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Fidget beads, circles, strands and rings designed to settle your nervous system and focus your mind. Based on the wisdom of Self Care, they are one of kind artistic crafts, not jewelry but created in the tradition of malla beads, worry beads, or rosary beads. These Circles of Comfort, Strands of Comfort and Ring Things will help you feel confident, protected and encouraged. It’s not magic, it is the science of trust in a symbol. Choose the shape and style that resonates with your personality. Each one is made with loving attention and never a duplicate of any other .
Fidget beads, circles, strands and rings designed to settle your nervous system and focus your mind. Based on the wisdom of Self Care, they are one of kind artistic crafts, not jewelry but created in the tradition of malla beads, worry beads, or rosary beads. These Circles of Comfort, Strands of Comfort and Ring Things will help you feel confident, protected and encouraged. It’s not magic, it is the science of trust in a symbol. Choose the shape and style that resonates with your personality. Each one is made with loving attention and never a duplicate of any other .
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The Comfort Project — comfort

Artful Service verses Co-Dependent Behavior

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Artful Service verses  Co-Dependent Behavior

Artful service verses Co-dependence If you happened to be one of the many people who have been raised in families where the needs of one family member demand and absorb most of the resources, time and attention from everyone in the family you might be confused about the difference between artful service and co-dependent behavior An alcoholic, mentally ill or physically needy person often requires or so it seems, everyone doing things for that individual. To keep them working, clothes are put out, phone call made, paperwork organized. To keep them happy, we are cheerful, don’t complain about our troubles....

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My Quiet Comfort

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My Quiet Comfort

When you look at your cell phone an avalanche of information tends to ramp up anxiety and distraction. (me too) To thrive, everybody needs comfort. Do you have a favorite way to comfort yourself? It would mean the world to me if you would share your ideas about comfort, the activity, and how it soothes and makes you happy?

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Doing one thing at a time

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Doing one thing at a time

Most of the time, we are thinking, and in that “dream,” we believe we are being attentive. However, if the mind is making comments or subtly shifting from liking to disliking the task, these will actually block your availability to attend.

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