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What are your core values?

Value plays an enormously important role in emotional well being. We feel authentic when we are true to our deepest values, numb when we’re indifferent to them, guilt and shame when we violate them, and utter meaninglessness when we lose touch with them. The significance of value becomes clearer in behavioral language, used as a […]

Relationships: what generates conflict and what to do about it?

There is no couple who would not argue, but everyone has a way of dealing with the conflict. It turns out that how we deal with such situations tells a lot about the future of the relationship. Dr. John Gottman, one of the best-known therapists in the US, based on his long-term observations on couples […]

Tips for emotional resilience

~ Focus on what you can control, not what’s out of your control: be solution-focused, not problem-focused; ~ Use events as learning experiences, the Chinese symbol for crisis is made up of the two symbols for danger plus opportunity: be flexible and open-minded; ~ Alter your perceptions, don’t try to change others. As Epictetus said […]

The many faces of choice

  Attitude is a choice. Happiness is a choice. Optimism is a choice. Kindness is a choice. Giving is a choice. Respect is a choice. Whatever choice you make makes you. So, what choice you will make today?

Over-responsability: are you struggling with it?

When you take responsibility for everyone and everything, wittingly or unwittingly, you throw yourself into a cycle of anxiety, stress, and sometimes depression as well. You feel it’s your fault when other people feel bad? You feel you’re responsible for your parents’ marital conflicts? You feel to blame if your child goes off in a […]