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What To Know When The Content of Our Anxieties Looks Important

26 Feb , 2018
Created by Jen Smith

Dear Warrior, I recently shared that regardless of how far I’ve come, how many trainings I’ve taken, how many clients I’ve worked with, at the end of the day, I’m still human. And, as a human, from time to time, I still get caught in the occasional thought habit. Who doesn’t? And, as a Life […]

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A Personal Story of Transformation: It’s Possible For You Too.

21 Feb , 2018
Created by Jen Smith

My life was previously a steady slope of very high highs and very low lows. It was full of messiness and drama and alcohol and habits- coping mechanisms I used to get out of beating myself up after a late night of boozing and megabite pizza. It was full of starving and binging, smoking and […]

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How One Rock Bottom Redirected The Course of My Life

19 Dec , 2017
Created by Jen Smith

Dear Warriors, It was close to ten years ago now, but I remember it like it was yesterday.  The clock would strike 3pm and I’d be ready to binge. I’d get in my car, drive to the store and and buy -with the intention to eat- everything I possibly could.  Savoury. Sweet. Salty. A mix of […]

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Dear Intrusive Thoughts: Thank You. I Love You. I Wouldn’t Be Where I Am Without You.

2 Oct , 2017
Created by Jen Smith

Dear Warriors, The third part of my recovery series is here. My rough beginning into Motherhood started with anxious thinking, which intertwined with depressive thinking which both ended up being a very innocent addiction to my thinking. I mean, how could one not become consumed and addicted to their thinking when they have such seemingly […]

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Our brain is clever, but not so wise.

27 Feb , 2017
Created by Jen Smith

Our thinking patterns are coming from a well intended place, but an older, less advanced place.

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