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Shelley L. Hallmark

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Shelley Hallmark was born in Vancouver, British Columbia and grew up in the suburb of Port Coquitlam. She has always had her own thirst for personal growth and self-empowerment and with the publications of many Self-Help authors’ books she found an avenue to inspire and motivate herself beyond the imaginable. As a first time author she seeks to inspire and motivate others in a unique way as well, much like that of her mentors.

If It’s Not Broke

Don’t Fix It?


How does one determine and/or agree with another’s feeling about what is or isn’t broken?


How does one determine how just, worthy or right another’s feelings are when hurt?


Emotions are a very large part of all of us and probably the most important and largest hurdle in all relationships, dismissing them is a huge mistake.  We are all human, whether you acknowledge or embrace your e

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Ralph Waldo Emerson
“To laugh often and much;
to win the respect of intelligent people
and the affection of children,
to leave the world a better place,
to know even one life has breathed easier
because you have lived,
this is to have succeeded.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson




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