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Jill Shirley
With malice toward none, with charity for all. 🎶📚🏊🏼🏞🙏🏻❤✌🏻
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Jill Shirley 6h
It puts the ‘pop’ in psychology.
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Jill Shirley 6h
Replying to @terrydresbach2
Is that framed & hanging in your home somewhere? 💕
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Jill Shirley 7h
Replying to @terrydresbach2
I LOVE these. Beautiful, sad, and surreal. What’s in the tree in the top left image? It’s hard for me to tell.
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Jill Shirley 7h
Replying to @terrydresbach2
So cool!! We have our general meeting this morning, so I have to miss the discussion, AGAIN. Sigh… I will catch up later.
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Jill Shirley 7h
Replying to @jongarysteele
Wow!! I love it!!
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David Rothkopf 22h
This is the president’s campaign chairman folks. Let’s not allow ourselves to be numb to how shocking this is.
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
That’s (politely) called disordered thinking.
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
Top drawer advice.👌🏻
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
This is s stupid free zone. No such thing hereabouts.
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
It always comes back to our relationship w ourselves. Like any relationship, it takes care, nurture, time, love & a deep commitment in order to grow and thrive. Our relationship to others and the world is secondary and - Oh Joy! - becomes easier if we attend to the fundamentals.
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
I celebrate your “quiet, fierce presence” Mary. That’s a beautiful description, and how I see you.
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
I hear you. Your experience of the post re Nancy Pelosi that began this conversation.
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
I meant the reaction that you were getting…
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
Really? Why/how does it make it worse? Does it make it worse for men, women, or both?
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
I find those moments challenging and illuminating.
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
For me there was. I devoted myself to developing the courage and the strength to be my truest, best self without the need for external supports and validation. I’m a work in progress but I like myself much better and have faith in my gifts - something I lacked growing up.
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
👋🏻😘
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
My mom never fought for me. The message to me was to be quiet, humble and put everyone else first. It’s been a lifelong project to take the risk of exposure and rejection.
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
I would add there is an important distinction between what is happening to you externally and what is happening internally. I’ve spent decades working on the internal so that I could more skillfully & bravely manage the external. It’s a lifelong process of growth - and humility.
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Jill Shirley Feb 15
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