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How Should We Respond to Negative Comments?


All of my blogging  years have consisted of dealing with negative comments. Whether it be YouTube or Facebook, someone always has something negative and irrelevant to say. Sometimes they didn’t like the content and other times they didn’t like the way I spoke. Looking around, I notice that many other bloggers (or people even remotely…… Continue reading How Should We Respond to Negative Comments?

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In Spite of the Darkness, Goodness Still Prevails


My father in law gave me a bookmark which I have in my top left desk drawer.  Yes, I know that it should be in a book somewhere, especially because I am still a hundred pages from the end of Cloud Atlas. But I always worried that I would lose this bookmark.  It’s metal with a…… Continue reading In Spite of the Darkness, Goodness Still Prevails

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Story Time Saturday: How I Learned to Speak My Name by Jessica Edouard


Ahem-Ahem-attention, please…lol, is anyone listening? Recently, I was asked to tell my story. My story?   For a writing exercise, I encourage everyone to sit and examine this subject. Questions arise, many, dizzying questions, circling until paralyzed for those of us who not used to talking about themselves. I have never lavished a good yarn…… Continue reading Story Time Saturday: How I Learned to Speak My Name by Jessica Edouard

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Motivation Monday: What are you Capable of Doing?


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Confessions of a Closet Racist


“The only reason racism still exists is because no one will shut up about it.” This is something I’ve said – and believed. See no evil, speak no evil. But that doesn’t do anything about the evil. If anything, it perpetuates the evil. “Just as many white people are getting killed and bullied by the…… Continue reading Confessions of a Closet Racist

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Motivation Monday: When Pausing Looks A Lot Like Quitting


Happy Monday! A lot of times, we talk about quitting, failing, and giving up but what we don’t often talk about is pausing. While it is important to talk about topics such as giving up, we often neglect to talk about the times when pausing looks a whole lot like quitting and quitting ends up…… Continue reading Motivation Monday: When Pausing Looks A Lot Like Quitting

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Motivation Monday: Keep Moving FORWARD


. Today´s quote is brought by Persia – She is the mother of a boy, an animal advocate and lover, a domestic abuse survivor, and a vintage style enthusiast. She started blogging to reach out to others, by talking about her experiences and how she overcome them. Please welcome Persia, and follow her blog: Blog of…… Continue reading Motivation Monday: Keep Moving FORWARD

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Welcome to Thoughtful Minds United


To celebrate our return in September, we will take a trip down memory lane and relive some of my favorite posts throughout the years. So, sit back and enjoy the reads! Fresh content will be published in September of 2020! To be apart of our team or to be a guest blogger, please click here.…… Continue reading Welcome to Thoughtful Minds United

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It’s all the same to me (but also not)


Originally posted on Confuzzledom:
As everyone else laments everything that’s changed for them recently, it occurs to me that my life is mostly continuing as before. I’ve been working from home for almost five years now. My two trips to the office in Germany are on hold for the time being, but basically my situation…

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Coming This Fall- Writers Needed


TMU is coming back for the fall on and I am so excited! Leading up to the release, there will be monthly posts published to gear us up for the season. This time, we are including a new topic- Mental Health. Mental health, especially after abuse, is an important piece of life. I am looking…… Continue reading Coming This Fall- Writers Needed

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“No one is perfect – that’s why pencils have erasers.” – Wolfgang Riebe


Originally posted on Don Charisma:
Quote of the day … ? “No one is perfect – that’s why pencils have erasers.” ? Wolfgang Riebe ? Hope you like it. Cheers Don Charisma *Shameless self-promotion* – Sometimes we work – Our commercial site : DonCharisma.com – you dream it we built it … because – “anything…