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How to Create New Habits to Be Successful

-Mayah Taylor, MA Habits are behaviors that can become automatic for us. As we said in the previous blog, habits can be good and bad. They are above all else unique to each individual. When creating habits it’s important to know the process of what makes a habit. There are three steps that occur when […]

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Quote of the day: just allow it to be.

There’s horror and beauty in everything. I look at my hand, and it’s decaying. It’s beautiful and horrible at the same moment, and I just live with it. See the beauty and perfection of decay in the world around you and in yourself, and just allow it to be. -Ram Dass

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Quote of the day: Intentions

As the New Year approaches, take some time to sit and quietly reflect. If today you were to set or re-affirm a long term intention, a vow, your heart’s direction, what would it be? Once you have a sense of your long-term dedication, write it down. Then put it someplace where you keep special things. […]

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Holiday Blues: Top 3 Ways to Cope When You Are Lonely

-Mayah Taylor, MA Holidays can be a time filled with much joy and happiness. It is a time centered around togetherness and being with your family and friends. For some people the holiday season  means that their social calendar is bursting with family reunions, holiday parties, and other holiday related social events. The holiday season […]

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Tip of the Day: Lovingkindness

-Unlike pain, suffering is not inevitable. Freedom from suffering is possible, when we let go of our reactions, fear and grasping.

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Tip of The Day: What do you have to congratulate yourself on?

Reflect. -On the ways you’ve grown through heartache or personal struggle. Take a moment to congratulate yourself on the personal work that you’ve done.


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