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Was I Ever Crazy…

Was I ever crazy, maybe. Or maybe life is. Crazy isn’t being broken, or swallowing a dark secret. It is you or me, amplified. If you have ever told a lie and enjoyed it. If you ever wished you could be a child, forever. They were not perfect, but they were my friends.” People are just precious people, without all the labels.

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Pity Party Plan

Have you ever tried to suppress a pity party? Sometimes we can do that successfully, other times it stays with us and usually comes back to kick us in the butt later. For the most part, pity parties are a waste of time and energy. Yet there are always exceptions and sometimes we just need a good pity party. As a Pity-Party-Person, I have come up with a Pity-Party-Plan.

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Friendships Can Either Imprison Us Or Help Give Us The Key To Be Free – Cycology of Illness

Are your friendships keeping your thinking in imprisonment of illness? Or do your friendships support you during illness? Are your friendships helping give you the key to be free from illness? These can be tough questions.

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Natural Blush – Hibiscus Tea Bag

Hibiscus flowers have such a strong pigment that you can use the tea bags as a blush for your cheeks to make them look sun-kissed. This is a perfect idea for the months (and years) of chronic illness when we wear so little make-up but want to look like we are still amongst the living.

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Rewording Life To Make It Work – Cycology

Words are tricky. They can cut us to the core… OR we can be tricky with words to make them work for us. I saw this recently and fell in love with the work trickery. F.A.I.L. and N.O. and E.N.D. have all new meanings during chronic illness…

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Attention Span of a Goldfish

The average attention span of a goldfish is 8 seconds and a human’s is 7 seconds. What the heck!!! Well, here we are, limited attention span AND brain fog and chronic illness and frustrations galore. And we are supposed to concentrate on healing????? Hang in there, even a goldfish can take it 8 seconds at a time.

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A Lemon A Day

Lemonade and sunshine, what a refreshing thought. Have you ever tried daily lemon water to see how it feels for your body? Most of us have read the basic benefits of lemon water. So why don’t most of us drink it daily? Are you willing to take the 14-Day Lemon Water Challenge? Download free challenge…

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90-DAY METABOLIC CHALLENGE

Their claims rang true when I did this 90-day challenge, it worked!!! Decrease Your Stress, Fatigue, Sleeplessness, Bodily-Pains, Blood-Sugar, Blood-Pressure, Irritability Or Depression Without Swallowing a Single Supplement! 100% GUARANTEED.

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Contagious Joy Creates Enthusiasm

Nothing real jolly about chronic illness. But when that is where you are, one of the best ways to dig out of the hole is finding some contagious joy. I don’t even care if it is pictures of this fun dude. It is contagious to see joy in others. It creates a sense of enthusiasm for life which is the best medicine.

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Full Moon Challenge May 2019

Time to get ready for the Full Moon Challenge. The next full moon will occur on May 18th, 2019 at 5:11 PM ET and will be a Full Flower Moon. With a decrease in melatonin weakening the immune system and an increase in serotonin enabling parasite mobility, it’s the perfect time to provide your body with extra support to maximize detox results. 

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