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When I was younger I firmly believed that forgiveness meant accepting poor treatment from others – I had no real notion of what forgiveness really was. Forgiveness means releasing yourself from the poisonous emotions of pride (or the ego), humiliation, shame, hatred and resentment. It

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As someone who has struggled with forgiveness in the past, one of the main things that held me back and prevented me from finding peace was the misconceptions I had about forgiveness. I truly believed that forgiveness was akin to reconciling and accepting poor behavior.   Below

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When faced with a threat our reptilian brain kicks in and throws us into flight fight or freeze mode. This is an automatic and instinctive response built into us from millennia ago when we had to scavenge for food and fight off lions to survive. The

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So far we’ve looked at the first five steps to fostering more self-discipline, these being:   Know your goals and where you are headed Don’t pay any attention to enablers Set yourself up for success Make a commitment Breaks and rewards   This week we look at the

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  So far we’ve talked through the first three steps of fostering more self-discipline:   Know your goals and where you are headed Don’t pay any attention to enablers Set yourself up for success   This week we look at arguably one of the most important steps – making

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As I discussed last week, having grown up in a somewhat cluttered environment I yearned for an organised, streamlined living environment where absolutely everything had its place. In my early twenties I was far from organised and, not having carved out a career for myself

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I grew up in a somewhat cluttered house and from a very early age I yearned for a super organised, decluttered environment. By the time I hit my early twenties, in line with the lack of discipline indicative of that decade, my attempts at creating

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