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November 10, 2009

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Kellen

This article has been featured on Karthik Raj G's Personal development and Well being blog at: http://www.karthikrajg.com/2009/11/personal-development-and-well-being-carnival-15th-november-2009/

Enjoy other articles about self care at this site.

Jordan 4

A man who fears suffering is already suffering from what he fears. (Michel Eyquem Montaigne, French essayist)

Jordan Spizike

yes, we are alike. I do notice errors and weaknesses in writing. But I am glad to say that I often read books and articles with no noticeable errors. I simply enjoy them, without seeing them as topics of future blog posts!

Thanks for commenting.
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Lavelda Naylor

I posted a self assessment based on the Self Mandala. I also linked to your blog. Thanks for the examples, they are helpful to my clients.


My blog is laveldanaylor.wordpress.com

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