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Inspiring Others to Inspire Others

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We trust that through our experiential dialogues, participants will be able to find some comfort with their own challenges by understanding that we all have our individual perceptions that may not be consistent with others. It is helpful to recognize that perceptions are real to the person holding them but may not always be factual . We look forward to hearing about your personal experiences and perceptions for the purpose of sharing or discussion.  If allowed, this blog will transform our thoughts and attitudes.

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Inspiring Others to Inspire Others

by Edna Fenceroy on 07/05/19

People often ask, “How can I help my family to become more caring and loving toward each other?” Many have asked, “How do I discuss difficult or sensitive issues with my spouse?” With so much uncertainty in our lives today, this blog aims to address questions that impact the goodwill of our friends and families. After listening to the daily news, many of us ask, “How can this be, or what happened in a person's life that would allow them to think it is okay to commit such an adverse offense upon someone?” If allowed, this blog will transform your thoughts and attitudes.

we all have our individual perceptions that may not be consistent with others. It is helpful to recognize that perceptions are real to the person holding them but may not always be factual . We look forward to hearing about your personal experiences and perceptions for the purpose of sharing or discussion.  

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