Take a quick glance at a piece of nutrition literature — blogs, web resources, even printed information in the grocery store — and you'll see that most of the writing about why certain foods are "good" tends to be based on specific nutrients: How much of each you need, whether one food has more than another, etc.
But is this really how any of us eat?
Self-compassion allows you to meet life with an open-heartedness, and a tolerance that allows you to fully enjoy your successes and better manage the mistakes. It doesn't eliminate the pain, or change the reality of the experience, but it helps you move through it easier.
Here's how self-compassion works …
What if I told you that you could take everything you hate about your job and shrink it to insignificance, and then take everything you love about your job and make it grow larger than life?
It may sound like a fairy tale, but there's real-world magic you can use to create genuine happiness at work and in life. The secret lies in understanding that your attention, beliefs and behavior create your
The universal truth about fear is that it affects everyone one of us. But when was the last time we stopped to really analyze our fears?
Not only to see what they are but also to see what they stop us from becoming.
How many opportunities do we miss by avoiding things we’re afraid of?
The reality is
When you first get the big idea, you’re excited. Maybe you’re going to finally run that marathon, or write the Great American Novel, or spend the summer in France.
Yay you! That excitement gets you through the early phase, whether it’s running a couple miles a day, creating a detailed plot outline, or putting yourself on a strict budget and researching house-sitting opportunities in Paris.
But somewhere around the time you can’t seem to run ten miles without stopping, or you’re struggling with chapter seven, or you’ve spent so many nights home watching free shows on the Internet and eating Tuna Surprise you think you might poke your eyes out with a fork, you start having second thoughts.
You wonder if
I just had a recent bicycling accident (hit a pothole and broke 8 ribs), so I am having some time to work from home, visit the hospital and other doctors, and slow down a little. (Yes it's very hard to slow down, but i'm reminding myself it's good for me).
After doing a lot of research and consulting on the "overwhelmed employee" and the tremendous need to
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