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Negative Self-Worth Defeats Your Success

Anna’s Story Anna always dreamed of being a teacher and a great mother to her children, like her mother. She had always been a little on the chubby side, but her mother gave her lots of love and support and encouragement. Anna was encouraged to eat healthy and exercise. Mother always told her that as… Read More »Negative Self-Worth Defeats Your Success

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How to Escape People-Pleaser Prison

Find the Keys Having love, recognition, and approval from friends, family, co-workers, and peers is very important to me. If I don’t please others they may choose to reject, criticize, or abandon me – People-Pleaser. If you fear rejection or disapproval – or you feel guilty for saying no – or feel a lack of recognition… Read More »How to Escape People-Pleaser Prison

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Change Your Life One Step At A Time

Are you self-motivated enough to be a success, to go where you really want to go, and to be the person you’ve always dreamed you could be? Are you motived to begin the change process? Yes? Then let’s get started Self-Awareness The first step in making changes in your life is to become aware of what… Read More »Change Your Life One Step At A Time

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Overcome Excessive Impulsivity

Impulsivity in People With ADHD The person who displays impulsive tendencies is often reckless and impatient, not taking the necessary time to think through decisions. Some are painfully shy in social situations because they have been corrected, reprimanded and ridiculed when they did what felt normal and right to them. They often find it difficult… Read More »Overcome Excessive Impulsivity

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Staying Focused When You Have ADHD

  An article in HealthLine states people with ADHD are predominantly inattentive, meaning, they have difficulty focusing, finishing tasks, and following instructions. They are prone to distractions by anything that catches their attention. Inattentive ADHD often manifests as forgetfulness, apathy, or distractibility, and can be mistaken for anxiety or a mood disorder in adults. In… Read More »Staying Focused When You Have ADHD

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Manipulate a Conversation By Not Listening

Hearing vs. Listening Many people, men more than women, but women too, don’t listen to what’s being said. They might be able to tell you the words that were said for a few seconds, maybe a couple of minutes, but they definitely couldn’t tell you the meaning. I know one woman who got tired of… Read More »Manipulate a Conversation By Not Listening

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How To Stop Effective Communication

Communication is a process by which information is exchanged between individuals through a common system of symbols, signs, or behavior. It can be either a verbal or written message. Merriam-Webster There are certain things we do that stop all effective communication. Saying Nothing – Silence One of the best ways to stop all communication is… Read More »How To Stop Effective Communication