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Tania Perlin Apr 23
Civility and politeness don’t cost anything but mean so much to those on the receiving end. No matter what your views are on any subject, demeaning others is not acceptable.
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Return to Wellness® 1m
Has a loved one experienced a in the past 2 years and has issues with accepting it? I am researching in the context of serious health issues and would like to include the perspective. Get in touch
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Nyki🌻 Apr 22
I'm just expecting everyone in GOT to die at this point. No one is ever safe, all the charater arcs have been completed, AND the white walkers are about to screw everyone over.
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Paul Drabble 10h
Do you accept people whose truth conflicts with your truth!
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Anita E. Wladichuk 13h
This book helped open my eyes to what children go through when dealing with life’s hardships...That the struggle for , , or to be can consume & overwhelm a child...~Kimberly Cheryl–Author: Shattered Reality.
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Angela Rocca Killela 6h
My 15 year old son says to me today, I want to wear my dress to school. I held my breath for 8 hours until after school when he told me his day went well. I know there's a real struggle out there, and it's been real for us in many ways, but today was a win.
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Finally Anxiety Free 19h
The more acceptance we experience, the easier it gets. It really doesn’t matter what it is, so long as we experience acceptance. If we cannot accept anything right now, then we “accept that we cannot accept”. Even that builds our “acceptance muscle”.
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kelvin donald 4h
Replying to @Keld0ns
🗣Imagine being Accepted,not for Your Looks or the car yuh drive, or the clothes yuh wear,for none of the external things,but for what’s inside Yuh. imagine someone who really knows us, with our frailties and failings,and still accepts us for who we are.That’s Love ❤️
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jennyrapp 23h
Wednesday - Acceptance/ACT: Today's post is about the importance of reflecting on what substances & strategies you use to handle suffering & at what costs: More inspiration on how to be free with psychology at
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mitchell bess Apr 22
The standard for most beautiful bride as Anna in ‘A Million Ways to Die..’, is even more beautiful - and we find out she’s beautiful on the inside, too.
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Zen Parenting Radio 12h
"Researcher claims that —treating yourself with , , and —is a healthy alternative to the incessant striving and performance orientation often tied up with self-esteem." via
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Scott Lawrence 5h
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Rose Lyn 21h
Proud of you self for not stalking his account for today. 🤝🤝🤝
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The Perfect Piece Apr 23
Sir Issac Newton.He changed the world and made us see it differently but maybe one of the coolest things he did was change the world while being suspected of having Autism.What do you know about him?
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Trinity Esoterics Apr 23
Do you believe expansion needs to be painful? Many of you do. This is due to thinking of expansion as being stretched beyond your capacity. But what if expansion could be joyful? Have you... via
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John C Davis 5h
See that smile on that person you just greeted? I bet it’s because they saw you today.
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Sriram acharya Apr 23
Read more, Delve deeper, Infer but not judge and then probe for more answers would be the typical vector for any belief system including the old and religiously sacrosanct. For is more important than
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Down Syndrome Nation 4h
We are tempted to stare when we see something that is out of the ordinary. DSN founder shares her thoughts about staring with "good intentions, joy and kindness".
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Asif Farooqui 2h
& in on the rise in our society. and of other's opinion and beliefs is hardly respected. must demonstrate positive traits, so other may follow . . .
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Michelle Telischak 10h
Check out our 5th great art work inspired by the Newark Art Museum visit entitled “Our True Colors”! So proud of our Fernbrook artists 😊🎨
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