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100% of People Have Anxiety – And it’s Not Always a Disorder.

100% of People Have Anxiety – And it’s Not Always a Disorder.

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New content has moved!

New content has moved!

All my articles are now being posted on my new site taradawnmiller.com You’ll be able to check out my free e-book that’s available for you to download. Programs, events, and articles are posted there now regularly and it’ll also give you a chance to sign up for […]

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Strategies Resilient People Use During Times Of Transition To Maintain Happiness

Strategies Resilient People Use During Times Of Transition To Maintain Happiness

Life is full of transition and we often think that being resilient means that we get through just about everything without getting ruffled. Immune to depression or anxiety or any less than optimal state. Well that’s just not true. Life isn’t always optimal – it doesn’t make […]

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How To Handle Rejection And Not Get Stuck

How To Handle Rejection And Not Get Stuck

Rejection stings for everyone No one is immune and we all have experienced it in some area of our lives. Multiple areas. The job you didn’t get, the team you didn’t make, the relationship you thought you wanted, the connection you hoped you’d find. I’ve had rejection […]

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How Resilient People Deal With Disappointment and Other Crushing Blows

How Resilient People Deal With Disappointment and Other Crushing Blows

I remember a time a few years ago when I felt like I had everything together. I remember thinking I had it made. My family was running like a well oiled machine. My businesses were totally on track and growing. Not just gifted to me – I […]

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What Resilience Is Not…Coping Skills Gone Bad

What Resilience Is Not…Coping Skills Gone Bad

We know that resilience is more than just controlling emotions or managing behaviors or being able to push through and withstand extreme stressors without losing your sh–. And in fact a lot of these skills I call out as a load of crap – verbatim just after […]

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Why Developing A Superiority Complex Is A Good Idea

Why Developing A Superiority Complex Is A Good Idea

Oh I know… we’re taught the opposite. You’re not better than anyone. Treat everyone as equals. Level the playing field. We’re all supposed to be the same. And we are. As far as rights and freedoms, humanity and decency. But we aren’t as far as how we […]

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When what “feels right”, is wrong – your brain in love… (like a junkie).

When what “feels right”, is wrong – your brain in love… (like a junkie).

Why what “feels right” is often wrong – (aka don’t ever go back to an ex and 3 ways to break the addiction) I had been down this road before. But I thought this time might be different. Time had passed. I had changed. He had changed. At […]

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How to Break Through Mental Blocks and Achieve Victory in Your Life

How to Break Through Mental Blocks and Achieve Victory in Your Life

When was the last time you did something surprising… remarkable… out of your normal routine? I wondered this the other weekend as I watched my daughter compete at a provincial championship trampoline and tumbling competition. I knew she had struggled leading up to this event. She had […]

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4 Ways to Create Depth and Improve your Relationships

4 Ways to Create Depth and Improve your Relationships

We have become really good at being really shallow. We flit around connecting more electronically from behind screens than we do in person. We don’t make eye contact. We don’t hold eye contact. We don’t touch each other. Handshakes are weak and flimsy. We step back to […]

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