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Who Are You Meant to Be?

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PERSONAL GROWTH

Mindful Relationships

With all the pressures of our day-to-day living, making the time for expressing ourselves in a loving way has become increasingly difficult. In addition, we expect to and believe we know how to have a loving relationship without any training. We don't learn how to negotiate to get our needs met. Sometimes people don't even know what they need. They just believe their partner should meet their needs without having to ask. As a result, we end up creating the same dysfunctional relationship that our parents had or that we had with them.

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PERSONAL GROWTH

What Have You Done for Your Mental Health Lately?

Symptoms of poor mental health include depression, anxiety, eating disorders, relationship problems, obsessive thinking, poor impulse control, etc. Mindful Therapies, psychotherapy, cognitive behaviour therapy are all proven treatments for these conditions.

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ORGANIZATIONAL AND BUSINESS

Conflict Styles

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PERSONAL GROWTH

Dealing with Conflict In Relationships

One thing is certain: conflict will happen. It is a natural and inevitable part of living. No matter how much we might try to avoid it, no matter how uncomfortable we are in dealing with it, conflict will happen all too frequently. So, what do we do? It is actually quite simple. We either effectively manage it, or we deal with the consequences of reacting ineffectively to it or leaving it unresolved.

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PERSONAL GROWTH

Why Smart People Fail at Relationships

It doesn't matter what your IQ is and how much you have achieved academically. Even heads of organizations can fail to see how important their relationships are to the success of the business. Successful, accomplished people may have great difficulty in personal and professional relationships where they need to relate to others in an emotionally intelligent fashion. Due to new insights into brain functioning and how we develop, it is much clearer what it takes to help build and sustain productive, meaningful professional and personal relationships.

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PERSONAL GROWTH

What is Attachment Repatterning?

As our brains can lay down new patterns of behaviour, we change the existing attachment pattern of thoughts, feelings, and behavior that has existed since childhood. In order to do this, we have to enter a conscious process that begins with understanding our personality type, our needs and our attachment patterns. In addition, we need to be in a relationship with another person with which we have a secure bond, to create the new pattern. It cannot be done in a vacuum or as an intellectual exercise.

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PERSONAL GROWTH

How to Change Behavior

Our brains are highly social with the capacity for emotional attunement. Because of this, the brain develops in relationship to others and continues to change when we chose to develop. Should we not continue to develop and mature emotionally, our brains stall and patterns of behaviour that were laid down in childhood persist. When this happens, we grow older, but we do not mature.

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PERSONAL GROWTH

Identifying Striving Styles in Children

I think most parents are looking for ways to better understand their children and give them a strong foundation as human beings. As a child`s Striving Style is based on an inborn need, they come into the world with his or her predominant need already determined by prenatal events, although we do not know what all of these are. This need is visible from a very young age as they seek to gain mastery in their lives.

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PERSONAL GROWTH

There Is More Right Than Wrong With You!

Through the Striving Styles Personality System, we gain an understanding of what we need to feel secure and how we are likely to behave when we are self-actualizing which can improve the quality of our life and reduce emotional distress. We all end up in adulthood with some degree of anxiety about ourselves.

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