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Re: How do you live your best life?

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Having my health & happiness, having wonderful friends...a husband that I'd caring & understanding & puts up with my by polar...
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Family, traveling, remembering all the good times and love shared between myself and my mother.

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prayer and meditation

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Find your joy, live your joy, share your joy!

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My family
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"Laugh hard!  It is like getting an inner massage"

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Just trying to take every day and being thankfully because you never know can happen.

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Stay active and be open to learning new things, having new experiences and meeting new people.  Life is short - ENJOY!

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As a PTSD survivor and compulsive overeater, living my best life means asking for help, something men are not encouraged to do in our cuture. I stay on my meds, I attend Overeaters Anonymous, I imagine a Higher Power I can turn over the care of my life to, and I resolve to live one day at a time treating others as I would have them treat me. Getting over the shame of having to ask for help is a big one for me—my mantra is, "Interdependence, not independence."

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