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My selfie (me, not a self-made pic of me) gets me in trouble

“Me” is a tiny word that can cause treMEndous problems. An effective way to make yourself unhappy is to go through life continually asking, “Am I happy now? A missionless life is often unhappy. If you really want to pursue … Continue reading

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Express yourself or suppress yourself?

Contrary to popular opinion, continual self-expression leads to depression, stress, and duress. For example, contemporary culture has opened the door to almost unlimited self-expression, yet, rather than producing widespread happiness and fulfillment, we have some of the highest depression and … Continue reading

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What Can Nothing Do?

What can nothing do?  Absolutely nothing! If you capture some nothing in a science lab (creating a vacuum) can your sample of nothing do enough in a scientific lab to justify the belief of many modern “intellectuals” that nothing produced … Continue reading

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Dishonesty’s 10 Dirty Downers

1) Dishonesty does not change reality. What is, is. What isn’t, isn’t. Calling an elephant a “cow” does not make it one. 2) Dishonesty destroys your view of reality leading to frequent self-deception and denial. A dishonest person confuses his … Continue reading

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Modern Myth #8 — Self-Indulgence Satisfies

Modern Myth #8 Have you ever noticed that compulsive desires are never satisfied by indulging them – that cravings are not eliminated by giving in to them? For example, if you eat a bite of something sweet that you crave, … Continue reading

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7 Practical Ways To Like Yourself Better

Self-esteem is important.  If you don’t like yourself (who you know best) you probablly won’t be able to really like anybody else.  However, a poor self-image (also known as an inferiority complex) can be overcome.  You can actually like yourself.  Here are … Continue reading

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Did Oprah Read My Book?

I wrote and published a book on self-esteem. It has a unique title: Your Sperm Won — Experiencing Your Value As A Championship Human Being.  It is about the incredible statistical odds against any particular human being, being conceived.  The premise … Continue reading

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