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Suicide: The Fight for your life

Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States. Suicide takes more lives than guns, drugs, and car crashes. It's time to do something.

At this moment, people are fighting for their lives.   You may be fighting for your life. The only reason you haven’t told anyone is because you are afraid of what they might think. In reality, this battle is not seen on the outside. It is an internal battle that rages and rages. A battle […]

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How to Heal Broken Trust

When hurt appears trust disappears. Without trust, we cannot have deep relationships. Now is the time to learn how to heal broken trust.

Have you ever had a time when someone broke your trust?   How did you handle that?   I am willing to bet that it wasn’t handled well.   You may have yelled, stormed off, stop speaking to them, or even hit them.   Whatever your response was I know what you were feeling.   […]

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Am I the problem?

It's time to STOP blaming others and START looking at our own hearts. We have been blaming everyone else for being toxic, but what if we were the problem?

You and I have a problem. [bctt tweet=”Admitting that we have a problem is one of the hardest things that we struggle with. ” username=”jim_Burgoon”] We know it exists. Right below the surface is all our pain, our hurts, and our issues. It is waiting for the right place and time to show it’s ugly […]

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Mental Illness and You

I was born in the 70’s, but I was a child of the 80’s. The music, the food, the crazy hair, the zest for life, the cars, the wonderful Saturday morning cartoons, and those crazy parachute pants. In the 80’s the big thing that was sweeping the world was HIV/AIDS. We were told not to […]

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5 things to do when facing chronic illness

How to manage your life when your living with a chronic illness. I have been dealing with an undiagnosed illness for a number of years now. It has been frustrating dealing with something and not knowing what to call it. The symptoms are there. The pain is there. The fatigue is there. I can see […]

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