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Tips For Making Good Decisions

May 5th, 2018 @

Many people find it difficult to make decisions. Here are some tips to making good decisions. Identify as clearly as possible, the decision to be made Do your homework. Find out as much as possible about the issue or issues you have to decide on Brainstorm to come up with different choices and to weigh […]

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Category : Blog & Happiness & Relationships

Tips For Challenging The Feeling That You Aren’t “Good Enough”

April 30th, 2018 @

Many people feel that they are not “good enough”, But there are things we can do about this rather than just accepting it. Realise that this feeling is just a feeling and is not an objective fact. Avoid negative self-talk. You can train yourself to identify negative thoughts as they occur Learn to challenge your […]

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Category : Anxiety & Blog & Depression & Happiness & Mood & Self Esteem

Two Simple Ways to Take Charge of Your Emotional Life

March 6th, 2018 @

Do you feel like your emotions are something outside of your control? Are you really pissed off or just hungry? Can you tell the difference between joy, euphoria and happiness? Lisa Feldman Barrett is a professor of psychology at Northeastern University in Boston and the author of a new book that explores our emotional life. […]

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Category : Blog & Emotional Intelligence & Happiness & Health & Wellbeing & Stress Reduction

Perfection or Excellence?

February 23rd, 2018 @

Do you think that what you do is never good enough? Do you chronically procrastinate, constantly waiting on more information to make your document perfect, hunt websites endlessly to find the best hotel, or end up ordering pizza because you can’t decide which restaurant to go to? Perfectionism is something I see a lot as […]

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Category : Blog & Men's Coaching and Counselling & Procrastination & Young Men

The stories we tell ourselves narrate our reality

February 21st, 2018 @

I spent a lazy Sunday afternoon recently lost in a book. I was pursuing escapism, not enlightenment. So I was a little shocked to come across a snippet of insight that had me reflecting deeply for days afterwards. The book was Stephen Tobolowsky’s My Adventures with God (2017). Let’s be clear, Tobolowsky is no philosopher. He […]

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Category : Blog & Emotional Intelligence & Narrative Therapy

An Alternate View of Stress

February 19th, 2018 @

Is stress permeating through every aspect of your life? Are you feeling overwhelmed by the responsibilities of work, home and social life? Is stress getting in the way of living the life you want? Perhaps you’re not alone. Feeling stressed is an automatic human response to an external threat. When our brain senses danger, the […]

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Category : Addictions & Blog & Depression & Featured & Mood & Parenting & Stress Reduction & Workplace