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March 07, 2013

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Maureen

Hi Jill, I agree daily exercise that keeps your body moving also helps keep your mind moving...great advice!
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Jill

Yes, unfortunately, I do engage in self-sabatoge. Fortunately, I've developed a close circle of girlfriends who have helped me peel away the outer "I cant's" or "I want to instead's" to release my inner strength of "I can" and "I will". I'm still working on it, and find that I'm best if I keep daily movement or exercise in my life in some way.

Maureen

Hi Susan,
I love Louise Hay and her book "You Can Heal Your Life." It's one of those books that I keep handy and pick up just read a chapter or two on something specific I am dealing with--- great affirmations, too.
I agree, overcoming fear is a toughie....I like your idea of loving what it teaches you instead of fighting it. I'm gonna try it.
Thanks so much for your comment,
Maureen

Susan Roth

A good book to read on this subject is "You can Heal your Life" by Louise Hay. She expresses the same sentiment. Extra weight is one way of keeping safe when we do not feel that way. Loving yourself, and embracing that small child inside of you is one way to help calm the fear and begin the healing.

I noticed that when I start a new project, I often overeat, and thus gain a bit of weight. Overcoming that fear is hard to do, but I believe that loving what the fear teaches you, in terms of becoming stronger and acting in spite of it, is the most important lesson.

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