Blog Posts - Self Awareness



Increase your emotional intelligence.

By David Joel Miller. Emotional intelligence is more important than you may think. Most people are very familiar with the idea of IQ, the kind of intelligence that written tests can measure.  What gets overlooked often is the concept of … Cont...
by counseolrssoapbox on Jul 11, 2016

The height of naivety

The Very British Dude has, in recent months, written some of the best Remain arguments I have seen—they were not convincing enough to make me change my mind, but they have been eloquent enough to make me, at least, consider my premises.However, his...
by Devil's Kitchen on Jun 4, 2016

Self Awareness 101

I am good at a lot of things, that is a true statement. But I musn't forget the categories of self improvement that I could work on. If you can admit your flaws out loud to yourself, then you can work on them!… More Self Awareness 101...
by First Time Dad on May 24, 2016

Mom’s Mental Health Monday

You can’t take care of every one else if you don’t take care of you. Think about it. You need your body to be running at optimal performance if you are going to give the most to those you love best. HERE ARE SOME QUICK TIPS OF HOW TO KEEP...
by First Time Dad on May 2, 2016

Don’t Bake Him Cookies

Yeah, so, I was in the middle of a session with a client and I searched for an example to illustrate a point. The point I was making had to do with possessing absolutely no value in oneself; feeling a deep sense of attachment and fear of abandonment...
by Much Ado About Something on Feb 20, 2016

BEYOND THE SURFACE: Writing exercise to discover your story and self-limiting beliefs

BEYOND THE SURFACE: Stories to live by, or writing a new narrative I’ve always been on a mission to ‘create from rather than be defined by’. While it’s been my mission all along, it’s taken almost forty years to see and accept it. Continue...
by The Mindful Word on Feb 10, 2016

What Did I Learn

I often ask myself, “What did I learn” after going through various life experiences.  It seems that the harder lessons are the ones that really make me stop and ponder, “What was the lesson here?” On Monday there was a lot of discussion arou...
by A Cake Walk Life on Feb 9, 2016

My Body: With Joy

This is actually a tough subject for me to talk about. I actually had no idea how I felt about my body until I contemplated writing this post. I wish I could say that I love every inch of my body from the bottom to the top (can you tell which song my...
by Tantrachick on Dec 28, 2015

How Conformity forms our beliefs

Every one of us think we are individuals with our own independent thought process. But over the years as we internalize the unsaid rules, we tend to become anxious and insecure. This tends to make us more conservative preferring to fit into the group...
by Brain Training Quotes on Dec 12, 2015

Elephant and Tiny Rope Story about belief

Elephant Rope Story about belief : Once a man went to circus and he was passing the elephants, he abruptly stopped, confused by the truth that these large creatures have been getting held by only a tiny rope tied to their front leg. No chains, no cag...
by Brain Training Quotes on Dec 4, 2015

Re-Thinking Your Weight Loss Strategy

I’m a serial offender when it comes to dieting; over the years I’ve followed Weight Watchers, Slimming World, Dr Joshi’s Holistic Detox, Carol Vordorman’s Detox Plan, The 8 Hour Diet, CSIRO Total Well Being Plan and Atkins Don...
by mummy2mum on Sep 2, 2015

Double Feature Spotlight ~ Lets Talk Gambling & Mental Health

Hello and Welcome Recovery Friends & Visitors, I thought I would share a few special people with you today. It has been a while since I have shared about how things have gone with my mental health since starting at a new behavioral center here in...

Master This One Thing and Watch Your Productivity Skyrocket

I usually don't title articles the way I've titled this one. I don't like the idea of click-bait articles with titles like "This puppy saved his life and you won't believe what the man did to repay him" or "She thought it was a normal tater tot, but...
by MoneyMiniBlog on Jul 16, 2015

No—I'm Squander Two!

Squander Two has penned a superb post outlining the reticence (or, rather, politeness) of many non-Lefties on Facebook. Often in the face of considerable provocation from the Lefty "echo chamber".Some of my friends agree with me about lots of things,...
by Devil's Kitchen on Jun 10, 2015

Improving Self-Awareness for A Healthier and Wiser Recovery

There is so much improvement to one’s life that comes with growing self-awareness. When you become more and more aware of yourself, you recognize the choices you make that aren’t healthy, you recognize the thoughts you have that are negative, you...
by Recovery Advocates on May 19, 2015

The Authenticity Equation

Authenticity leads to trust, and we can all agree that trust matters. But what exactly does it mean to be an authentic leader? The simplest answer is: be yourself. Sure, that sounds easy, but what if… “What if my most authentic self is just p...

The Authenticity Equation

Authenticity leads to trust, and we can all agree that trust matters. But what exactly does it mean to be an authentic leader? The simplest answer is: be yourself. Sure, that sounds easy, but what if… “What if my most authentic self is just p...

Live Your Best Life

Live Your Best Life   Hi my name is Christina Lattimer and I’d like to welcome you to our wonderful “Live Your Best Life” sessions coming at a location near you soon! As a certified coach, Myers Briggs practitioner and with a wealth of experie...
by People Discovery Blog on Apr 16, 2015

Exercise Routine! Part 3: Tasty Ideas

And without further ado, let me present to you the final part of this short series! The 10 minutes Have you ever felt like a session of exercise is just going to be too hard to get through? Well, I … Continue reading →...
by Help Reuben Learn on Apr 6, 2015

Perverting the language

Star Trek's Mr Sulu, George Takei, has written an article for MSNBC [Emphasis mine—DK]...The so-called “Religious Freedom Bill” would have allowed proprietors of establishments open to the public to refuse to serve customers if doing so wo...
by Devil's Kitchen on Mar 30, 2015


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