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How to Increase Metabolism Rate? 5 Easy Ways

How to Increase Metabolism Rate? 5 Easy Ways

https://whenwomeninspire.com/2019/04/01/how-to-increase-metabolism-rate/
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How to Teach Your Kids to Communicate Their Feelings

How to Teach Your Kids to Communicate Their Feelings

https://whenwomeninspire.com/2019/03/29/kids-communicate-their-feelings/
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5 Self-Care Tips for Moms with Newborns

5 Self-Care Tips for Moms with Newborns

https://whenwomeninspire.com/2019/03/07/self-care-tips-for-moms-newborns/
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Top 3 Benefits of Homeschooling Your Child

Top 3 Benefits of Homeschooling Your Child

https://whenwomeninspire.com/2019/03/06/benefits-homeschooling-your-child/
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#BellLetsTalk – What if the elephant in the room could speak?

#BellLetsTalk – What if the elephant in the room could speak?

http://mentalhealthathome.org/2019/01/30/elephant-in-room/
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The Creator of “The Spoon Theory”

butyoudontlooksick.com/articles/written-by-christine/the-spoon-theory/

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Applying spoon theory to mental illness

Applying spoon theory to mental illness

Applying spoon theory to mental illness
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Are You a Good Friend to Yourself?

Are You a Good Friend to Yourself?

https://makeitultrapsychology.wordpress.com/2019/01/09/are-you-a-good-friend/
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The start of my something new

“Tiger head 🐯 and snake tail 🐍” 虎頭蛇尾 (pinyin pronunciation: hǔ tóu shé wěi) in Chinese, is something my mother often times describes me. It means that I am not consistent in my work habits. I start out strong and motivated, but at the end I either don’t finish what I started or I complete the task half-heartedly.

I am starting to learn that it’s not so wrong to try new things from time to time. It’s a way to explore my sense of self and to build my character.

This is the start of my something new. I want to jot down my thoughts and experiences that I have learned so maybe later in life when I read back what I wrote, I will be say to myself, “wow, I was courageous enough to explore new territories.