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Do you know someone who is in a, or continues to attract co-dependent relationships? Do you suspect you may be codpendent? Back in February, I recorded this 15 minute video on co-dependent relationships- what they are, how to tell the difference between a healthy and a unhealthy relationship and ways to overcome codependency.
Today I recorded a five-minute video on how to raise your vibrations (your mood) quickly. I have several other videos on a variety of topics for, and plans for more in the near future.
My purpose for recording these videos is to share my journey to a healthier mind, body and soul and encourage others in the same way. I have had to spend years healing my emotional body from childhood trauma. My videos offer a fresh personal perspective coming from experience on topics that are too often repackaged jargon of somebodies mental concept of healing.
I would like to invite you to visit my YouTube channel and become a subscriber. If you know of anyone who may be struggling with self-confidence and low self-esteem, please share my video channel with them.
Thanks for taking the time to read this and to listen to my videos!
Your friend, Elizabeth Van Cleve,

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The Yearning

The Yearning

The stare that pierced my soul
with brows arched stern
I shrank beneath her eyes
disapproval’s cut and burn

I longed for her smile
One sparkle from those grey-blue peeps
That said, “I love you, I am so proud,
that you are mine for keeps.”

Days ran into years;
Rain turned into tears;
Forgotten yearnings buried deep,
Now spring forth as I watch you sleep

Soft white box cradled your form;
Is that a breath that I see now?
A serene face was not to be;
Scornful death lay on your brow

I longed for her smile;
I searched her face still and pale;
But sternness chiseled out its frown;
Was it concealed behind the veil?

Minutes seem to be a thief;
Eternity holds every grief;
And though I sought but one small trace,
they bore you out with scornful face.
Written by: Elizabeth A. Van Cleve

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