DBT Skills: Emotion Regulation and Acceptance

DBT Skills: Emotion Regulation and Acceptance




It Is Dangerous and We All Do It – Read What It Is

In a modest use of the word, I will like to regard myself a writer. No one ever told me that, and I do not feel it all the time especially after reading a Danielle Steel or Lucado, but somehow I know I am one and do not ask me how. Writing is an hobby for me.

Sailing Can Teach Your Children Many Things

When you volunteer to take on the fun-filled task of teaching your children how to sail a boat, you can expect to have the privilege of (later) seeing the far-reaching and beneficial results of what you did to teach them the basics of how to improve their lives. The results we see in our children is that our mature children have learned to be independent thinking adults.

How To Be Well-Dressed

When you look good, you feel good. We all dress partially for ourselves and partially for others. Use these tips to feel better about yourself, your style and how others perceive you.

How to Feel Great About Yourself in Any Situation

In life unexpected situations happen, and they can take you into an emotional whirlwind. In a matter of minutes, you can feel hurt abandoned, attacked and downright mad. When this happens, it is important to have a conscious way to process your emotions to come back to your equilibrium.

The Importance of Self Awareness – Do You Have an Accurate Perception of Your Capabilities?
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From reading thousands of comments and emails, and talking to readers, family, and friends, I’ve learned that there is something very central to how we construct our beliefs — our perception of our capabilities. Limiting beliefs, like thinking that you can’t, won’t, mustn’t, shouldn’t, couldn’t, wouldn’t be or do something is based on what you perceive your capabilities to be, and further limits your perception of your capabilities and drags down your self-image. And you act accordingly by making choices limited to your perceived capability, which translates to limited experiences and generating limited results that reflect the limitations…

Overcoming Low Self-Esteem

People who have low-self esteem can end up affecting many areas of their life. Low self-esteem is very harmful to the moods of those who suffer from it and due to the daily mood swings, their enjoyment also suffers. Moreover, the most detrimental aspect of low self-esteem is that you do not make a very good impression on the people who you meet, take less good chances and also suffer from psychological illness like depression.

Is Your Self Image Affecting the Quality of Your Life?

How we view our selves, body and personal value, has a substantial effect on how we perform in life. An extraordinary person, may have a less than average value because he doesn’t believe and doesn’t want to be but average. Are you sabotaging yourself? find out.

5 Signs That Someone Needs Far Too Much Attention

One of the age-old disputes and/ or confusions is often being able to differentiate between when somewhat is truly egotistical, and someone that needs to constantly toot his own horn, in order to build himself up (at least in his own eyes). Is it merely bragging, an over – bloated ego, or a manifestation and/ or defense mechanism of a potentially troubling inferiority complex? Since I am neither a psychologist nor psychiatrist, my purpose in this discussion if not to psychoanalyze or get into someone’s head.

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What Is Toxic Shame?

When shame becomes toxic, it can ruin our lives. The core belief “I’m unlovable” can monopolize us or remain unconscious and be easily triggered. When shame becomes toxic, it can ruin our lives. The core belief “I’m unlovable” can monopolize us or remain unconscious and be easily triggered. Learn more about toxic shame and how to spot it.

Social Media and Body Image

For too many people today, the media including social media has a significant effect on body image. Surprisingly, body image and media influence begin at a shockingly young age. In one study, researchers found that children as young as 5 were changing their opinions based on TV programs.

3 Myths Holding You Back From Your Best Life – Tips For Loving Yourself

One of the biggest lessons I learned from nearly dying of cancer is the importance of loving myself unconditionally. In fact, learning to love and accept myself unconditionally is what healed me and brought me back from the brink of death. During my workshops and speeches, I often tell the audience to “love yourself like your life depends on it; because it does!”

Do You Suffer From The Impostor Syndrome?

Many of us suffer from the Impostor Syndrome – where we feel that we have only achieved our success by luck. We worry that we will be exposed as a fraud. Far from being restricted to a fringe minority the impostor syndrome has affected even the greatest minds, such as Einstein.

Guide To Confidence Part 01: Mentality

This series is aimed to remove the mass confusion about confidence, since everyone says “be confident,” and yet no one really explains it. For the sake of getting the best out of this article..

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My Most Meaningful Lesson – Love Yourself Before All the Rest

“How could I have said something so stupid??” “That was so dumb of me!! I should have known better!”

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