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“The indispensable first step to getting the things you want out of life is this:  Decide what you want.”  ~ Ben Stein




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  1. I don’t have a website, but I’m a mess & don’t believe in myself. As if a failed in life & there’s no way to fix what I already destroyed. I’ll be 51yrs old next month & not looking forward to it. I hate what I’ve become.
    Thank you for listening… R, Colon
    I already see this is about making money from people that truly need help…

    • Richard — I’m sorry that I did not see your post earlier … I’ve had backend problems receiving comments from people, which has delayed me seeing them for over a month now. I’m not technical in nature.
      I hope the feelings that you’ve been having have subsided in intensity. Know that they will come and go — and that many, many, many people experience them at one point in their life. I know I’ve been there many times. What’s helped me is to do “one thing” positive that I didn’t feel like doing. Take a walk. Read a chapter in a inspirational book. Clean out a closet. Paint a room. Join a support group. See a therapist or join a spiritual retreat. Just one thing to move forward. That one thing, even if it is not related in anyway at all to the pain, says you’re still here for you … you’re still harboring hope for yourself and your life, even if you really aren’t convinced that it will get better. Being willing to do one thing that you’ve haven’t been doing for yourself … adding new things into your life changes your life in ways you can’t even imagine right now. It gets positive momentum going on your side. Try it.

      Sending prayers that you receive the uplifting peace and love you need in your life right now and always. – J. Marie

      P.S. You mentioned that this site is only about making money. That’s not the truth. It costs me about $2000 a year for hosting and technical help for this site (which I couldn’t afford last month, which is why there’s such a long delay in this response) and I charge nothing. The only item for sale on this site is a $4.99 ebook … and that price doesn’t even begin to cover the costs I incur. My heart is in the right place … it is on helping, not on making money from people in need.


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