Diana Higgins
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Strengths and Weaknesses are two sides of the same coin. Learn to turn what you may regard as negative traits into positive ones. Also great exercise for challenging thought processes, negative or distorted thinking patterns. CBT, DBT, education, therapy, self esteem & confidence boosting

Strengths and Weaknesses are two sides of the same coin. Something I find very useful in regards to the killer question you hear from potential hiring employers "What's Your Greatest Weakness?

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"What is a bookshelf other than a treasure chest for a curious mind." I love browsing other people's bookshelves!

Cassini probe captures Saturn's spectacular aurora. Generally, images of the aurora (equivalent to Earth's‘northern lights’) provide valuable information about the electromagnetic connection between the solar wind, the planet’s magnetic field (magnetosphere) and its upper atmosphere. The Daily Galaxy via Cassini/NASA.

The Planets of our system amazing to see. Praise be to our Lord. The Dancing Aurorae of Saturn

I don't need #11 & 14 I need to work on. #urgencythroughtheroof

This infographic reveals 18 things that mentally strong people (high achievers) do that low achievers don’t. These apply to fitness fanatics as well. Matters Definitely need to work on some of these things!

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