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How to build positive relationships with colleagues and superiors
How to navigate office politics without compromising your values
How to handle conflicts and difficult situations in the workplace
Shame is one of the most detrimental habits. These embarrassing or shameful memories will pop up when you least expect them. They can trigger you to sabotage your goals.
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“You leave old habits behind by starting out with the thought, ‘I release the need for this in my life.’”
Staying in an unhealthy relationship can wreak havoc on your mental health.
If your partner is verbally (or even physically) abusive and they refuse to change, it’s time to make a plan of escape. Otherwise, it’ll destroy your mind or even kill you. No one ...
Denying your problems in hopes that they’ll disappear over time is a terrible habit. While time does help to ease the pain, deep down, it still hurts because it’s not solved.
Don’t dwell on what could have been. Any thought that starts with “I should of” is going to tear down your happiness.
These thoughts are harmful to your mental health, and they accomplish nothing. The only thing you have control over is what you do from now on. So,
To varying degrees, we’ve all felt betrayed by someone we trusted. I know it’s painful to the core. If it was horrible enough, you might never talk to them again, although you’re not saving yourself from further pain if you refuse to forgive them.
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Would you continue striving to be better if you've achieved your goal?
When goals are made priority over your systems(habits), when you've achieved your goals, you are very likely to revert into your previous unproductive habits.
This is one way that focusing solely on goal setting ca...
First, learn how habits form and how they work, to better control what habits you set up and get rid of habits that are detrimental to you.
The best way to keep your habits in check is to be accountable for your good or bad habits. Find one or multiple people that you report to on a ...
Most thoughts come and go because we don't give them any special attention. But some will attract our notice. These are our 'trigger thoughts'. If you pay enough attention to them, they can trigger bodily sensations and feelings.
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