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14 08, 2016

Someone Is Praying to Live the Miserable and Stressful Life You Live

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It’s easy for us to look at our lives and find something that’s not going right, something to complain about. We complain about our cars not working, not having enough vacation from work or not affording to go on vacation, not having a newer version of a cellphone, not having enough money to buy our [...]

14 08, 2016

I Salute My Bullies for Rejecting Me and Leading Me to Success

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Yes, I was bullied in high school! And yes, that bullying led me to being authentic and using the factors that lead to me being bullied to be a successful author and public speaker! No one wants to be bullied. In high school, we all want to be popular, have great friends, go to great [...]

14 08, 2016

Whats Gets You High?….Legally?

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Below is a picture of what makes me high! Meet Christon, 4 yrs and his little brother Caiden, 4 months old! Three weeks after I lost and buried by baby girl Clarette, I went back to work and a new hire came to me and said, “Clementine, you are happy all the time. You must [...]

14 08, 2016

The Story That Will Boost Your Confidence and Resilience

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Sometimes as humans, we are so quick to give up. How many times have we been turned down and decided to stop? How often do we take rejection as a sign that it’s not meant to be? Seek others’ approval before running after our dreams? Feel defeat because things are not going our way? As [...]

14 08, 2016

I Wanted To Fit In, Then I Just Didn’t Care!

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Those of  you that have read my book "Happily Broken: Discovering Happiness Through Pain and Suffering" know that I was bullied in high school. Not a fun experience at all. If you have been bullied, you know what I'm talking about. You wake up every morning to go to school and immediately wish it was 2:59pm, [...]

14 08, 2016

PTSD for the Happily Broken

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What is PTSD anyway? This is a question that many of my fellow refugees and immigrants wonder and also avoid at all cost. I also admit that sometimes I tend to avoid it too when I'm with this crowd because there are too many negative connotations around it. For example, in many of our African [...]

14 08, 2016

No Time for Sadness, Just RUN…..

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A couple weeks ago, I was being interviewied for a magazine story and I was asked a question that I never really thought about in the past. The reporter asked, "Did you ever feel like committing suicide when you were running for your life at the age of 8?" When you are running, you have [...]

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