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3 Easy Self-Care Tips for Women who Overgive

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Women these days can do it all, right? Have a career, be a good friend, create an amazing nest and care for everyone in it – wait, what? Everyone? Hmmm… Especially for women who have experienced narcissistic abuse, we tend to overgive. We usually put ourselves last on the To Do list of people to care for. (And a lot of times we don’t even get to us.) When my clients first come to me for recovery from narcissistic abuse, many of them lament that, because they have “so many things” to do (for others), there’s little time left for …

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What is a life coach by Dr. Tristan Sophia

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At age 49, I was desperate for a new career. I’d been working in the mental health field for over 30 years, 20 of them as a psychologist. You could say I was a little burned out. I live in the mountains far from any city and wanted an online business, so I could kiss my commute goodbye. I also wanted a career where I could use my hard-won mental health skills. Previous jobs had me working with clients who were not voluntarily seeking help and most of whom weren’t open to change, even though they wanted to feel better. …

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VoiceAmerica TV Interview

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Listen to the Full Episode by using the link below. https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/126406/indulge-in-you-and-shine Do you believe that it’s possible to weave magic into the mundane, simple? Have you embraced YOUR unique gifts? Do you know that transformation IS possible? Join us as Rebecca Hall Gruyter delves deeper into these topics with our dynamic guest, Carmell Pelly. Pulling from her own life and powerful journey, Carmell will share ways that you too can grow and embrace transformation – no matter where you’ve been or where you’re at. Her passion is to reveal the best in you and help you find your destiny.

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Compassion

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You see heroin, I see low self-esteem. You see meth, I see fear. You see alcohol, I see social anxiety. You see track marks, I see depression. You see a Junkie, I see someone’s son. You see a prostitute, I see someone’s daughter caught in addiction. You see self-centeredness, I see addiction has taken over. You see a pill head, I see overprescribing of opiates. You see someone unwilling to change, I see someone hasn’t connected with them yet. You see denial, I see someone hurting. You see someone nodding out, I see someone showing us they need help. You …

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