emotions

  Coaching Call #129 is out! The topic of this week’s call is: Can Being a Healer Be Fun and Profitable?  This caller found a natural healing method that helped her tremendously when she was ill and now she wants to help others in the same way.  She hasn’t made the career move yet because she’s worried that she won’t find [...]

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Why I Don’t Care That Facebook Used Us As Lab Animals

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by Melody Fletcher on June 30, 2014

  Coaching Call #107 is out! The topic of this week’s call is: Parenting Fears: Are You Good Enough? Is Your Child Safe?   This new mom wants to respect her son’s feelings and identity, while keeping him safe. She feels at odds with her parents and family, either being suffocated by husband’s paranoia (he [...]

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Dear LOA: What If I Have No Emotions?

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by Melody Fletcher on February 20, 2014

  Awesome Ruhi’s Burning Question: “Though I have been a regular reader of your posts, the one thing that keeps me bugging is how am I going to play around with my emotions if what I’ve been feeling is emotional numbness for quite a long time now… This numbness is because of a few things [...]

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  Awesome Dudette asks: “How do you get in the right frame of mind for LOA to work when since birth (literally), life has continuously kicked you down the block, and around the block every year since? I really can’t even imagine what good feelings/energy/experiences would feel like, since that just hasn’t been my reality.  [...]

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  I thought it was about time for another one of my quick and dirty Q&A posts. For those of you with short attention spans, you’re welcome. Where does the negative energy go? Awesome Ismael asks: “I wanted to know since energy doesn’t go away and it just transfers from one thing to the next, [...]

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What To Do When An LOA Nazi Tries To Censor You

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by Melody Fletcher on June 3, 2013

  Coaching Call #051 came out yesterday. The topic of this week’s call is: She Wants to Stop Her Compulsive, Substance Abuse Behaviors. For those of you who liked the last blog post (on quitting smoking and other compulsive behaviors), and want to go WAY deeper into the topic, this call is for you. This [...]

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The Inconvenience of Emotions

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by Melody Fletcher on April 11, 2013

  In the post Can I Actually Manifest Positives While Thinking Negatively?, I explained that you are always moving towards what you want, even if you’re not aware of it (or if it seems like the opposite is happening). I illustrated that as you line up with what you want, you move towards it, and [...]

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Does No Good Deed Really Go Unpunished?

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by Melody Fletcher on September 27, 2012

  Awesome Shaun wants to know: “I read your piece on empathy being the last way to help someone. It reminds me of a saying I heard recently that “No good deed goes unpunished.” I’ve experienced this so many times. I started trying to figure out why this happens. I think you’ve come really close [...]

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Questions About Anger

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by Melody Fletcher on July 24, 2012

  I’ve written pretty extensively about anger in the past. The Power of Anger and Why It’s Ok to be Angry (Article & Audio) Negative Emotions: Anger (Video) One of my regular readers, Awesome Alice, has now posed some interesting follow up questions about anger, which I’m happy to answer in today’s post. “Why do [...]

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Negative Emotions: Anger

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by Melody Fletcher on March 6, 2012

If you’re like most people, anger makes you really uncomfortable – both feeling it and witnessing it in others. Anger scares us. It leads to violent outbursts and screaming. We’ve associated anger with horrible acts and feelings. When we get angry, we scream at each other, we even hurt and kill each other. There aren’t [...]

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