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I Just Can’t Let You Go, Cupcake! (Sometimes, it IS OK to hold on to our past)

http://ownyourcupcake.com            All sorts of mental health experts tell us we need to let go of the past in order to move onto the future. I completely agree. Except, well, except for when I disagree, like right now. This time, I can’t let go, and I argue that sometimes it IS OK to hold on to our past. Continue reading I Just Can’t Let You Go, Cupcake! (Sometimes, it IS OK to hold on to our past)

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Quit Feeling Sorry for Yourself, Cupcake! (Breaking Free From Shame)

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Breaking Free from Shame

The word “gratitude” is the new shame word for this decade. How many times have we heard “You need to be grateful” over the course of our lives?  We hear this phrase as children, as teenagers, and even as adults, the theme echoing from past and overlapping the present. Continue reading Quit Feeling Sorry for Yourself, Cupcake! (Breaking Free From Shame)

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