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This Life-Changing Book Helped Me Heal From Back Pain

Last year I did a 3-part series about my experience of healing my chronic back pain (Watch those here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.)

When the back pain first started, it was foreign territory for me to be faced with the experience of daily pain, and the limitations that my back problems caused for me.

On a particularly challenging and painful day, when I felt I might possibly have to live with my pain the rest of my life, I happened to be searching online for some answers.

I found the answer in the form of a simple book, which changed my life and helped teach me how to heal the pain.

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5 Tips to Create a Job When You’re Unemployed or Underemployed

Have you been searching for a job? Or maybe longing for a better job?

Most adults will devote 40 years or more of their lifetime working—so it’s worth finding something you enjoy!

If you’ve been unable to find a fulfilling career, get the promotion you want, or even land a job for now to make ends meet, consider these 5 tips to create what you want—without even lifting a finger for it yet.

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Born In the 1960s or 1970s and Feeling Blocked? This Could Be Why.

When was the last time you felt blocked?

Maybe you felt blocked from success or blocked from what you wanted, or even blocked from being able to remember someone’s name.

However this feeling of being “blocked” shows up for you, it often goes back to the same starting point: your birth.

Especially if you were born during the 1960s, 70s, or even 80s.

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5 Tips to Stop Overthinking and Overanalyzing and Bring Balance into Your Life

Do you have a tendency to overthink and overanalyze things in your life?

Do you get easily caught in a mental loop of trying to figure things out?

Can things weigh so heavily on your mind at times, that it causes you to lose sleep?

This pattern of overthinking and overanalyzing actually tells you something about yourself and the natural gifts and talents you possess.

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Is Your Confidence a Double-Edged Sword? 5 Tips For Staying Sharp. [Guest Post]

Enjoy this guest post from Jenny Collins, blog manager and content director at Live Your Truth. 

Many people wake up in the morning not feeling confident about themselves.

They doubt themselves or question their purpose, their skills, their attractiveness.

So when you have a natural confidence and assuredness about yourself it is an incredible gift.

It is one of the qualities I appreciate most in others and in myself.

However, confidence is also a double-edged sword—but not for the reasons you expect. Yes, sometimes it can tip into pride or arrogance.

But for those of us who possess a more confident approach to life, it can sometimes limit us.

Consider these 5 DOs and DON’Ts to ensure your natural confidence doesn’t trip you up in other aspects of your life.

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