Cindy Krall | Personal Growth
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I was scheduled to have my liver removed in thirty minutes so my hurried behavior was justified. I’m fibbing of course, but maybe something as grave as that would excuse my poor behavior. The young man that was checking my plethora of produce was painstakingly slow. I mean “let’s defy physics” kind of slow. I didn’t say anything unkind....

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Knowing when to say no can be tricky business. Finding a way to say it can be just as hard. There's a wonderful catch-all phrase for when “no” is a must. But before we figure out how to say no there are two questions we should ask ourselves if we think we need to say no...

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What do we do when we’re doing something we shouldn’t do? The option to quickly redirect is a good one, especially if life or limb is at stake. But most of the time, situations that prick our conscious aren’t life-threatening. They are simply an opportunity to learn. It is in those moments that the first and most important thing...

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Sometimes the world feels angry, doesn't it? Brows are furrowed, voices are raised. Angry words followed by exclamation points are left in social threads. You and I may not be able to fix all the anger but I believe there is a salve. And it's something each and every one of us is capable of doing...

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“I have a ton of regrets. I’m just not sure what to do about them.” I was unsettled after my conversation with my friend. We ALL have regrets, right? Unfortunately, regret often invites a partner called shame. Satan loves it when we hang out with these two yahoos. They link elbows and try to keep us in a dark corner. Perhaps...

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I know, you know, we ALL know that none of us is immune to being “the difficult one”. I’m certain I’m a burr in someone else’s side. But mercy, there are times it seems that the people we do life with---Just. Don’t. Get. It. There are a couple of ways we can deal with that...

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Why do we say things to ourselves we wouldn’t dream of saying to another person? I suppose the origins behind that kind of behavior could be hundred different reasons for a hundred different women. The good news is that there are only two things that need to occur in order for it to change. ...

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“The future we want tomorrow is affected by the choices we make today.” If you’re a planner (like me) that kind of mentality resonates. You weigh and balance today’s decisions with one eye on the task at hand and one eye on the future. But there’s a downside to always having one eye on the distant future. IT’S HARD TO...

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