By Jenna Kantnor / March 4, 2018 / 0 Comments

Endurance means doing what has to be done whether you feel like it or not. You alone are responsible for developing your endurance. It cannot be taught by anybody else or given to you by anyone else. During the first couple of weeks of trying to reach a goal, consider your feelings to be subordinate…

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Improve for the Future

By Jenna Kantnor / February 28, 2018 / 0 Comments

Spending your time imagining what would have been if you could have changed some little thing, some little decision in your life, is counterproductive. Think about how you can improve for the future, today, but don’t waste your present time thinking about how you could have changed the past. We could all trace our current…

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YoYour Happiness is Dependent on How You Judge Your Life

By Jenna Kantnor / February 25, 2018 / 0 Comments

Imagine for a moment that today is your last day on earth. Now, make a list of all the things that you feel you have accomplished, all the things that you are proud of, and all the things that make you happy. Is it your car? Your television? Your stereo? What’s on the list of…

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Claiming Your Life Back

By Jenna Kantnor / February 21, 2018 / 0 Comments

Think about the pioneers who traveled across the country with their families to start a new life. They found land and claimed it by hammering stakes in the ground; they marked their settlements and built their homes and settled. Do you feel settled in your life? Depression creates a type of blurriness that keeps you…

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Exiting the Torture Chamber

By Jenna Kantnor / February 18, 2018 / 0 Comments

One of the biggest disservices you can do to yourself is comparing yourself to others. It is just a one-way ticket into a self-induced torture chamber, especially when you are depressed. Many of our feelings of satisfaction or dissatisfaction have their roots in how we compare ourselves to others. When we compare ourselves to those…

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