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07/25/2016

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Ok well said. And please accept my heartfelt apology. When I cancel most often it's cause I'm weary and when I'm weary I am no longer brave. I need to be in a very very brave place to participate. When I'm exhausted I worry about being rejected my self, saying something stupid, being laughed at. I am so sorry i have let you down. You are my friend and very dear to me.

Thanks so much for sharing. It helps to know "I am not brave today". It would actually be a great idea to say that. Imagine a world where we can! Also, imagine a world where you can push through the weary and have a great time and silence the words in your head that are most likely bad cheerleaders wanting a small life for you. It helps me to understand that there are many reasons others feel the need to say I am not coming. Thanks for sharing you are dear to me too. Never stupid or one to be laughed at. One who I enjoy doing fun things with! I hope you can dare always to be with me!!

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  • Annie Rogers: A Shining Affliction: A Story of Harm and Healing in Psychotherapy
  • Elizabeth Gilbert: Big Magic - Creative Living Beyond Fear
  • Brene Brown: Daring Greatly
  • Martha Beck: Leaving the Saints
  • Glennon Doyle Melton: Love Warrior
  • Byron Katie: Loving What Is
  • Dr. Jill Bolte-Taylor: My Stroke Of Insight
  • Sheryl Sandberg, Adam Grant: Option B - Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and Finding Joy
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  • Bessel Van Der Kolk, M.D.: The Body Keeps Score
  • Alice Miller: The Body Never Lies
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  • Laura Landgraf: The Fifth Sister- From Victim to Victor
  • Brene Brown: The Gifts of Imperfection
  • Christina Enevoldsen: The Rescued Soul - A writing journey for the Healing of Incest and Family Betrayal
  • Annie Rogers: The Unsayable: The hidden language of trauma
  • Steven Pressfield: The War of Art
  • Alice Miller: Thou Shalt Not Be Aware
  • Rythea Lee: Trauma into Truth - Gutsy Healing and Why Its Worth It
  • Iyanla Vanzant: Trust
  • Rob Bell: Velvet Elvis
  • Norah Vincent: Voluntary Madness- Lost and Found in the Mental Healthcare System
  • Terry L. Wise: Waking Up: Climbing through the Darkness
  • Dr. Karyl McBride: Will I Ever Be Good Enough
  • Shonda Rhimes: Year of Yes

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