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On Depression & Anxiety

A rumble tore through the airplane during my flight into Newark as it approached the airport on a crisp March evening. This didn’t feel like your typical turbulence and it continued for a few minutes. Husbands gripped their wives and vice versa. I should’ve been scared, but I wasn’t. Yet, the reasoning couldn’t have been worse. My vacation week was over and I wasn’t excited to get back to my┬átypical grind. I had never really decompressed and gotten my head out of the game to just enjoy my family and the warm weather the vacation provided. While self-confidence has never…

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It’s Okay To Say ‘I’m Sorry’

As humans we are far from perfect beings. We each make mistakes and don’t do what we say and say what we mean all the time. Thankfully, we are capable of giving and receiving apologies. Some of us use this ability, while others…not so much. Even though I have plenty of self-confidence, I’m not so full of myself that I think I’m always right. Accept your mistakes, learn from them, apologize to those you hurt and move on. This past week, I woke up one morning to extremely disappointing news. I had grand plans for the finale of a project…

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