Category Archive: Self Care


  You cannot find what you really desire Have a relationship that deeply resonates with you Live your true purpose Find real peace of mind Be happy with who you are If you… Continue reading


If you don’t take care of yourself first, you will wake up one day and realize that you lost years trying to help other people who didn’t want help while neglecting yourself. There’s… Continue reading


Is it: Perception instead of reality Panic instead of calm Anxiety instead of insight   Use caution when making a serious decision under an extreme emotional state Because emotional states do not last… Continue reading

Life is Better Sober. Time to Start Living

“Life is better sober.   Sober up and stop killing yourselves and each other. Time to start living” Carlos Yesterday there was an article I posted from Sober Nation about the effects of addiction… Continue reading

Nine Ways to Help Yourself Through Depression

Re-posting by request and originally posted at By:  Velinda Peyton I don’t think there is anyone who hasn’t suffered from depression at some time in their life.  Depression can be anything from… Continue reading

Is It Your Fault If You Can’t Heal Yourself? – Part 3

By: Lissa Rankin Monday, February 4th, 2013 In Part 1 of this 4 part blog series, I discussed how there’s no place for blame, shame or guilt in any healing conversation, and nobody… Continue reading

How to Forgive the Unforgiveable

Karen Salmansohn,

Is It Your Fault If You Can’t Heal Yourself? – Part 2

By Lissa Rankin Monday, January 28th, 2013 In Part 1 of this blog series Is It Your Fault If You Can’t Heal Yourself, I addressed the questions of whether or not we should… Continue reading

The Prescription For Gratitude

 By:  Lissa Rankin For those of us in the United States, today is a day of giving thanks, of counting our blessings, of expressing gratitude, of remembering how far we’ve come. But even… Continue reading

The Power of Unconditional Acceptance

Kris Carr  from Positively Positive Hi Friend, Once upon a time, I wanted to be a movie star, a fancy photographer, a pilot. I wanted to dance on Broadway (I did). I wanted… Continue reading