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Finding and Embracing Your Voice

Finding and valuing your own voice does not equate to silencing others or not valuing their input, but rather to trusting your own mind instead of letting others decide for you. Training your mind in this manner will enable you to better develop social skills, establish healthy relationships with others, ...

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Don’t Take It Personally

Taking things personally is something we’re all guilty of doing at some point or another – often on a daily basis. As social beings, our interactions and relationships with others can impact our own well-being and how we feel about our lives. And although we all have our sensitive spots, ...

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Guilt and Shame

Guilt and shame are very powerful emotions – arguably, two of the most powerful emotions that we humans experience. Whether it’s from abuse that occurred during childhood, feelings of rejection or failure, or feeling inadequacy with our own self-worth – we’ve all experienced a degree of these emotions at some ...

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 Criticizing Your Appearance

In a world where social media and pop culture seem inescapable, it can be difficult to avoid passing judgment. Everyone is guilty of judging the behaviour or appearance of others at one point or another, whether aloud or privately to ourselves. In such a critical culture, most people often criticize ...

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Attitude of Gratitude

Do you often feel overwhelmed by the frenetic pace of life? Do you stress over the little things and feel frustration on a daily basis? If you’re ready for a change, consider adopting an attitude of gratitude. Being grateful, which means paying attention to good things moving your way, allows ...

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Overcoming Approval Seeking

It is a natural human desire to seek connection and approval from our fellow humans. When we receive approval from our peers, family members, and mentors, it can be validating and elicit many positive emotions. However, relying on external approval (external source of validation) can mean you are putting your ...

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A Kinder Voice of an Inner Ally

The saying “you are your own worst critic” could not be more true, as many people have a tendency to be quite hard on themselves. Being your own worst critic can take a toll on your mental health as with time your pathological critic continues to grow stronger and could ...

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How To Improve Your Self-Esteem

Low self-esteem can make it difficult to pursue career goals, make friends or have long lasting relationships. Here are some suggestions to help you rebuild your self-esteem: Undergo Self Esteem Counselling Self-esteem counselling is perhaps one of the most important steps you can take to improve your self-esteem. In counselling you ...

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