How to Use Memories to Stay Strong

Memories serve to keep us safe. As Mark Twain noted no cat sits twice on a hot stove — that also means no cat sits on a cold stove.  More to think about: Emotional Fitness Training is designed to keep negative feelings from controlling. Memories trigger feelings, some good, some bad. Looking for the lessons  found …

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Homeless in your heart?

Happy where you live and where you work? Lucky you. Not happy in either place, think you can do deserve better?  Is this you? EMotional fitness thoughts and tips A brute face of life being happy where you live or work, is a matter of luck.  One bit of bad luck is living where your …

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Staying Strong Series

THE TWELVE DAILY EMOTIONAL FITNESS TRAINING EXERCISES Exercise Six:  Honor past gifts God gave us memories that we might have roses in December. J.M. Barrie, author of Peter Pan This exercise asks you to pay special attention to memories of those responsible for all you have or are now.  We are the continuation of all the generations …

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