Tag: self love

How I Overcame Anxiety

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By Vanessa I see a lot of people on Twitter these days talk about anxiety. Some talk about the attacks they are having and some talk about getting through the anxiety – whether it is a day or a week, you did it and you should be proud. Me, I can say I have been …

15 Things I Love About Myself

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My down days fill me up with negative thoughts about myself. I insult my body, my face, my (lack of) career, everything. I look down at myself and squash my self-esteem til it’s pretty much gone. It’s very hard to get out of that way of thinking once you are in it. So, to potentially …

20 Pieces Of Harsh But True Life Advice

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Life is hard. Sometimes we get stuck, sometimes we get overwhelmed. Sometimes it is easier to just plod along. In those kinds of moments, some tough love can be just what the doctor ordered. Yes, a few words aren’t going to solve your problems completely, but they might give you that motivating kick up the …

Dear Past Me, From Future Me

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By Vicky Dear Past Vicky, It’s funny because there shouldn’t be a need to write all of what I am about to mention as you don’t know it and haven’t felt it yet. There shouldn’t be a need to regret the past as that’s what it is; the past. Ultimately I know the past will …

A Note To My Younger Self

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By Ivy Iris When I was thinking about my life and reflecting on my decisions and the consequences that followed, I thought about what I may want to do differently. I thought about the wise words of my mother and late father and I began to tear up. At the mere age of 29, I …