30 Day Challenge To Think In New Ways
Take the 30 day challenge to see if you can change the way you think. Turning our thoughts around and questioning them can have a profound affect on our mental health and well-being.
Good Mental Health
A positive outlook on life is a sign of good mental health. The ability to recover from trauma and the ability to cope in difficult situations are also indicators of a healthy mental outlook.
Improve Your Life Through Delayed Gratification
Our society thrives on instant gratification because we believe it will lead to happiness. Actually, the opposite is true and here´s why.
Knowing When To Ask For Help
Asking for help shows strength of character and self respect. It is not a weakness to ask others to help you, it allows you to create bonds and deeper relationships with others.
Let Your Voice be Heard : Effective Communication
One of the major problems in relationships is communication. Find some tips here on how to be heard effectively.
The Five Skills of Assertiveness
Ever wonder why it's so hard to be assertive? Most people respond to conflict with either too much anger (too aggressive) or not enough (too passive). How do you get it just right? Here are the five skills that are necessary for effective assertiveness.
The power of apologizing
There is a great benefit to yourself and others when you learn the art of apologizing.
Why Change Is So Difficult
Making changes in our life can be daunting, with many of us trying to take on too much and becoming overwhelmed by the enormity of the task, then feeling like we've failed. When all things are considered in relation to the change we want to make then we are more likely to succeed.
Why Is Saying 'No' So Difficult?
Saying 'no' can be liberating, however many of us find it too difficult. Saying 'no' to things that would otherwise make you feel resentful is a strength, and shows that you value yourself. So why is it so difficult?
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