.Move like an optimist! It is impossible to feel depressed while smiling, walking briskly or dancing to happy music.
Delightfully, out of the mouths of babes comes the truth. We adults have workaholiced ourselves away from taking time to wonder at life nuances. We are socialized to worry about what the neighbours and our mother-in-law think, to look successful and to hide our feelings to the point that we have forgotten the essence of a normally absurd life. There is much we can learn by connecting to babies and children. They remind us of our own childlike essence – the kid in us.
•What is the worst work related experience you’ve endured?
•How did you cope?
•Looking back, what did you learn?
Have you ever wondered how to stop procrastinating? It’s important to learn if you repeatedly find yourself stuck in an unhealthy body, friendships, intimate relationships or work environments.
“What is right about you?” is a basic resiliency strengthening question.
Disagreements abound in relationships from politics to parenting. In Parent Effectiveness Training, Thomas Gordon states “Parents don’t have to put up a “United Front.” Let me offer some perspective and possible options.
Seligman released Flourish. Seligman is a researcher, questioner and thinker who is willing to re-think his research finding, theories and positioning.
Questions to ask yourself to strengthen your resilience.
Making a chocolate bar card on someone’s birthday is fun for the creator and the receiver. The materials are easily accessible and the creative result, fun.