March 12, 2016

How To Be Resilient During Tough Times

How To Be Resilient During Tough Times

# 1. Follow the 8 steps below Between February and May of this year, both of my parents passed away. It was not at all the way I had imagined their transitions would happen, nor did I ever dream they would be so close together. I was emotionally and physically close to both of them […]

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March 12, 2016

How To Practice Gratitude

How To Practice Gratitude

# 1. Follow the 7 tips below If you want to add an exciting new dimension to your life and boost your overall health, well-being and happiness, the following may be just what you need. There have been many university studies on the nature of gratitude and how it impacts your life in significant and […]

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March 10, 2016

How To Overcome the Fear of Change

How To Overcome the Fear of Change

# 1. Follow the advice below “She started out in the world with averted face…and all the while the world and life pass pay her like a dream—an annoying source of illusions, disappointments, and irritations. [Jung, Carl, 1959, par. 185]” This quote from Carl Jung, Swiss psychiatrist, describes what it is to walk around with […]

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March 10, 2016

How To Be Vulnerable When You Have Been Repeatedly Hurt, Disappointed and Rejected in Your Past Relationships

How To Be Vulnerable When You Have Been Repeatedly Hurt, Disappointed and Rejected in Your Past Relationships

# 1. Becoming vulnerable again after emotional pain is an inside job Vulnerability comes as a natural bi-product of healing. In order to transcend a closed heart (because that is what lack of vulnerability is), we must be willing to admit and declare three things: (a) I’ve been incredibly hurt (b) I am afraid and […]

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March 9, 2016

How To Release Anger in a Healthy Way

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# 1. Follow the 3 practices below When we think of releasing anger we often thin of things like: seeing “red”, cussing, throwing something, or even punching. Anger like any emotion can become intense or extreme. What we need to do is become aware of the subtleties in our bodies that build up. These may […]

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March 9, 2016

How To Forgive Someone Who isn’t Sorry

How To Forgive Someone Who isn't Sorry

# 1. Follow the 3 tips below Acknowledgment is important. It validates our feelings and lets us know that we have really been ‘seen.’ Unfortunately, we can reach an impasse with loved ones, friends, co workers etc when it comes to hashing out an argument because we are constantly battling perception. Perception is the thing […]

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