Feeling good about yourself is not always a bad thing. There is nothing wrong with experiencing a sense of satisfaction after a job well done, a test passed successfully, help provided to a friend or any other type of activity. In fact it seems to be the very thing that many people strive for,…

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“April showers bring May flowers.” It’s that time again—despite the “crazy” weather of the past two weeks. In the space of a fifteen minute window it hailed hard and fast, followed by sheets of sideways rain, and then the dark grey clouds dissipated, leaving snowy white clouds hanging in a bright blue sky. And within…

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Allow me to introduce myself. I am the illustration of the term “Feel-good-about-Self.”  I am one of the 40 new concepts that are launched in the upcoming book by Antoinetta Vogels:  A healthy Sense Of Self – How to be true to yourself and make your world a better place! I represent a feeling that…

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Editor’s note: David Innes is many things and happily for the team that is HealthySenseofSelf, he is much more than our webmaster and technical go to guy. He is as passionate about the HySoS Mission and Method as he is about technology, his family, his community, education and social justice issues. His contributions to team…

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“I wish for you discomfort at easy answers, half truths, and superficial relationships so that you will live deep in your heart. “May you be blessed with anger at injustice, oppression, and exploitation so that you will work for justice, equity, and peace. “May God bless you with tears to shed for those who suffer…

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A series for a new year and a new you—if you are willing to give up what doesn’t work anymore and get to know your Real Self Are you thinking you are ready to do great things? And if you are thinking you are…: Are you equipped to not only conceive of an idea that…

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I caught myself – it was only a split second – but I caught myself thinking- or was it a feeling?- yes almost a feeling. It was such an internalized thought that it was almost a feeling…I caught myself feel-thinking, somewhere in the back of my head, almost unnoticeable but I did notice it because…

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