Discover and develop a relationship with your inner-child: make your unconscious conscious, re-parent yourself and heal your wounded child.
This guide includes progressive relaxation, a process to discover your Place of Inner Peace, and an anchor word to effectively induce a sense of relaxation.
Not only is humor a key resilient strengthening tool it has become a hot topic in the world of employment.
When we accept existential paradox, we ease off our tendency to fight for the right answer, solution or direction. Are you ready to accept contradictions?
When we ask the questions, we have a sense of being in control. Ask the open-ended questions to bring you resilient insights, understanding, and conclusions.
To better manage stress we need to develop body awareness. Pay attention to your strain and pain. Then give it nutrition, sleep, exercise, and relaxation.
During covid many of us isolated with family or others, and conversations may have gone sideways. Here are tips to transform our communication.
I often leave memorial services inspired to live my days to their fullest and more consciously. Loss, grieve and mourning can turn into introspect and meaning.
We have all been betrayed by someone we love. From the darkness, we can move into the light and learn to trust and forgive again. You deserve to heal.
Wouldn’t you know it? As soon as I made the grand statement in the article Use Your Strengths that identifying your strengths is an “easy and meaningful way to feel on purpose,” O magazine of Oprah Winfrey’s empire publishes a feature called, Everyone Has a Calling. It leads with “There’s The Thing You Do For A Living—And Then There’s The Thing You Were Born To Do.”
People with high resilience value acknowledgement and use words of recognition.
Susan Jeffer’s book, Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway is recommended by many therapists, including me as a clear and practical guide to managing unnecessary fear.