Color Psychology, the study of how color affects mood, behavior and performance, can provide you with tools you can use to make positive changes in your life.
“You are a manipulator. I like to think of myself more as an outcome engineer.” ― J.R. Ward, Lover Eternal
Dealing with psychopaths, narcissists, borderlines, and other bullies can be exhausting. When you can't walk away, here are 3 essential tips to help you keep your cool.
Behaviors can be analyzed clearly through the useful tool of behavioral chains. CBT and DBT are treatments that look for ways to change thoughts and increase one's ability to cope with stress.
Self-centered people are easy to spot by the behaviors they exhibit. Whether they are complaining, speeding, criticizing, or talking about themselves, they never fail to annoy the people around them.
Did you know that there are six different "styles" of procrastination? From the perfectionist to the dreamer, the crisis-maker to the defier? Find out which style you are and how to change your ways.
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.
Self-empowerment is defined as an active and involved participant in techniques and exercises that will lead to future personal success. Learn how you can improve your life today!
It's hard being sensitive. It's especially difficult when the world you live in neither understands nor cares to understand you. There are many reasons why it sucks to be sensitive. Here's just 15!
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.
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