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in recent months, i’ve been running into old faces, some planned, some unplanned. more often than not, it’s been young people with whom i’ve had the privilege of sharing a bit of life many years back. 650 more words


Entry Sixty-Seven:

I’ve been through a lot in my short life and what I’ve learned over and over again is the importance of patience. There are times when I’m not as patient as I could be. 415 more words

Emotion Regulation Module

Just a thought, on disagreement.

Sometimes, it is tempting to think, it is possible to disagree with everything a person says, and yet to be completely in agreement with them. 3,569 more words


Daily Ruminations.

As Bill Sees It Study:

Fear pg. 51 The Coming of Faith

Excerpt: ” When I was driven to my knees by alcohol, I was made ready to ask for the gift of faith.” 177 more words


Daily Ruminations.

As Bill Sees it Study:

Fear pg. 46 True Ambition –and False.

Excerpt: “True ambition is the profound desire to live usefully and walk humbly under the grace of God.” 138 more words


This Supplement May Stop Sadness Becoming Depression

How four weeks of supplementation can help stop a sad mood getting worse.

Probiotics may stop sadness turning into depression by helping people let go of the past, a new study finds. 307 more words


Study: Want To Focus Less On The Negative? Take Probiotics

AMSTERDAM (CBS) – If you sometimes feel you focus too much energy on obsessing over past slights or regrets, you might want to add probiotics to your diet. 155 more words