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Never let the unacceptable become the acceptable

  I saw the above title in a quote this week, and it really triggered a big reflection for me. A reflection on how many times in the past I’ve done exactly that – let the unacceptable become the acceptable. How in the past I’ve allowed myself to be treated with disrespect due to my own shitty boundaries. How I’ve allowed others to emotionally abuse me – some for years. How I gave my energy and power away on the…

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Are you drinking poison and expecting the other person to die?

Kurt Vonnegut said “hate, in the long run, is about as nourishing as cyanide.”He’s so right.Are you holding on to repressed anger, bitterness, resentment or hate?Who are you directing that towards?Do you know what those kind of emotions do you your physiology, physical body and mental health when you refuse to let them go?Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die. The only person we are really hurting is ourselves. Toxic emotions can create serious…

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Why forgiveness is so important

I was interviewed by the gorgeous Catherine Keeley from Nourished Life a couple of weeks ago about the power of forgiveness. It was such a fun chat with lots of awesome tips and practical techniques you can use to move forward in your own life. Forgiveness doesn’t have to be about forgiving the person to their face. Holding onto resentment is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die. Do yourself a favour and let that shit go!…

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