others suffer with other chronic health conditions. During this year’s hurricane and tornado season, Eli Lilly and Company, […]

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Illegal Logging

Illegal Logging Logging is a very common type of work that takes place in order to remove trees from their nature environment. They are then used to make a variety of products that we use on a daily basis. Yet there are laws about where you can conduct such types of events. There are also […]

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What Inhibits Our Learning?

What Inhibits Our Learning? Our behavior is formed under two desires: to be rewarded or to avoid punishment. If you have a stimulus to learn your potential will endlessly grow. The process of learning involves a lot of other including habit development. There is a way to speed up this process and that is to […]

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Inspecting Your Chimney And Its Liners

Inspecting Your Chimney And Its Liners If you have a chimney, when was the last time you replaced your liner? If that question stumps you, then it might be time to investigate the situation a little and probably even consider having your chimney inspected. You may be due for a new liner. Although chimneys are […]

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