Quit with All Your Lies: The Judgement Problem

This is the fourth post in the series. If you have missed one so far, scroll to the bottom of this post to check the others out. Because of a post that I wrote about the lies we tell ourselves, I was inspired to break things down and address each of these excuses one by…

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What Happened To Your Creative and Powerful Self?

My company had service award luncheon day on Thursday for all the 4th quarter recipients. Every 5th year of service, associates are celebrated for their hard work and dedication to building them up to where they are now, for serving their customers, and for creating “the good life” for the executives. ? It was really…

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The 3 Best Ways To Know Your Weight Is An Issue

It’s so crazy, right?   One moment you are rocking the athletic body, having people come and ask you where you workout and what you eat, and walking into a room with complete confidence. Fast forward some years, and you are looking in the mirror, wondering what in the world happened to your banging body.…

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Why Does Their Condescending Opinion Really Matter?

I am about to get on my soapbox again. (I hear you saying, “And when do you ever get off that box, Clarissa?”) Lately, more of my clients have been telling me that the people in their lives that they love dearly will become upset if they start losing weight. They ask me to try…

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