I release my fears of disappointing others.
Living my life to please others is both unnecessary and unfulfilling, so I let go of my tendency to keep my opinions to myself because I fear disappointing them. I reserve the right to voice my opinion!
When others try to engage me in unnecessary conflict, I have the courage to walk away. I know better than to waste my time and energy trying to communicate with someone who just wants to argue. If the other person honestly wants to listen, then I am open to sharing my...
The word, “assertive” is defined in many different ways: “bold,” “definite,” “insistent,” “positive,” “certain,” and “confident.” Being assertive means you have the skills to ask for or clearly state what you want or need. Take a look at the following scenario, question and responses.
When Coaching Isn’t Enough? – How Does Therapy Help?
What if you have a coach and you just are not seeing progress, what if coaching isn’t enough? Or what if you have a coach and they are trying to help you move forward with your goals, but you keep reverting to unresolved feeling or trauma from the past. What then?
I keep myself accountable to those I trust
My life is well balanced. I enjoy a life marked by order and balance, while still cultivating a diverse set of interests. I am fully capable of maintaining the necessary structure to keep my mind at peace. To best balance my life, I prioritize my values. My life is...