Good relationships don't just happen. You have to put forth the work and effort to build and maintain a great relationship. Let me share with you what I mean...
Self esteem is affected by physical ill health, negative life events such as losing your job or getting divorced, deficient or frustrating relationships, and a general sense of lack of control. This sense of lack of control is often particularly marked in people who are the victims of emotional, physical, or sexual abuse, or of discrimination on the grounds of religion, culture, race, sex, or sexual orientation.
Sometimes poor self-esteem can be deeply rooted and have its origins in traumatic childhood experiences such as prolonged separation from parent figures, neglect, or emotional, physical, or sexual abuse.
People with long-term low self-esteem generally see the world as a hostile place and themselves as its victim. As a result, they feel reluctant to express and assert themselves, miss out on experiences and opportunities, and feel helpless about changing things. All this merely lowers their self-esteem even further, and they end up getting caught in a downward spiral.
Thankfully, there are a number of simple things that women can do to boost self-esteem and, hopefully, break out of this vicious circle. You may already be doing some of these things, and you certainly don't need to do them all. Just do those that you feel most comfortable with.
We live in a world where we often feel out of control.
We stress about news stories that we can’t change, relationships we can’t salvage and other more personal issues as well.
There is one thing we CAN control though - how we think. We have full control over how we react to the trials and tribulations in our life. We can view every setback as another failure piling up, or we can view our setbacks as lessons on the way to success.
If you are interested in learning how to think positively, then check out the 7 critical steps in this guide.
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We have all run into them before. No matter what we do...there is always someone looking to make your life miserable. Don't give up...there's help.
You’re walking along a dark, winding street on your way home from the bus stop. Suddenly, you sense rather than hear the presence of someone close behind you – matching your every step. Tiny hairs on your neck rise in a frosty chill that permeates your body. Fear has you in its grip.
Quickly, you think about your options. Fight – or flight? You can stay and face the danger or run as fast as you can to safety. It’s a human feeling as old as time and is usually accompanied by a racing heart, rapid breathing and muscles tensing.
If we didn’t have that innate ability to sense and react immediately to fear, the human race likely wouldn’t have survived. Fear begins with a stimulus that’s transmitted to the brain. How we respond to the fear triggers can be automatic or a series of communications that lead to action or thought.
Unfortunately, fear is a product of our unconscious brain and the result of millenniums of scary past stimuli that we can’t undo. But, we can learn to control our fears. This book explores fear and how it can render us helpless or provide us with the positive stimulus we need to move on.
Before you can identify your why you need to know which area of your life needs improvement. Why are you looking for a meaning to your life? Are you looking for an overall purpose, or do you need to develop a why for a specific reason? The answers to these question might surprise you...Anyone who has taken any type of self improvement course has been told to find their why. While this may sound easy enough, it is not always simple to identify your why. This eBook will give you some suggestions for how you can really find your why in life.
There’s no doubt about it, positivity is always a plus in anybody’s life. We could all use a boost of positivity and confidence in ourselves and in our abilities. The problem is that negativity has a way of leaking into our consciousness and deflating and devaluing any positive progress we have made. Because of this, it is imperative that we begin to change the way we look at ourselves and the way we look at the world.
When you let a state of forgiveness into your mindset, you’re giving yourself a gift of the ages. You’re announcing to yourself that you will no longer let the chains of anger and resentment tie you down and keep you from enjoying life.
You’re giving your mind and body the chance to heal from the trauma you have experienced and free yourself to experience new things with gusto rather than dread that you will get hurt again.
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Happiness doesn’t simply come to us in the middle of the night – washing over us like a powerful tsunami and making us happy then and for always. Happiness is something we have to work at every single day of our lives.
This eBook, How to Be Happy, outlines and explains the 13 major steps to find happiness in your life, even though you may have been dealt some blows that are hard to overcome.
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This set includes the best selling book Nurturing a Grateful Heart and The Journal. Both books are meant to be used together as you work to unlock your inner gratitude and create your best life.
It is estimated that 90% of us all procrastinate at some point. While those numbers are huge, more troubling is the fact that 20% of people may have a chronic procrastination problem. If you are one of these people, then you know how damaging a problem it can be.
My favorite quote by Marianne Williamson includes these words: "Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure around you." It's time to start Thinking BIG!
You might be surprised to learn that some very accomplished actors and actresses have admitted to their lack of self-confidence in particular areas of their lives. Fortunately, they have not allowed it to hold them back from achieving their dreams.
Confidence, or lack of it, can make you or break you. Although it is normal not to be confident in every area of your life, it is important to have confidence in some areas and to know how to develop it in the other areas of your life. Doing so, can result in opportunities for advancement in many areas of life, from personal relationships to work relationships.
Holiday stress statistics show that up to 69 percent of people are stressed by the feeling of having a “lack of time,” 69 percent are stressed by perceiving a “lack of money,” and 51 percent are stressed out about the “pressure to give or get gifts.” Stress at any time of the year can be difficult if not paralyzing to others. But, what can you do to manage stress?