Tuesday, July 30, 2013


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Wednesday, July 17, 2013

A Gift From You to You!

Do positive thoughts and messages produce positive results and behaviors? Why, yes they do!
An affirmation is a statement of self-acceptance that one uses to allow the manifestation of his/her destiny.  These are positive thoughts that are sent out into the universe.
Here are a few hints to make affirmations work:
1. Keep them short and simple.
2. Use present tense.
3. Choose only positive words.
4. Believe that what you are saying is actually happening.
5. Repeat, repeat, and repeat.
6. Set aside a specific time for your daily affirmation practice.
To practice your affirmations, get into a routine of repeating them daily during your allotted time. 
To read the full article, please pick up a copy of the Coral Ridge Newsletter or schedule an initial consultation with Kacee Tannenbaum, LCSW and she will share her tips, tools, and tricks associated with positive affirmations. Contact Kacee at 954-800-0108.

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Thought is Power!

I am happy.
(but my heart is sad and my eyes are leaking...)
I am calm.
(but the storm rages inside me, smashing against my walls)
I am loved.
(but I feel so lonely, misunderstood, forgotten)

I am kind.
(but intolerance rips through me, hash words escape my mouth)
I am wise.
(but bad judgment dogs my heels, impatience claws at my mind)
I am at peace.
(but I scream at the injustices of the worldly, our planet seems doomed)

I am beautiful.
(but the mirror tells a story of a tired, used body)
I am intelligent.
(but every challenge seems insurmountable, every problem feels impossible)
I am satisfied.
(but I want more, to feel more, know more and be more)

Yes. I am satisfied...
(even if I keep sighing...)
I am growing.
(I will be more)
I must keep trying.
(I can)

This is the true POWER of POSITIVE AFFIRMATIONS!  Need this type of super power? Use the contact form on this website to schedule an appointment with our DBT Specialist, Kacee Tannenbaum, LCSW.