Spirituality & Health Magazine

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By:
Anneli Rufus
Low self-esteem makes us dangerously passive when it disconnects us from our own desires
By:
Anneli Rufus
Self-loathing can turn this annual self-help ritual into a slippery slope. New Year's resolutions are wonderful in principle. What spurs self-improvement better than specific, stated goals, set in accordance not just with the calendar but with its most symbolic and sacred space: the turning of the...
By:
Anneli Rufus
It isn't easy choosing gifts for people we don't like. Sometimes that's because we don't know them well enough—and don't want to know them well enough—to know what they'd relish or need. Sometimes we know exactly what they'd relish or need—but we don't want to give them the satisfaction of having...
By:
Anneli Rufus
We who struggle with low self-esteem don't all walk alike, talk alike, sleep alike or eat alike. Well—not exactly alike. While we are all unique, low self-esteem has a sneaky way of giving all its victims the same quirks. Regardless of our other differences, those of us who struggle with low self...
By:
Anneli Rufus
How many times have you apologized today? Authentic, merited apologies are valiant acts of honesty, humility, respect. Knee-jerk habitual apology, by contrast, is not amends-making but a kind of tragedy, each "sorry" one more cheap small sword with which we slash ourselves.

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