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Blaming and complaining surrenders your power to change things and raises your blood pressure
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Quit the Complaining Club

by David Stone
When we take something seriously we are able to develop and implement solutions
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The difference between taking it seriously and worrying

by David Stone
“Next time... we will laugh more, we'll love more; we just won't be so afraid.”
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If I wasn’t so afraid I would…

by David Stone
Playing to win requires boldness, daring and risk taking.
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Genius and power and magic

by David Stone
Look up, constantly picturing the summit, and your RAS will show you the path forward every time.
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Don’t look down

by David Stone
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Wisdom from the Kmart

by Rev. Susan Sparks
6/18/07:   Thomas the Tank toy.   
PHOTO CREDIT: Lars Klove for The New York Times
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How to get back on track

by David Stone
Woman with insomnia lying in bed with open eyes
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What to Do When You Can’t Fall Asleep

by David Stone
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Why pointing to the elephant in the room is the best approach to dealing with the elephant

by Joanna Bloor
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There Is Nothing To Worry About.

by Isabel Mar
The Origin of Anxiety
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Why do I have to worry?

by Patrick J. Sweeney II - The Fear Guru
Photo Credit: Tick-Tock via iStock
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Why getting sick ultimately gave me a better life

by Shira Miller

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