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My newest video- Word Art and Affirmations

Check out my newest video about my my book Word Art and Affirmations. I published this last year. It is a collection of word art from the past few years. I have set it to some nice classical music. This is a great chill out video that will also inspire and bring joy to you.

Words have the power to brighten or darken our moods and the moods of those around us.
In the case of people we interact with regularly, our words and actions impact their whole

Ask anyone who was teased in school or has been the topic of nasty gossip. Look at
women, men and children who are victims of domestic violence. Even society pressures us
and tells us we are not perfect and that we need to change who we are to be happy.
We are barraged with words that affect us negatively on a daily basis. It should be no
surprise that negative words affect our self esteem and change how we see ourselves. While
it is not always possible to ignore negative comments, we have the choice to not give any
power to the words that are meant to hurt us.

Start your day off with a positive affirmation and put positive, encouraging, complimentary
words in your mind. When you say your positive affirmation enough and take actions to
make your life better, your life and confidence will improve. The change will not be
immediate. You have to say the words enough so they become true to you.

We have a choice of what words to use. Become aware of the words you use when talking
to people and talking to yourself. Are you being positive or negative? Are you agreeing with
others when they put themselves or another person down? If you need to change how you
talk, start slow with a few positive comments each day. Think about when we meet people
that we want to impress. We are on our best behavior and say positive words to that person.
We can act this way around our partners, family and friends as well.

We simply must be aware and be open to change.

Empowering Discussions

What haters?

I love the internet for the versatility you can find. I love how anyone has a chance o speak their minds and disagree or agree. Being able to have conversations with so many different people is a wonderful gift. What I don’t like is the amount of haters. I went to a page on Facebook for Women’s rights and there were several posts by men who said nasty, hateful or just ridiculous things. These are not people that want to have a conversation, learn or share experiences. They are simply bored, unable to use the comment areas as forums for real conversations. They are complainers, whiners, immature losers. It is so pathetic it makes me laugh. I have met these people in real life and they are just as annoying.

What I love about the FB pages is you can use the X next to a comment to Report Abuse, Mark as Spam or Delete. When you report abuse it gives you an opportunity to write a note to that person(waste of time) or block them and you never see their posts again. So the next time someone is acting up and being hateful to you or what you believe, use that X. Than smile, laugh and let it be in the past, because at least you are not filled with as much hate as them. Use your inner strength to move on and enjoy the rest of your day.