Strength-Based Counseling: Will it Eliminate Anxiety and Depression? From Cary and Huntley
- Dr Michael Shery
... your feelings of well-being and emotional development and will help guide you to the exciting life you seek.
Rather than focusing on your problems and pains, a strength-based psychologist or counselor helps you identify your in-born potential abilities and the strengths that you have...
20 Things I've Learned From My Cat
- Debra Wier
... and since she was so persistent with her little meow, I simply had to pet her. She certainly was a lovable cat. It was dark outside so I didnít really get a good look at her.
After I came home from work, I told my husband about the cat and suggested we drive by there since we were going out. He...
The Gift Of Living In The Present
- Debra Wier
... the past and the future both reside in your mind. While itís certainly a great idea to visualize your future, itís counterproductive to spend too much time there. As for the past, thereís certainly nothing wrong with taking a stroll down Memory Lane. However, itís wise to let go of that which no...
What Are You Thankful For?
- Debra Wier
... are usually not happy, nor are they particularly fun to be around. They like to complain about everything thatís wrong and how bad theyíve got it.
Iíve heard it said that if everyone were to put their worst problems in a big pile that most of us would creep forward and gladly take our...
- Zinn Jeremiah
... while the person who doesn't accept responsibility for their existence is often seen as lacking in important qualities, and can even be branded as an undesirable.
Though individual responsibility is often applauded, there are typically limits to what most people would reasonably assume an...
Let Nature Restore You
- Mary Ann Copson
... everyone else sincerely wish to be of service to others. But they often neglect to tke care of themselves first. They wish to see those they love and care for thrive and be whole and be the best they can be. They forget that in order to help others thrive and be whole and be the best they can...
Something About Money You Don't Know
- Patric Chan
Perhaps, some see it as only a piece of paper and they earn it just so that they can carry on with their lives. Once it's finished spent, they'll work again to earn it.
Now that you KNOW what money is, consider the difference between money and wealth. Money relates to...
Get Inspired By Greater Recognition At Work
- Trevor Hill
... or lip-service. What we crave is genuine and beneficial feedback. Recognition is an example of this.
Have you ever played the children's game 'Hunt The Thimble'? This is where a thimble is hidden in a room and the seeker is guided by calls of 'warmer' or 'colder' as they approach or move away...
Alternatives to remembering details
- Mike Scantlebury
... - who is old enough - they will tell you happily that they remember 'Steptoe and Son' and 'Hancock's Half Hour'. Most people, of that age, will even be able to quote a few lines from one of the episodes. Ask them about Tony Hancock, the blood donor, and they will say, Oh yes, I remember, he...
Frustrated by Your Goal Achievement? CHANGE!
- Dale Stuemke
... any real progress? Maybe something needs to change!
Now, you're probably thinking "Change? Of course something needs to change; I'm not making the progress I should be making! But, I'm doing the right things, they're just not working." Let's look at three possible reasons why your...
Exactly, How Do You Live Happily Ever After?
- Sharron Nixon
... lasting well past the over-glorified honeymoon period. All that is needed is the willingness to work at it even when things get tough - because as with any partnership, there's no doubt that at some stage, things will definitely get tough.
A healthy relationship can be likened to a...
Can You Hear Other's Needs In The Way They Talk?
- Rick Kirschner
... are four communication styles that reflect four communication needs. Notice the needs and speak in kind and you speak to the needs and thus strengthen the communication.
To recognize the style of a person's communication need, you need only make two distinctions. First, is...
Effective Goal Setting For Higher Success Rate
- Larry Rivera
However, goals are not enough unless you do something about it. Moreover, goals not coupled with performance is as good as no goal.
Properly Setting Your Goals
Here are a few tips to consider when setting an effective goal:
1.Set goals that are consistent with your values.
Can Meditation Help to Read Hidden Emotional Messages in other People's Faces?
- Alvaro Fernandez
... his techniques.
Concealed emotions, microexpressions, are the fleeting expressions that people make when they are consciously or unconsciously trying to hide their true emotional response. In conscious microexpressions they may be trying to lie, while with unconscious expressions, they may not...
- Francisco Quezada
... look at it as something that could only happen to them, not to us. Most of us have a little voice in the back of our mind that tells us ďYou are doomed to live a mediocre lifeĒ
We have come to accept our present condition as our life style. And even when we would like to have a better life, deep...
Top 5 Tips for Mental Balance - From a Psychotherapist
- Peter James Field
... up into an excited state attempting to prove that we were right? If only we had been able to take a small step backwards and look at the situation in a calmer, less egotistical manner, then perhaps we might have been able to see - and to react - a little differently. After all, what have...
Why You Must Understand Your Own Value!
- Olivia Stefanino
... your clients really lose out too!
People treat you in the way that you treat yourself and just as importantly, they value what they pay for. If you don't charge enough for what you do - or worse, you give it away for free, then what you're saying at a subliminal level is that you don't really...
Did You Make Your Goals Today?
- Russ Sutton
... goals is a difficult task. What I would like to share with you, in this series of articles, is a simple way to put your goals into existence. Let's get to it!
The first step to defining your goals is to know what it is you want to achieve. Here are a couple of exercises you can do to find...
Relapse Prevention- Dangerous Symptoms and Signs of Drug and Alcohol Addiction Relapse Warning List
- Bill Urell
... indicate that a person may be in 'relapse mode' Some or many of the following may occur and are definitely worth paying attention to.
1. H.A.L.T - H is for hungry, A for angry, L for lonely and T for tired. Often when people feel snappish or cranky a quick review of those for symptoms may...
Passion And Energy Win Fans In Any Arena
- Fred Nicklaus
... and do some fun things together.
We're not gamblers so we immediately went to see what shows were available. One of the personal goals that I had in life was to see Luciano Pavarotti in concert. Pavarotti died so I will not be able to realize that goal. As I was looking through the many...
Decode the Language of Your Energy
- Mary Ann Copson
... one of my clients the other day about learning to read her energy. This was a mysterious process for her. She was more used to checking in with her schedule and her to do list to find out what to do next. She said she never really thought about reading her energy to figure out what to do. And...
10 Questions To Ask Yourself
- Pat Brill
We all are faced with problems and sometimes they are all we seem to have. We have left behind our ability to dream, yet that ability still lives within us, even if we block it with our 'to do' lists.
Are you open to just asking the questions?
1. What do I want?
ADD/ADHDís Impact on Self-Esteem
- Jimmy Brownen
... Being named lazy, daydreamers, impulsive or something else which we canít express here we have remained hallucinated for years. Whatever is the case, ultimately we have suffered in self-esteem. What are the means to overcome them and keep us in best of the moods? Letís introspect.
Loving vs. Liking
- Bernice Ross
... more for yourself.
The Bible begins with the story of creation and ends with the destruction of the apocalypse. Each of us has a birth date and a time when we will die. How we choose to fill our time on earth is our decision. In fact, many people believe that we create our own reality. Is...
I Have Met The Enemy, And It Is Me!
- Keith Shaw
... them wrong...again."
Or maybe you saw on the evening news, during the holidays, people in a fist fight over the last sale item at the local department store.
Or perhaps you read in the newspaper, about the woman who became angry when she was politely asked to move her illegally-parked car in...