The Art Of Christian Living

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By definition, anxiety and hope are both determined by a moment that has yet to arrive. I’m a walking cabinet of dread and desire, and when I ignore these feelings they usually come out sideways and manifest in negative ways like resentment, defensiveness, procrastination, or projection onto others. Pinning down our hopes and uncertainties in …

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“The great thing, then, in all education, is to make our nervous system our ally instead of our enemy.” — William James As students or Writers, procrastination is a trap that most have fallen into often time. With the help of just the right dose of anxiety, we usually recover for a while and hopefully get most …

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Healthy anxiety is the misinterpretation of normal bodily sensations as dangerous. Healthy bodies produce all sorts of physical symptoms that might be uncomfortable, painful, unexpected, and otherwise unwanted — but not dangerous. It is also essential to know that not all stressful or negative emotions are bad for us. Some may do more good than harm. In …

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The Relentless Roadmap To Victory Rejection who can handleRejection who has the heart to embrace you then shake you off like dustBut relentlessly shout for joy even at your approach Your leave painful scars on your victimsYou leave them to bleedYou stab right into their heartsYou leave them breathless and disoriented Your aftermath seems to …

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Can help to encourage a sense of trust, community, meaning, purpose, belonging, closeness, and intimacy. ― all of which have been linked to things like increased happiness, decreased depression, and greater/more positive overall wellbeing. – Matthew Riccio Systematic research by Farmer and Co examined about 377 peer-reviewed articles and found that Cooking Interventions are used …

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