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Why Being Afraid Means You’re Getting Close

Fear happens. Failure happens. These are natural, normal, incredibly potent and powerful tools in our lives. Fear doesn’t have to paralyze you into indecision or inaction. Feeling fear is a reflection of not seeing yourself in your full power…
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In the Face of Newton, CT Tragedy: Turn Towards the Light

I wish I had something poignant and comforting to say about today's tragedy. I don't. There is no explanation, so I won't search for one. I will turn away from the dark, not indulging in the media frenzy or the useless hypothesizing about…
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Big Foot Hero!

My extended family likes a good practical joke especially, one that involves fear and a few screaming children. Poor Ainsley still won’t walk down my Grandmother’s hall because of the time her Great Uncle Nelson jumped out of the closet…
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Who's Afraid of . . . .

What's your daughter afraid of? How to you help them through it to find their courage and inner peace? I try to teach my kids what works for me. I use a technique called tapping. It's basically acupressure you apply to your self to release…
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Marriage & Courage

My husband, Jeremy, and I went on a marriage retreat over the weekend. We left the children with NaNa and PawPaw. I highly recommend leaving the children behind to spend time dedicated to the marriage and your spouse. Marriage is hard work. It's…
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GIRL HERO!

Ainsley was my hero on Saturday night. So, I'll tell you about our really cool $33 birthday party for Ainsley tomorrow. Jeremy was out and I was having a snugglefest and popcorn night on the couch with the kids. Pure bliss. We had just watched…
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B-R-A-V-E

by Tracee Sioux I'm scared. Of course you're scared. Brave means you do something even though you're scared. You're B-R-A-V-E, Brave. You always have been. I'm afraid you'll let go of me. Well, I already let go of you and guess what?…
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Terrorism Commercial

by Tracee Sioux Flash from scared innocent kids asking these questions: Mom, Dad, how long should I wait for you? What if something happens, will you come get me? What if I'm at soccer practice, will you come get me? Mom, If you're not…