Reblog: D.G. Kaye on Self-Esteem and Negative Energy

This is an article about self-esteem that I highly recommend you read when you have a few minutes. It is written by author D.G. Kaye as a guest post for Madelyn Griffith-Haynie’s quality site ADD and So Much MORE. The sections of the article about negative power and pet names in particular were educational to me.

On a personal note, I consider Madelyn and D.G. to both be women whom I look up to as they are intelligent and openly express their opinions in respectful ways without apology. They inspire me! Feel free to leave a comment for me below about a women (whether you know her personally or not) who inspires you.

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend ♥


ADD . . . and-so-much-more

Working through the past
to live powerfully in the present

Guest Blogger:  © Debby Gies (author D.G. Kaye)

©Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC

Returning the favor

©Michel Scott | Found HERE

In mid-August I was honored by a request to write an article for blogger Debby Gies, (author D.G. Kaye), so that she could spend her time getting her latest book ready for publication.

I chose to focus on the brain-based benefits to those of us who take frequent vacations between the pages of a book.

(CLICK HERE to read the entire article on her site)

I had a wonderful time putting something together for the writing/reading followers of Debby’s blog.  However, I made her promise that she would write something suitable for the readers of — as soon as she had a bit of that illusive free-time that seems to be in short supply for…

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9 thoughts on “Reblog: D.G. Kaye on Self-Esteem and Negative Energy

  1. I am beyond chuffed (as they say in New Zealand) to see that you chose to reblog Deb’s article, hosted on my site – especially when I note that you got 109 likes on it. Amazing response. Thank you so much for spreading the word.

    As I said in response (on my blog), I’m humbled by your comment that I am one of women who inspire YOU – you’re pretty inspiring yourself, you know.

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