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Highly Sensitive People/Introverts: Would You Like Some Advice From Dr. Bernie Siegel?
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Highly Sensitive People/Introverts: Would You Like Some Advice From Dr. Bernie Siegel?

Below are some quotes I jotted down when I attended a lecture by Dr. Bernie Siegel, an American writer and retired pediatric surgeon who writes on the relationship between the patient and the healing process. He’s well-known for his bestselling book Love, Medicine and Miracles.

  • We learn the most from our troubles.
  • We should ask ourselves…How can we make the world beautiful?
  • Pay attention to what makes you feel good. Live what you love. (more…)

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Highly Sensitive People/Introverts: Do You Get The Best Out Of Yourself?
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Highly Sensitive People/Introverts: Do You Get The Best Out Of Yourself?

Do you do the best with what you have? I read an interesting article by Stephen Pelletier, who was an executive vice president and CEO of Prudential Insurance. He recalled his experience attending the 2014 USA Games of the Special Olympics in New Jersey.

Mr. Pelletier’s thoughts are as follows:

The talents that were showcased were inspirational and served as reminders that disabled people should be given an opportunity to thrive in the workplace.

My son, Tom, a participant in the Special Olympics, has received a medal in swimming. He is nearly blind and was diagnosed on the autism spectrum as an infant. Tom is also an accomplished chef and a skilled technologist who knows his way around a computer far better than his father does. (more…)

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What Are You Grateful For?
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What Are You Grateful For?

Today, Memorial Day, is a special day in the United States where we remember those who died in active military duty. We are grateful for their bravery and sacrifice to keep our country safe. The brave men and women who are fighting for us in this present day should also be acknowledged and appreciated. (more…)

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