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We’re All the Same Yet Different, and We’re All Doing the Best We Can

Have you ever stopped to think about the fact that every person you pass on the street has an inner life as rich as your own?

Every single person is like you in many ways, and yet so beautifully complex …

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Calling All Creators: Share Your Work with the Tiny Buddha Community

Hello, friends. Lori here. As you may know, I’m the founder of this site. As you may not know, I’m also an aspiring filmmaker and lover of all things creative.

Two years ago I co-wrote and produced my first short …

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4 Tips to learning self-defense as a woman

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

learning self defense as a woman

As a woman, learning self-defense is probably one of the most useful things you can learn this year. Danger is everywhere and you have to be prepared. Having defense tools such as the best stun gun, pepper spray, or anti-rape whistle is helpful, but it’s also good to learn actual self-defense moves. We always hear […]

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Moving from Self-Improvement to Self-Acceptance

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

self-acceptance

There is no place for failures in life and one has to keep trying and trying until he/she succeeds. This society recognizes those who accomplish something in life, who carry the tag of being successful. Stillness is not the name of life, one has to move forward and prove his/her worth in this world of […]

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5 Yoga Poses for Confidence and Inner Strength

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In life, one of the most important things is inner strength. How bold one is, defines the way he or she leads his/her life. Life on this planet is a journey, in which one is tested numerous times, on a number of occasions. The biggest challenge in front of you is to pass each of […]

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The Healing Power of Nature: How Walking in the Rain Saved My Life

All truly great thoughts are conceived by walking.” ~Nietzsche

A recent study by the National Academy of Sciences found that a ninety-minute walk in nature slows our worried, troublesome thoughts about ourselves and our lives. Even better, it reduces …

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Adapting to Feeling Unseen: How I’m Navigating a World That Overlooks the Aging

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Beautiful inside and out—
Invisible

I gave a little start when those words flashed onto the screen during a presentation by the poet Elizabeth Bradfield. Liz was in the process of describing six-word memoirs, modeled on Hemingway’s heartbreaking story …

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It’s Not Either/Or: The Power of Opening Your Mind and Seeing Both Sides

“Compassionate listening is to help the other side suffer less.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh

In late 2017 my husband and I were both getting ready for work one morning when I casually said, “Hey, I think I’m going to start teaching …

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What Expecting to Die Young Taught Me About Living a Happy Life

“I’ve come to trust not that events will always unfold exactly as I want, but that I will be fine either way. The challenges we face in life are always lessons that serve our soul’s growth.” ~ Marianne Williamson

At …

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How to Set Better Boundaries: 9 Tips for People-Pleasers

“Boundaries are a part of self-care. They are healthy, normal, and necessary.” ~Doreen Virtue

I still have the journal entry that sparked my journey into boundary-setting. It says, in striking black pen, “I wish I could speak my truth. If …

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