We often neglect the greatest relationship we can ever have, with ourselves.
Many theorists when talking about how we think have worked on the premise that our mind and personality is unitary.
That is the person who could turn out to be "the one" or not. You certainly won't know when the relationship is young but asking the right questions will certainly give an indication.
Listen as I discuss living consciously, finding self-acceptance, living responsibly and living an authentic life.
Fear is with us all the time. Anyone who hates flying will tell what what it is like to board a plane. The same feeling surfaces if we stand on a tall building with a fear of heights, when we have to take a test or face a difficult situation...
Hopefully this debate will open up new opportunities for help for depression. I am a great believer in mindfulness, leading a productive life including good diet, exercise and sleep. Something I feel anyone can benefit from.
We all do it. We convince ourselves that doing what needs to be done or facing that issue can wait until tomorrow or next week or next month or never.
Being conscious of what you feel, the emotions you are feeling and what is best for you in that moment will always point you in the right direction.
Your genuine self is who you truly are as a person, independent of your employment or the influence of others; it is an accurate reflection of who you are.
I have been successfully treating codependents for many years on an individual basis, changing people’s lives using effective integrative methods that I am continually developing. I realise the importance of learning tools and methods in order to enjoy a fuller life and better relationships...