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  • Common Mental Mistakes
    All or None Thinking: seeing no middle ground or grey areasOvergeneralization: Unintentional exaggeration of the frequency of a situation.Mental Filter: Acknowledging only information that is consistent with already believed thoughts.Discounting the Positive: Believing that Read more
  • The Grief Cycle
    This applies to losing a loved one, an important idea, moving from your comfort zone, changing homes or even losing a thing. Stages of Grief Denial: an emotional to protect yourself from facing reality that you Read more
  • Secondary Gain
    Secondary gain is the receiving benefit from a problem. Sometimes having a problem gets a person something that they want (their spouse’s affection, attention) or removes something that a person Read more
  • Steps For Changing Irrational Beliefs
    Recognize the irrational belief Try to find the “inner script” that leads to problematic thinking and be aware of the should and oughts you put on yourself and others. Choose what you Read more
  • How To Improve Communication With Body Language & Tone of Voice
    How to present yourself: Body Language Eye contact  Look directly at the person you are speaking to.  Remain relaxed, spontaneous/normal, serious but not very intense.  Body posture  Face the person you are speaking to.  Slightly lean Read more
  • 11 Examples of Self-Affirmation
    I am worthy of the respect of others.I will try to stay positive and not get swayed by other people’s negative attitudes.I am able to receive and accept compliments and Read more
  • Unforgiveness
    What Forgiveness Is and Is Not Forgiveness is a state of resentment, bitterness, hatred, hostility, anger, fear, and stress towards an individual who has transgressed against another. Unforgiveness is like a Read more
  • Seeking Approval of Others
    Over-preoccupied with what people are thinking about you and trying to control their perception of you. Approval of others is the very oxygen that keeps you alive, feeling bad when people Read more
  • The Skill of Listening
    Hearing is not listening. Hearing is passive while listening is active and requires skill and interpretation. To offer effective listening, you need to find out the message behind the spoken words, Read more
  • Self-Care Plan for Positive Sense of Well-being And Emotional Health
    Approach your day with a purpose. Be productive by outlining daily structure. Each step is important to reach goals that you develop. No task is too small to feel good Read more
  • Effective Listening
    Focus on what is being said  Acknowledge what has been said (not your interpretation of it)  Ask questions for clarification  Pay attention to body language  Resist the usage to interrupt or give advice  Know your Read more
  • Address Your Personal Issues
    Three factors contribute to the development of anxiety disorder, your heredity, your personality, which is influenced strongly by your upbringing and childhood experience, and cumulative stress, the amount of stress Read more
  • How To Recognize Thinking That is Distorted & Irrational
    Very Extreme: Seeing things in black and white, and blowing things out of proportion. Very Broad: Generalizing from a specific; labeling people rather than their behavior. Very Negative: Dwelling heavily on the negative, not recognizing Read more
  • Signs of Healthy Self-esteem
    Find yourself able to make choices and do activities that energizes you.Able to spend time alone and not get intimidated by it.You are able to practice healthy boundaries. Also, able Read more
  • Creating a New Normal
    In the face of loss whether it is financial, emotional, or physical we as human beings tend to stay stuck wanting what used to be and keep holding on to Read more

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