Celebrities give all they’ve got to amuse and entertain us. But their gift can also be their curse. What makes them so special is often what makes them “broken”. Plus, living in the public eye magnifies their pain or troubles. Let’s give thanks for the famously broken people who have shared themselves with us. We are better for having known them!
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The following came from a message board per issues affecting people with chemical sensitivity: WHAT IS MCS (MULTIPLE CHEMICAL SENSITIVITY)? MCS is the inability of the body to readily detoxify...
The thing I fell in love with was their spirit, her sense of humor, their fortitude and sheer determination. They are daring and bold in their pursuit of living an...
Life has a way of breaking us. Events and circumstances beyond our control. In some cases, we are broken at birth or as children from adverse childhood events (ACE). And then there are those who become attached to broken people — codependents — creating a cycle of drama and pain for both parties. This is us… broken & company!
Leo Babauta of Zen Habits talks with Jordan Harbinger from the podcast series “The Art of Charm”. Leo shares powerful insights on how he changed his life for the better and how you can use these ‘habits’ to create deep change in your life also.
Overcoming adversity, whether you were born into hardship or recovering from a loss – be it job loss, homelessness or financial ruin. Helping you climb out of the valley of darkness and find a way forward.
Sugar Makes You Stupid, But Omega-3s Will Smarten You Back Up – Forbes
Oprah Winfrey, without question, the “Queen of Television” (with growing multi-media empire). An inspiration to women of all kinds and the ultimate pioneer of “influencing the masses”. She has used...
Simple techniques to use for those with ADD or ADHD on how they can better manage the symptoms, gain focus, and improve the quality of their lives.
Palm Springs International Film Festival official website: http://www.psfilmfest.org | youtube | twitter 23rd Annual – January 5-16, 2012