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  • 23.01.2019 // Thank you. 🖤
  • 23.01.2019 // Thank you. 🖤
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  • “Please be a traveler, not a tourist. Try new things, meet new people, and look beyond what’s right in front of you. Those are the keys to understa...
  • “Please be a traveler, not a tourist. Try new things, meet new people, and look beyond what’s right in front of you. Those are the keys to understanding this amazing world we live in.”
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  • Lou is starting a new series at her Sunday morning group this Sunday at St Paul’s Church. Revelation is probably the most “out there” book of the b...
  • Lou is starting a new series at her Sunday morning group this Sunday at St Paul’s Church. Revelation is probably the most “out there” book of the bible but how can we see its relevance to us today? We’ll be exploring it though 4 themes: persecution, heaven and evil, worship and politics and context. Why not come along? All welcome and we’ve got waffles and hot chocolate this week 😉 #revelation #bible #creativestuff #stories #opendoors
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  • EN GUERRA CON LA COMIDA🤦🏽‍♀️
Una de las preguntas más comunes que me han hecho últimamente es: que significa comer de manera intuitiva? 🤔
Sobre ...
  • EN GUERRA CON LA COMIDA🤦🏽‍♀️ Una de las preguntas más comunes que me han hecho últimamente es: que significa comer de manera intuitiva? 🤔 Sobre todo cuando digo que nunca he ido a un nutricionista y por opción decidí que nunca pesaría la comida o contaría las calorías de lo que ponía en mi plato. Partiré diciendo que no es un proceso rápido ni fácil, pues requiere mucho conocimiento de tu cuerpo y peor aún, mucho error y corrección. Pero además lo que me parece más importante es que este sistema no te obliga a estar en guerra con tu alimentación. Esto es algo que he visto en muchas personas.... esa necesidad imperiosa y llena de FE por controlar su alimentación. Generalmente un proceso de sufrimiento y privación, al que en un principio se adhiere con muchas esperanzas pero se termina abandonando llena de decepción para emprender una nueva “dieta”... Así, en un círculo vicioso y sin fin. Y que corporalmente implica un vaivén de subidas y bajadas de peso. Entonces cabe preguntarse... cuando terminamos esta guerra? La respuesta es simple en la teoría pero difícil en la práctica: cuando aprendes a conocerte, entiendes que todo es balance, te alimentas de manera lo más natural posible con alimentos que TE GUSTEN, pero no excluyes esos más prohibidos pero que alimentan tu mente y le dan esa flexibilidad necesaria para mantenerlo como un hábito a largo plazo. Siempre me dicen que como muy sano. Y es así, no sufro por eso no me cuesta mantenerlo. Pero después de este plato viene un café con un pedazo de chocolate amargo. MI PLACER ☕️🍫. Crea tus hábitos. Que sean hábitos sostenibles. No sufras, date gustos. Porque esto no tiene que ver con las formas. De hecho he visto personas más sanas con sobrepeso y buenos hábitos, que flacos sin ellos. Disfruta lo que pones en tu boca. En mis #stories les deje la receta de este pastel de zapallito italiano por si lo quieren hacer 😋 Es Justo y necesario. TÚ PUEDES BABY 👊🏻 . . . . . #lifestyle #healthyfood #chile #chilegram #instalike #mujer
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  • Lo que se fragua en un segundo, muere en pocas horas. Y se antoja desproporcionado, las formas y la manera, de vivir y de entender que lo que no se...
  • Lo que se fragua en un segundo, muere en pocas horas. Y se antoja desproporcionado, las formas y la manera, de vivir y de entender que lo que no se asienta con paciencia pierde el equilibrio sin pena ni gloria. A merced de unos cuantos adjetivos y momentos reemplazables y poco memorables.
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  • At a store, I overheard a girl talking on her phone. She told the person on the phone she didn’t think “this time,” she could hide the bruises her ...
  • At a store, I overheard a girl talking on her phone. She told the person on the phone she didn’t think “this time,” she could hide the bruises her boyfriend gave her from her parents. She said she was buying different shades of makeup to see if it would help. When she hung up, I hesitantly walked over. I apologized for overhearing her phone call, asking if I could do. I felt so guilty about eavesdropping. She looked down as if embarrassed, and politely said, “No.” I told her it was none of my business, but I knew how she felt--because I was in an abusive relationship over 30 years ago. It was like her burden lifted. She touched me and with tears asked, “How did you get out of it?” We found another part of the store to talk privately. She’s dealt with this for three years (she’s 19), and her parents had NO IDEA! It sent chills down my spine--like I was listening to my own story. If she told anyone, he would “kill” everyone in her family, including her. Then, he would cry and apologize after every incident, making her feel bad. I told her she needed to tell her parents. Well, it turns out her mother was in the store and she wanted me to go with her. I said this was a private matter and that she should do this by herself. Somehow, I ended up going with her. She asked her mom outside because she needed to tell her something. I’m so nervous. She told her mother everything, showing the bruises. Her mom pulled her close, hugging her so tight. While crying, her mother said they were going straight to the police station. Her mother hugged me as she cried and thanked me! I cried, too. We held hands and prayed. Then, as we were saying our goodbyes, a police officer pulled into the parking lot right behind us. An answered prayer! To anyone living in an abusive relationship, please get help. You are not alone. And please, don’t think you can change them, because you can’t. She told me she loved him—the same thing I used to say. I told her someone out there will show her what true love really is. I told her I’ve been with mine for 28 years and counting. I tell this only to thank God. HE DID THIS! It’s never been easy to talk about my past, but this day, it was.
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  • Choosing to live is an act of courage in itself, willingness, bravery, strength, power. Link in bio.
  • Choosing to live is an act of courage in itself, willingness, bravery, strength, power. Link in bio.
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  • "In the spring of 2017, I knew something wasn’t right. I felt like I wasn’t present in my body; like I was a passenger sitting in my mind observing...
  • "In the spring of 2017, I knew something wasn’t right. I felt like I wasn’t present in my body; like I was a passenger sitting in my mind observing my body on autopilot. I used my student health benefits as a graduate student to see a therapist. Through therapy, I learned that I had complex PTSD, severe depression and borderline personality disorder. I also learned that these issues run in my family. Having a mental illness carries a stigma in Filipino culture. So at 30 years old, I am the first in my family to receive mental health treatment. I wonder sometimes what my life could have been with an earlier intervention. But this is where I am now. I take care of myself." -@lenadidthat . . 📷: @daisynoemiphoto
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