Mari's Journaling Power Blog | Self Matters, Life Matters

    Self Matters: The Silver Lining in the COVID-19 Cloud

    Around the world, people are grappling with unprecedented stressors and a heightened uncertainty about when relief will come. This is not news. The media report unsettling newscasts around the clock, sometimes minute by minute. Yet, the pandemic offers unique opportunities for self-renewal and revitalization. Innumerable happy stories go untold. People are finding inventive ways of thriving and flourishing and giving. The outpouring of generosity of time, energy, and resources is immense. Here are some ways you can participate in the uplifting wave of celebration and fulfillment. Our hope lies in our creativity and spirituality. 

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    Self Matters: The Vital Art of Self-Love

    We often hear the adage that we cannot love others if we do not love ourselves. Emergency instructions on airplanes advise us to put on our oxygen mask before attempting to help someone else, even...

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    Self Matters: Hold Onto Your Dream By Loosening Your Grip

    Life is a matter of both/and, and how we approach and survive it depends on our interpretation of our life events. Living in the possibility of our experiences is a challenge for it rides on the...

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    Self Matters: How To Identify Stress And De-escalate It

    We all experience stress in our lives. Jobs, home and family responsibilities, recreation, and hobbies vie for our time and attention. We settle into a routine of stress that keeps us going...

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    Self Matters: Who Are You?

    The first question people ask when greeting each other is, “How are you?” to which we respond in a number of ways given the situation and our relationship with the person involved. We are so...

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