One of the most important steps is to understand why our habits are formed! Habit formation: “Habit formation is the process by which behaviors become automatic. Habits can form without a person intending to acquire them, but they can also be deliberately cultivated—or eliminated—to better suit one’s personal goals.” Repeating something that we feel is important, or that our mind judges to be important, makes it deeper and at the
I've always thought that there are simpler ways of doing things. Maybe I'm not always the most productive, and I often overthink things to the point where I don't even start them, but if I think things through, I feel more efficient in what I do. I have always liked to think first and then act. I have seen many of the opposites of this in my life, and to
Apparently "quite by accident" my previous posts were caught up in the news of a mental health company's data being leaked on the internet. They Told Their Therapists Everything. Hackers Leaked It All About 10 years ago I had some serious problems that I didn't really notice at the time. I don't want to self-diagnose or encourage anyone to do that, but I thought I was theoretically perfectly healthy, maybe physically
To answer this question, a few blog posts would certainly not be enough. It is also quite likely that this is not the aim. Illness is a condition that has a negative effect on the original structure or function of an organism. (The definition is of course not complete.) The sentence assumes that there is a condition where an organism is stable, balanced, healthy. Disease, on the other hand, is
Expectation vs realityI said in one of my seminars - after many others - it doesn't matter how many times you fail, it's how you stand up after. I still have the expression of one of the students in front of me, " what do you think you're saying in the middle of a course!!!"I hear many times from my clients and students how much they want to be successful.
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