Monthly Archives: February 2016

Correlation between self-respect and boundaries

I am writing this post in response to my last week’s post because some readers and friends asked me how to create boundaries. Before discussing self-respect and setting up boundaries it is important to take a look at EGO.  Two … Continue reading

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We give our power away when we expect from other!

I am writing this post in response to the blog post titled, Feed The Fire. It was written by Kim Bailey Deal, a fellow writer, whom I met during 2015 October Platform Challenge organized by Robert Lee Brewer of Writer’s … Continue reading

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Give Your Best to Your Writing Because It is Your Gift

On Saturday, February 13, I went to Pikes Peak Writers annual Write Your Heart Out event. This was a preview of the actual Writer’s Conference, to be held in Colorado Springs during April 15-17 2016. What surprised me was that … Continue reading

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To Befriend or Not To?

In 2008 I voted for Obama because he promised to bring change. Even though I knew he was a politician I fell into the trap of believing him, suspending all my sanity, my reasoning and thought that change will happen; … Continue reading

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Kismet or Synchronicity? You Decide!

Growing up in Pakistan, when I heard the word Kismet (destiny) I was told that these are old ideas. My father always said that there was no such thing as Kismet. We make our own Kismet.   So I always took … Continue reading

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