Monday Thoughts 1.30.23

“The most beautiful things in life are not things. They’re people and places and memories and pictures. They’re feelings and moments and smiles and laughter.” Unknown “Sometimes you get what you want. Other times, you get a lesson in patience, empathy, compassion, faith, perseverance, resilience, humility, trust, meaning, awareness, resistance,

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Monday Thoughts 1.23.23

“The way you tell your story to yourself matters.” Amy Cuddy “Learn to differentiate between the sound of your intuition guiding you and your traumas misleading you.” Unknown “Being optimistic is like a muscle that gets stronger with use…You have to change the way you think in order to change the

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Women for Sobriety, Inc. selects new Executive Director

Release date: Immediate Contact: Women for Sobriety, Inc,   With significant consideration given to the skills, experiences and expertise needed to successfully guide Women for Sobriety in its next phase of growth, the Board of Directors has selected Dr. Michelle Shaivitz to serve as the new Executive Director. Michelle’s

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Monday Thoughts 1.16.23

“If you avoid conflict to keep the peace you start a war within yourself.” Cheryl Richardson “Your fear is 100% dependent on you for its survival.” Steve Maraboli “When trauma has shaped you, try not to confuse who you had to become with who you can be.” Thema Bryant Davis

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Monday Thoughts 1.9.23

“The grass is always greener where you water it.” Unknown “Happiness is a journey, not a destination.” Buddha “We can’t fully appreciate a picturesque sunset if we’re wishing it would never rain again. We can’t fully enjoy a moment of true connection if we’re wishing we’d never feel alone again.

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Monday Thoughts 1.2.23

“It is difficult to see your thoughts when you are in your thoughts.” Yong Kang Chan  “What starts out as an intrusive thought can turn into an overwhelming concept if we ‘feed’ it with more negative thinking.” Eddie Capparucci  “You’re worried about what-ifs. Well, what if you stopped worrying?” Shannon

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