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Okay, I hate my life, my job sucks, the kids are fighting, I have no money, I can’t breathe, my chest hurts, Oh my God I think I will die, I can’t breathe ….

Change the record already 15 tips to survive an anxiety attack and how to stop them

I could work myself up into quite a tizzy on a moment’s notice and didn’t realize that I had the control to stop the anxiety attack.  To this day I am thankful that I found the ways to grow stronger as a woman, especially in the aftermath of the abuse I lived through for years. Click here to read more

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Do you struggle to live in the moment? Are you safe and away from abuse but still struggle to stop and smell the flowers?

Living in the moment I finally realized why I struggled to live in the moment after domestic violenceYou are not alone, for many, myself included, letting your guard down and enjoying simple things can be a struggle after years of domestic violence. Most times I feel like I am doing everything that I can to avoid living in the moment by thinking about my past or thinking about what I am not doing or need to do for my future. To read more click here

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Living in the Moment - I finally realized why I struggled to live in the moment after domestic violenceLiving in the Moment - I finally realized why I struggled to live in the moment after domestic violence

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Mirror Mirror on the Wall – how staring down that woman in the mirror can help you recover from abuse

One of my all-time favorite books is called Simple Abundance by Sarah Ban Breathnach. If you never read another book of self-discovery, read this one. A dear friend gave me this book a few years after I was out of the abuse. It is set up to read a quote and then one page for the day, something to inspire you and make you think. I read that book front to back for over five years. To read more click here 

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Aftermath of abuse, advice to help your anger and guilt from domestic violence.

The reason that I wanted to write about the anger and guilt I believe many women suffer with in the aftermath of abuse is because if you don’t move past the anger and self-inflicted guilt you will never be happy.  Take the Time to Heal, it is Worth it! To read more click here.

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