Why are we so afraid of facing the hard parts of life? Do we honestly believe we can simply choose to see the bright side of things and miraculously all is well? It would be absolutely lovely if this was the case. But what I see when people do this is a mask, a fakeness, a deep sorrow that doesn’t get resolved and will surface again and again.
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I invite you to complete a S.T.O.P. inventory of yourself. If possible, you may want to interview people who remember you as a baby or young child. Ask them what stood out to them about your personality, things that you seemed to learn quickly, and activities that kept your interest.
I’m not a poet but those words just wanted to escape from my mind today, so I allowed it. I gave myself permission to flow, to not make sense, to let go. Some people call this technique “Stream of Consciousness” writing. I have used this technique with many clients and am always amazed at what our subconscious mutterings can reveal to us. It can be life changing.
Push Past that Plateau – Part 2 Push Past that Plateau in 4 Easy StepsPart 2 Welcome back! I hope you took the time yesterday to recognize the value of the plateau and to offer some praise and appreciation to your journey, your previous accomplishments, and your body. Let’s jump right into step 3! STEP 3:
Push Past that Plateau – Part 1 The definition of hitting a plateau is “to reach a state or level of little or no growth or decline, especially to stop increasing or progressing; remain at a stable level of achievement; level off” (Dictionary.com) No one likes hitting plateaus, whether it is regarding their weight loss,
A narcissist can keep you entangled for a long time. They are that good. If you think you may be in a relationship with a narcissist, my first piece of advice is to start working on yourself.
Praise is addictive. We want it. We need it. And a narcissist knows how to use it.
Narcissistic Abuse – Gaslighting – a manipulative tactic in which a person plants seeds of uncertainty in the victim. The term came from the 1944 film “Gaslight.”
Part One of Four Narcissistic Abuse I truly believe that we experience things not just for personal growth but for the greater good of others. At my very core, I am a student. Of everything. Of topics, of relationships, of people, of myself. I have recently become aware of “covert passive-aggressive narcissism,” and as a
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