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When we decide to make hard changes in our lives, we find ourselves facing down our own personal demons. These demons – or Big Bads – come in all different shapes and sizes. My demon was alcohol. (Or at least that is how it first presented itself.) Your demon may be...
Change really is hard at first. That is why we resist it. This is the first in a three-part series that looks at what we need once we decide to do the work change requires.
This busy pace of life we keep is not sustainable. It can feel as though we all have our collective breath held, waiting for the other shoe to drop. And for many of us, the holidays can feel like that long-awaited shoe.