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What does it feel like to "Manifest?"

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What does it feel like to "Manifest?"

What does manifesting feel like in the mind, body, and SOUL?Guest Story By: Rachel Joy, Lifestyle Designer via TheRachelJoy.com "Over the past 6 months, I have become a manifesting machine. In some ways I've been manifesting my entire life, without even knowing it. Like attracts like: when we think of a person, place, or thing, with a deep knowing and wanting, we often come to have that desire in our life. A simple example can be the time you were thinking of an old friend, and then days later you bump into them in a mall. We are all divinely...

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This How Janet Made Her Recovery Possible!

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This How Janet Made Her Recovery Possible!

My name is Janet and my recovery dates are 09/01/2010 (ALCOHOL and crack cocaine), 04/10/2018 opiates and methadone program completed. JANET: RECOVERY IS ALWAYS POSSIBLE! "My mission in life is to help others with addiction and show that recovery is possible!"-Janet Kerr   My name is Janet Kerr and am a recovering addict.I started drinking at the age of 14, and was taking any kind of pills THAT I could get my hands on. I would steal my moms prescription pills WHILE I went through my teenage years partying WITH MORE PILLS and weed. After high school I got into...

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What Living With an Addict is Like...

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What Living With an Addict is Like...

When you live life with an addict it is like living inside a volcano. You hurt all over from the inside out. You never know when the volcano of your life will erupt. Will your son harm another? Will he go to jail? Will he steal to get what he needs? Will he overdose and die? These are the questions you ask yourself over and over. There are times when the volcano of your life is quiet. Most days the hot lava of life with an addict pours out! The pain is intense. Life becomes unbearable. In the end one of...

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11 Year Old Missing her Sister & Dad Since Their Addiction

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11 Year Old Missing her Sister & Dad Since Their Addiction

Having a father and a sister that were both drug addicts, did not give me a good life. It was hard on my life. It affected my school grades, it affected the way my parents treated each other, and most important it affected my life in a very bad way. I've learned a lot in life for these reasons.  Since my dad was a drug addict he missed a lot of parts of my life like my school talent shows, my science fairs, my chorus concerts, and a lot of my birth days. I still remember the first time my...

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What my Sister has Missed Since her Addiction

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What my Sister has Missed Since her Addiction

An addiction is more like an affliction. It's a realization that the life you once had with the sister I once knew is gone gone forever until one day she may wakes up and makes the choice. The choice to be a sister, to be a mother, to be a daughter, to be an Aunt, to be a niece, to be a cousin to be there for the ones who love her and stop being there for one thing a drug. A drug named Roxy. Roxy stole my sister. The drug stole the only sibling I had left. To say...

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