Your Life Is Too Short To Spend Years Trying To Make Other People Happy

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Staying in people-pleasing mode is a guaranteed path to eventual self-destruction.

Women are subconsciously trained to be invisible. This eventually leads to a kind of…

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Kaia Maeve Tingley

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Massage Therapist since 2002, Martial Arts Student since 1986. Ravenous reader of books, Avid amateur woodworker, and social media professional. With tattoos.

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