Tag Archives: detachment

Big Up Yourself: It’s About Time You Like Being You

Hello everyone, I’m very excited to launch my self-help book, Big Up Yourself: It’s About Time You Like Being You, which gives you the easiest, smartest, and fastest tools to help you big up yourself, to like who you are, … Continue reading

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1 Thanksgiving Message From Karen Casey: There is No Such Thing As Bad Luck. Only Lessons to Move Us Forward.

Diana Bletter: Today I welcome Karen Casey, author of Each Day a New Beginning, A Woman’s Spirit, Let Go Now, and more than a dozen books on spirituality. I have cherished my dog-eared, torn, ripped, scribbled-on copy of Each Day a … Continue reading

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Six Lessons I Learned from a Dead Bird

  I sat down to eat my breakfast the other day and promptly heard a boom against the window. I looked and saw a bird conked out on the pavement. The bird must have hit the window, conked its head, … Continue reading

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Tool For Tuesday: You Can’t Detach From Someone Whose Approval You Need

You can’t detach from someone whose approval you need. You can’t grow up and be an authentic adult, not tied into someone else, if you keep seeking their approval. I’ve been a perfectionist, people-pleaser, goody-goody, put-my-needs-at-the-back-of-the-list person who craved—really craved—people’s … Continue reading

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Tool for Tuesday: Q & A’s On Detachment

Question: How do you detach from someone you love? We can love someone but not suffer when they suffer. We can love them and not be miserable when they’re miserable or angry when they’re angry. If we are emotionally autonomous—as … Continue reading

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What Can You Do When Someone You Love is Down in the Dumps?

What do you do when the person you love is down in the dumps? It’s hard to see someone you love so depressed. My friend Mike wrote me that when his wife is miserable, she wears her shoulders for earrings. … Continue reading

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