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New Study Reveals a Skill to Dealing with Anxiety

Anxiety can be very hard to deal with. Your mind won't stop running. It keeps going and going like the Energizer Bunny. The thoughts are constant. The mind attempts to go all Nostradamus on us and predict the future. A new study has shown that 91.4% of these worry predictions are actually wrong. They simply are not true. Check out...[ read more ]

Knock Off Negative Thinking

How's that voice in your head sounding lately? Does it talk to you with kindness and compassion or is it telling you how you're failing at everything? Is it thinking of actual outcomes without disturbing who you are or is it telling you that the small comment your partner made the other day probably means your relationship is over? The...[ read more ]

Relationship Quiz: Is Your Relationship Healthy?

Relationships can be amazing and awesome and set our hearts a flutter. Relationship can also be draining and disastrous and make our stomachs roil. Do you have an idea of where your relationship stands? How's the health of your relationship? This relationship quiz, from ImagoRelationshipWork.com, is a great place to start. CLICK HERE FOR THE QUIZ This quiz is only...[ read more ]

Build Connection with 4 Relationship Mantras

We are built for connection. Humans have been forming groups since our beginning. One of the ways that we aim to build that connection is through romantic partnerships. Trying to fuse, blend, integrate (or whatever other word that makes sense here) your life with another person can be extremely difficult at times. Thich Nhat Hanh, a world-renown Vietnamese Buddhist monk,...[ read more ]

3 Happiness Myths

Do you feel like you just can't get happy? Do you feel like everyone else is happy except for you? If you answered yes to either of these, you may be struggling with the 3 happiness myths as stated by Dr. Russ Harris. Dr. Russ Harris wrote an amazing book called The Happiness Trap. I'll be sharing excerpts and skills...[ read more ]

Try this app if you struggle with self-harm

Self-harm is a very prevalent and serious issue in the United States and all over the world. Check out these stats from an article written by HealthyPlace.com: Each year, 1 in 5 females and 1 in 7 males engage in self-injury 90 percent of people who engage in self-harm begin during their teen or pre-adolescent years Nearly 50 percent of...[ read more ]

Values-Based Living vs. Goal-Based Living

Goals are important right? Goals give our life purpose, drive, and potentially meaning. What happens when we meet our goal? The satisfaction fades quickly, and we immediately create another goal. The chase begins again. What happens when we don't meet our goal? Not only are we not satisfied, we become stressed, upset, and feel like a failure. Our life begins...[ read more ]

The Felt Sense Prayer

I was listening to a video by Tara Brach the other day (click here for the video), and in that video she shared this beautiful poem about accepting and embracing our pain, feelings, thoughts, and emotions as way to actually heal our heart, mind, and soul. The Felt Sense Prayer I am the pain in your head, the knot in...[ read more ]

Good.

Life is difficult. It can feel crushing. It feels impossible to take the next step forward. Jocko Willink is a retired Navy Seal, author, and podcaster. He's received a Silver Star and a Bronze Star. He's got a blackbelt in jiu jitsu. It's fair to say, he's been through it. He's seen some stuff. In the video below, Jocko offers...[ read more ]

Handle Holiday Guilt

The holidays are in full swing! Along with the gifts and stress and joy and travel and family, guilt can arise. In particular, guilt from our family members. In the video below, author and speaker Mel Robbins, shares her way for handling holiday guilt trips from family members. Mel starts the video by explaining that: Guilt = Disguise for Love...[ read more ]



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