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Dress Codes Hide Midriffs. Do They Hide the Self?

Dress Code

We might be covering up more than just shoulders. There has been a lot of talk lately about dress code in schools, and the debate goes a little something like this: are these rules protecting our young women or are we punishing them for society’s over-sexualization of the female body and preventing them from being themselves? Jezebel…

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What’s Your Motivation?

motivation written on blackboard

You wake up, brush your teeth, work-out, clean last night’s dishes. You get ready for work, spend 45 minutes driving and the next 8 hours of your life at a messy desk. You come home, cook dinner, sweep the floors, check your email, and fall asleep to Netflix. But why? OK, so the teeth-brushing and…

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What We Wish Our Parents Knew When We Were Younger

Natural Sense of Self

Even if we had the best upbringing the world has to offer, we’re all sure to have had experienced misunderstandings with our parents and/or caregivers.   And many times the conflict we encounter with our parents is due to our desire to become and maintain our truest selves.   Our parent(s) may often knowing or…

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Thought of the Day, June 28th 2012

This above all: to thine own self be true, And it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man. From “Hamlet” ~ Shakespeare I want you to be everything that’s you, deep at the center of your being. Confucius

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