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Shalom Health and Wellness: More Tips on Building Self Confidence

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Apostle Loretta Williams

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FRESH MANNA OUR DAILY BREAD: SHALOM HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Apostle Loretta Williams is a Motivational Speaker and Teacher who will be sharing information that is essential and vital to our physical (body) welfare which will also include the benefits of nutritious meals, herbs and spices and various foods that provide protein and vitamins that are good for our bodies.  We will learn more on how to stabilize our mental and psychological (the mind and our thoughts) and dealing with our emotions (how we feel). Occasionally she will have guests who are health specialist or advocates who can enlighten us further, so we can learn as much as possible about maintaining good health and enabling us through their knowledge and expertise to live better and fulfilling lives so we can be happy! 

Today’s Lesson Topic:  More Tips on Building Confidence to Overcome Low Self Esteem.  In September we discussed how low self esteem is a major problem for many people, old and young.  Regardless of your social and economic background, the color of your skin or who your parents and family are; low self esteem is a personal battle that usually wins by causing people to doubt their own worth and value.  We should always encourage ourselves, think  positive thoughts and avoid people who are negative and critical of others.  Listen and share this lesson with family and friends it’s vital information to our spiritual, emotional and psychological well-being.

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