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from Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life
Welcome to a selection of the posts that I have read and enjoyed over the last couple of days. If you would like to share your post here.. just put the link into the comments or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fatigue for many men and women is a daily struggle and there are a number of factors that contribute to this debilitating and threat to the body. Christy Birmingham has written an article on the subject that offers some tips on overcoming the issue.
Tired of feeling tired? Being low in energy is the worst, everything feels like a huge chore, and it has you feeling like you want to climb into bed and just be left alone. It’s easy to put tiredness down to lack of sleep due to being so busy, but actually, there are lots of different things that could come into play. Here are just a…
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from When Women Inspire
It happens to us all, we get sick, it’s part of the human condition that is ever in a state of flux. No, we don’t tend to like it too much, and, of course, we don’t have to surrender to always be this way. In fact, for many of us, a guiding force is getting well again. But there are some important things to remember when we are on our journey to recovery. Keep reading to find out what they are.
Focus on what is and not what used to be
A major problem for folks that are in recovery whether it’s from physical illness or a mental issue is that they look at their situation and focus on how they use to be. This is of course very understandable.
Getting ill or having an accident can be quite a shock to the system and it can play havoc with…
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from Diary of a Recovering Codependent
Last night I rented Beauty and the Beast on Xfinity for my granddaughter, E. I think she has watched it 3 times already and we’re probably in for at least one more viewing today I’m sure.As I sat in my office working today, I could hear the movie playing. I remembered that my daughter’s boyfriend (EM) took E to see it when it came out in the theaters.
I just have to give kuddos to EM who is not the biological father of my granddaughter, but has been in her life since she was about 2 – 3 months old.
After EM took E to see Beauty and the Beast, they went to Wal-Mart to pick up a couple of things. E saw a toy, the rose in the glass dome and wanted it. It was a bit pricey so E decided to make her one. They found the…
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