Janet Pearlman

Living in the Stream of Yes

September 6, 2022
by Janet Pearlman
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The Power of Seeing Innocence

Many of us judge ourselves. Our culture shaped us that way. Then we may avoid the pain and fear of that judgment.
Let’s make it ok to feel uncomfortable feelings including fear, guilt, shame. Making it ok to feel our feelings is a foundational step in our self-awareness and growth. These discomforts tip us off that a habit of thought is operating in us, and we know we can shift those bit by bit. Continue reading

August 30, 2022
by Janet Pearlman
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Reframe That Thought Part II

In building our mental muscles empowering ourselves, we have many habits of thought to release and replace. We want to lay down new neural pathways that conduct our positive thinking and feeling. Integrated into our living and unfolding, reading the account of one person’s shifting inspires us all. Continue reading

June 29, 2022
by Janet Pearlman
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Focus for Strength

We all benefit when we read an example of overcoming fear. Isn’t it inspiring when we learn how someone shifted her focus toward what she could do bit by bit? Direct herself toward building strength? Continue reading

June 15, 2022
by Janet Pearlman
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Caring for Loved One with Dementia

Some of us will find ourselves in a position to care for a loved one who is suffering from dementia. What insight and strategy are available to us in light of perspectives in this blog? Continue reading

June 7, 2022
by Janet Pearlman
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A Relaxed Second Look

We are in charge of our perceptual lens. What we see and how we interpret what we see is entirely subject to our assumptions, the way we think.
If we judge something with a quick glance, and decide it is not up to our standard, we can miss out. Perhaps we can get pay off in taking a second look when we feel better and then making a second survey. Continue reading

(Mission statement here).