Do you realize that when you worry about what other people will think, you are rejecting yourself? Do you realize that when you are afraid of failure, you are putting yourself down?
Cheerfulness has gotten a bad rap lately. When so many terrible events are in the headlines day by day, the encouragement to be cheerful is often considered unrealistically optimistic.
Do you worry about making mistakes, or failure? You are not alone! Here's how to dissolve that fear to make mistakes work for you.knowl
For most of us, “Are you doing your best?” is a loaded question. We may insist we want to do our best, but then stress ourselves out trying to be “perfect” –– whatever that means!
When my stepson was a young boy just learning to read, he was riding in the car with his mom one day. As they passed a big box toy store, he jumped up in his seat and read out loud the words of the store’s big bright banner: “The new Lion King toys are here!”
We all encounter suffering in relationships. Why? Because we make a few fundamental errors. Once we correct these errors in our thinking, and begin to act accordingly, we can save ourselves quite a lot of needless suffering.
Does the idea of a “joyful relationship” sound far-fetched? Everyone wants happy and healthy connections! So why is it such a challenge to maintain happiness and harmony in our relationships?
Nobody wants to suffer. Everyone wants to be happy. But suffering is common, happiness is rare, and chaos is increasing. Why? Apparently, we lack important understandings about our true place in the world.
4-Part Webinar Series with Jack Elias, CHT We are all familiar with these 5 enemies of our well-being. And amid the difficulties we now face in our world, we may feel more vulnerable than ever to these inner trolls: Fear Blame Shame Resentment Perfectionism We feel “bad” about having them.