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Important Disclaimer

Everyday Self Help tips and tricks to lead us all to a more fulfilling and fun adventure that we call life. I do not claim to be a professional, but a human just like you. Seems that in this day in age ,if you want to blog or post ,you need a disclaimer. So here goes something.

Important Disclaimers: The information on this page is for educational purposes only. This page information is of personal opinion and experiences of my own, family and friends, by no means am I telling you that these self help tips and tricks are to be used for a substitute for professional help, counseling, doctors, addiction recovery programs, always consult with a licensed health care professional before trying anything new. Never stop your medication without doctors consent and follow their recommendations. This page provides tips and information and should not be used for prescribing or diagnosing yourself or another person/animal.

Do not practice on others without permission and consent. Never endanger your pets/animals, children or others!

Education and knowledge are gifts, please respect them as such.

All images are used for fun and if any belong to you and you want them removed, message me. I believe that I covered everything,but if you think of anything to add, let me know.

Thank you and Have a Great day!


Ps. If you want any Life Coaching:

Life coaches must be aware of and strictly adhere to the appropriate role of a life coach. Life coaches are not licensed health care providers and must not provide medical advice or engage in patient diagnosis. They do not treat or otherwise counsel those with mental illness. They are not counselors or therapists. The role of a life coach, in its most simple form, is to encourage, coach and/or act as a facilitator of a client’s self reflection, decision making and planning. While counselors or therapists deal with a patient’s mental/emotional conditions and/or past circumstances or trauma, a life coach never addresses such issues. A life coach works with clients to assess current life circumstances and make plans for change toward future goals. The past is only used as a reflection tool to help determine future goals. Life coaching is future and action oriented. Life coaches are obligated to refer clients in need of mental or physical health therapy to an appropriate licensed professional.