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The Secret to Being a Resilient Woman:

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An informative interview with, Dr. Patricia O'Gorman's book, The
Resilient Women:  Mastering the 7 Steps to Personal Power, and you're
bound to be chanting, "I am woman!  Hear me roar!”  And, you  should. 
Too many
times, women sabotage themselves with girly thoughts,  convincing themselves
that their life's disappointments are a result of being  too tall, too
pretty, too fat, too skinny, too smart, not smart enough or not  sexy enough.
Simply put, our girly thoughts can be our greatest hurdle to  making positive
progress in our lives, both personally and professionally.

Girly  thoughts not only stifle women from achieving their full potential,
but they  slash a women's sense of value or self-worth because they remind
us that we  don't fall in line with the latest version of what is culturally
desirable and  acceptable.  Dr. O'Gorman shows us that a resilient life is
achieved by  how we react to situations in our lives, not by the things that
happen to us.

The path to  realizing resilience is outlined in a seven step process,
designed to guide  you to understand your own personal power.  Dr.
O'Gorman show
s how-to  recognize when girly thoughts are taking over and redirect them
with positive  thinking.   She further teaches us to grow from our challenges
and  progress to a place of gratitude and acceptance.

"Reprogram  your girly thoughts,” explains Dr. O'Gorman.  "Once you stop
being a  victim, embrace your strengths and adopt positive self-talk, you'll
be on the  path to your own resilience.”


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