Archives by: Dawn Celeste McGregor

Dawn Celeste McGregor

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When we are conscious of where we stand in the world it empowers us to acknowledge our desires. When we know what we want, we can see very clearly what it is that we don’t want. ...
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If the grass starts to look greener on the other side, it is time to water and fertilize our own. Our relationships have the potential to be lush, full and vibrant if we recognize our ability to nourish them. ...
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Relationships can get into ruts and become engulfed in unwanted patterns, making it difficult to see the forest through the trees. As partners, we witness all the good, the bad and the ugly, the unpleasant habits, and the most boring parts of everyday life. ...
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Our precious pets can teach us many things about how to have extraordinary relationships. Sometimes, they even train us to be better partners. They embody unconditional love, resilience, forgiveness, living in the present and absolute joy. ...
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Women's March 2018 / Photo: Dawn Celeste McGregor
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During the Women's March, women stood together as examples to every person who is marginalized. Each voice was unique, and every voice was necessary, because we ALL need to be represented to make this change. ...
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If you are already gettin’ some consistently and want the affirmation that you are already doing all of these things or maybe just want to freshen it up a bit, skip to the next paragraph. If you’re in a lull, then you’ve got to start somewhere. ...
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Don Miguel Ruiz wrote a wonderful book called the Four Agreements. I would recommend reading it, although it isn’t necessary to understand this article. These are my interpretations of his principles through a relationship lens. ...
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Being compassionately honest with others is important to living a life of authenticity. In love relationships honesty is can be sticky. We don’t want to hurt the people we love, so we bend or emit truths. ...
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In our current political and sociological climate, it is difficult to feel safe and secure. For many of us, our entire world is turned upside down. ...
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