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Bibliotherapy for depression: 7 life-changing books that helped me achieve remission from high-functioning depression
Bibliotherapy is self-care Depression can be a challenging battle, but there is a powerful tool that will aid in the healing process: bibliotherapy. Whether you’re seeking solace, understanding, or inspiration, bibliotherapy can be your guiding light on the path to healing and resilience. As someone who has experienced high-functioning depression and successfully achieved remission, here…
You might want to sit down for this… depression is NOT a chemical imbalance
Just like you get the newest software update, you need to navigate the world with the newest scientific advancements.
A beginner’s guide to core Beliefs and automatic thoughts with 7 examples
Core beliefs trigger automatic thoughts that reinforce those beliefs, creating a cycle that can be difficult to break.
Mastering Your Mind: Find your thought awareness level with the self-awareness quiz
This quiz is designed to help you identify your level of thought awareness and the areas where you can improve your skills.
5 ways a thought based approach helps you succeed
A thought-based approach is centered around the fact that thoughts influence emotions, behaviors, and ultimately the results we experience in our lives.
Why you need a thought based approach to personal development, self-care and mental wellness
there is a growing recognition that improving thought processes leads to transformations in every area of life.
Unlocking Your Mindset Quotient: The Revolutionary New Intelligence You Need to Know About
Mindset intelligence, as measured by a mindset quotient, measures a person’s ability to manage their thoughts in a healthy and productive way.
People who say “be kind, you don’t know what someone else is going through” lack this key understanding of emotional intelligence
Let’s talk about how to use emotional intelligence to actually induce change and influence kindness.
How would you rate your confidence level?
Identifying one’s “confidence level” is limiting and unproductive. If you think you have x confidence level, then you anchor yourself there.
Write a letter to your 100-year-old self
Not much to say. Wish you could write back and tell me what to avoid, but the mistakes we made along the way go us to where you are.