Check-ins help us connect with our emotions. This is a powerful skill that will continue to strengthen the more you do it.
Did you know you can train your brain to look out for certain words and negative thought processes?
Did you know that you are naturally confident? Sometimes we lose track because our environment can bring our confidence down. It is easier to build our confidence when we know what is holding us back.
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Don’t feel like reading? Have a listen instead! Jumping to conclusions is a thinking distortion. It’s when we make assumptions or judgements without knowing all the facts. There are typically two ways that we do this: mind-reading and fortune telling. And the reason we jump to conclusions is because we like to have information. WeContinue reading “How Jumping to Conclusions is Keeping You Stuck”
Toxic shame affects our betterment and our relationship with others. When we recognize toxic shame we can effectively work through it.
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We need to differentiate between internal and external distractions in order to be more productive.
(term previously coined by Dr. Silvan Tomkins) feelings of shame that lead someone to conclude they are bad, less than, unworthy, undeserving or unlovable. These feeling may be deep set, long-lasting and negatively affect someone’s core beliefs, automatic thoughts and overall identity. Importance Toxic shame, in a sense, is us being a bully to ourselves.Continue reading “toxic shame”
comparative guilt (noun) feeling(s) of guilt for not being content because another person (known or unknown) may: love to be in your situation; or are in a worse situation than you. Examples of comparative guilt in a sentence: Parents sometimes use comparative guilt and say, “there are starving children in Africa,” to force their children to eatContinue reading “Comparative Guilt”