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3 Life Lessons You Should Learn from Someone with Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a complex mental disorder, often misunderstood and stereotyped by many. Its main symptom is the inability to distinguish between fantasy and reality, and its causes are believed to be both environmental and genetic. According to the World Health Organization, (WHO) one in two people living with schizophrenia does not receive care. This is due to either lack of education on the mental illness or misconceptions about schizophrenia. One of the most important things to note about schizophrenia is some it can either be mild schizophrenia or severe schizophrenia. However, whichever type of schizophrenia a person has, a lot can be learned […]

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Coaching Empowers You To Prosper Triggering Happiness In Your Life

There is nothing worse in the morning than to open your blood-shot eyes and instantly begin hearing the God-Awful chatter of your mind screaming how terrible the day is going to be. The waves of nonverbal pain pounding between your earlobes with nauseating effects. You have to call upon every ounce of will-power just to keep from puking all over yourself. “I have to get a grip on my thoughts or my head’s going to explode.” All because of the day before, you were dodging a barrage of fiery darts from the pits of hell catapulted at you from your […]

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The Reasons Behind Emotional Eating

People tend to think that emotional eating happens because people lack control over their emotions. While this is a valid assumption, there is more to emotional eating that just not having control over oneself. If emotional eating was just a lack of discipline then it could be controlled by following carefully calculated diets and strict meal plans but this doesn’t happen. Emotional eating occurs as a response to certain triggers and the majority of the time, we don’t know what it is that sets us off. Psychologists have narrowed down the following 5 factors that contribute to emotional eating:   […]

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21 Motivational Quotes That Will Inspire You To Love Yourself

One of the most essential parts of self-growth and development is learning to love yourself. Beating yourself up over little mistakes or perceived flaws only holds you back from enjoying life, growing as a person, and in your personal goals. Low self-esteem often leads to self-sabotage and fear of failure. When you learn to love yourself, you’ll find an inner stability that will keep you steady even during difficult times, and you’ll experience less heart break searching for validation from others. Self-love will make life simpler, and you’ll be happier. Here are some of the most inspiring quotes that will […]

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Why we need to STOP telling our children DON’T, STOP and NO.

I can hear the people reading this headline and thinking, WHAT? THIS LADY IS CRAZY.  Well, first of all, STOP thinking about the pink polka dotted elephant so we can get through this blog post.   Ask yourself, what am I seeing in my mind right now? A Pink Polka dotted elephant perhaps. Am I right? Post in the comments.   I recently told my coach I didn’t like doing my evening review because the questions I needed to answer were all questions that made me focus on what I did wrong that day. It made me feel icky. He said, […]

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Profession Change – Becoming a Life Coach

Coaching is a form of development in which a person called a coach supports a learner or client in achieving a specific personal or professional goal by providing training, advice, and guidance. The learner is sometimes called a coachee. Occasionally, coaching may mean an informal relationship between two people, of whom one has more experience and proficiency than the other and offers recommendation and supervision as the latter learns; but training differs from mentoring in focusing on specific tasks or objectives, as opposed to general goals or overall development. Boomer is a term used for a person who during the time of his career bring the whole group […]

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Coaching vs. Counseling – What’s the Difference and What’s Best for You?

When searching for help to find the right way forward, you might decide to look for a coach or find a counselor. But which one is right for you? We are going to take a look at the differences here, to help you understand which is best.   What do they help you with? The first difference between the two methods is what kind of things they will help you with. First of all, a counselor will usually help you with thinking, behavioral, or emotional problems that you may have. These could have been caused by an illness, a trauma, […]

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Improving Your Emotional Intelligence

Back during the days, intelligence quotient (IQ) is the measurement of how far we’re going to go in life. If you’re smart or intelligent, you’re bound to go places. When we see a kid who always has straight A’s on his report card, we would automatically think that the kid will be successful someday. We don’t make the same remark with a kid who only has average grades, no matter how diligent the kid may be. Well, nobody can really blame people for thinking the way they do. I mean, in order for anyone to make it anywhere, one has […]

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How to Eliminate Stress at Work: 5 Tips

Everyone, at some point during their life, has experienced stress at work. To a greater or lesser degree, it’s a problem many of us deal with on a day to day basis. Whether it’s unreasonable deadlines, an unmanageable workload, friction with workmates or your boss, work stress can have a huge impact on both your work and home life.   Here are five tips for how to eliminate stress at work:   Track your Stress Levels Your first priority is to work out what makes you stressed at work. Try to mentally log the moments during the day when you […]

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Generational Diversity in The Workplace : What are The Keys?

Diversity of all kinds, whether generational, racial or in other forms, is a very good thing to have in your workplace. The greater the variety of people, experiences and viewpoints you bring to the table, the more likely new ideas and innovation are going to occur. But it’s no secret also that different generations can find themselves at odds in the workplace, from the older Baby Boomers on the verge of retirement to the young Millennials who have drastically different ideas of what work should be like. This guide will go into how to best manage generational diversity in the […]

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