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Without giving out to much information about my upcoming book. Here is another sneak

peek. On one page I write about Adversity.

Here are a few examples – Our own stressors involving career, family, relationships, raising our children, sickness, and lots of things that make up the day-to-day components of life. And stressors that affect our children including, school, making friends, fitting in, bullying and learning about the world we live in. These are the “death by a thousand cuts” types of adversities that can wear us down if we do not know how to combat them.

How to Overcome Adversity in 4 Simple Steps

Step One: Define the Problem Clearly.

Step Two: Determine the Worst Possible Outcome.

Step Three: Resolve to accept the worst, should it occur.

Step Four: Expect and Improve the Worst-Case Scenario.

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In general, a relationship is emotionally abusive when there is a consistent pattern of abusive words and bullying behaviours that wear down a person's self-esteem and undermine their mental health.
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