Understanding self-sabotage and real tools for overcoming self-sabotaging habits like procrastination and perfectionism as well as techniques for developing positive new habits and behaviors.
Self Sabotage is quite common; most people do it from time to time. However, some people almost make a career out of it. Self saboteurs will mess up by doing alcohol, drugs, participating in risky behaviour, disastrous...
Behaviors can be analyzed clearly through the useful tool of behavioral chains. Because thoughts influence emotions and behaviors, behaviors can be traced back to thoughts and feelings.
When you're a Highly Sensitive Person (or HSP), you tend to experience very strong and deep feelings. Managing those feelings constructively is an important part of a healthy life for HSPs.
Whether you've just discovered that you're highly sensitive or you've known for a while, this survival guide, written by a highly sensitive person, explores in depth what it is to be highly sensitive.
Although highly sensitive people may have characteristics in common, misunderstandings arise when HSPs assume their peers will be just like them. This explores some of the differences among HSPs.
Mutual understanding among people may be one of the less understood concepts in the dynamics of interacting and big scale coexistence. Let's try to see what makes it so.
At times when it appears so easy to make long lists of possible stressors, including behaviors that annoy us, we are likely to lose from sight our own contribution to our being annoyed.
A motto provides words to live by. It can be inspirational and motivational. This article discusses some famous mottos and explains how to choose and use a motto to live a better life.
“You are a manipulator. I like to think of myself more as an outcome engineer.” ― J.R. Ward, Lover Eternal