Category: mental health
Why You Need to Slow the F Down and 3 Ways to Do So
Sometimes life goes so fast we think we need to keep up. But when we try to keep up, we end up pushing the gas and life goes even faster.
Check-in When You Want to Check Out
Check-ins help us connect with our emotions. This is a powerful skill that will continue to strengthen the more you do it.
How I Stopped Limiting Myself by Rejecting Should Statements. And How You Can Too
Did you know you can train your brain to look out for certain words and negative thought processes?
5 Common beliefs that limit you
Limiting beliefs can be hard to spot. And a lot of resources are generic. Here are 5 limiting beliefs that are likely holding you back.
How to respond with empowerment to the sexist an inappropriate remarks about weight
Recently a pastor gave a sermon where he said he thinks women need to dress a certain way and be a certain weight in order to please men. He also made jokes regarding female sexuality and women. The remarks are derogatory and a reflection of an outdated and ignorant temperament towards women. The comments also…
The #1 Way to Build Confidence
If you want to build confidence you may not know where to begin. The best way to start is by focusing on your inner dialogue and paying attention to the things that you tell yourself, about yourself. Building Confidence and Inner Voice We all have an inner voice that directs us. And that inner voice…
This Thought Habit Is a Sign of Low Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
Blaming is a cognitive distortion. Meaning, it’s a thinking style common among those with depression and anxiety. Blaming is when we: Blaming and Low Emotional Intelligence When you blame others, you get stuck in finding where to place blame instead of focusing on growth and achieving goals. When you blame outside factors, you limit yourself…
7 Examples of Emotional Reasoning and 11 Ways It’s Keeping You Stuck
Emotional reasoning is when you let how you feel define reality. So even if you don’t have proof, you believe something to be true or false because you feel it is.
Want to Reduce Stress and Stop Overthinking? Try This.
If you want to reduce stress and stop overthinking you need to stop defining yourself by your thoughts and your emotions. Unfortunately, most people do just that without even realizing it. For example: “I’m angry” or “I feel it, so it must be true.” It’s become an unconscious habit. The good news is that this…
How Jumping to Conclusions is Keeping You Stuck
Jumping to conclusions is a thinking distortion. It’s when we make assumptions or judgements without knowing all the facts. There are typically two ways that we do this: mind-reading and fortune telling. And the reason we jump to conclusions is because we like to have information. We need it to make decisions and it helps…