Recovering The SelfA Journal of Hope and Healing

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Burying the Dead

by Michell Spoden Today I am here to talk about a very important topic, one that draws close to the heart. My deepest heartfelt concerns for the unclaimed …

Netflix vs Crackle vs ShowBox

by Swati Sharma Recently, there is a growing trend of watching movies and latest tv shows on smartphones. Customers are enjoying this phase with an ultimate …

7 Steps to Developing Good Habits

by StartBloggingOnline.com One sure way to make yourself more productive is to start incorporating good practices in your life. These positive habits could …

Understanding Addiction: When It Isn’t Just a Choice

by Maurine Anderson The word “addiction” is surrounded by a myriad of myths and misconceptions, and research as to why and how addiction starts is …

Rules For Life – Common Sense is not Cowardice

by Ken La Salle Welcome back to my continuing series of Rules For Life. As part of my preparation for returning to the Pacific Crest Trail in 2017, I’ve …

New Grads in the Workplace: 5 Tips for Surviving Your First Job

by Per Wickstrom The only place where I’ve seen almost as much concentrated and highly prevalent substance abuse as I’ve seen in college has been in the …

8 Simple Ways to Eat Healthy on a Budget

by Tom from Personalincome.org A big part of getting your life into check is to put the right stuff into your body. Eating healthy food is the first step to …

Choose Not Lose

The following story is excerpted from the book Szen Zone: Reaching a State of Positive Change, by Gary Szenderski. The book is a compilation of heartwarming …

Anxiety, Medication, and Sleep — What’s Keeping You Up?

by Nick Hasche For those of us who struggle with anxiety, many things can keep us up at night. Worry, fear, anxiousness, and a general feeling of dread can …

How to Control Your Temper

by Darci Maxwell There are few things as unpleasant as somebody suffering from an external bout of unreasonable anger. We often call this a “bad temper.” …

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