Monday, 19 Aug 2019

Category: Life

Mistakes. Learning from Mistakes and Moving Forward

  Some people seem to learn from their mistakes more than others, whether the lessons are in raising a family, making career decisions, or aging successfully. Those who learn from mistakes live happier, more stable lives compared to those who are unable to apply what they’ve learned from their own and others’ experiences. Professionals have […]

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True Vulnerability

Psychological Vulnerability. Secure Sex

Leaving Loneliness: A Workbook: Building Relationships with Yourself and Others” by David S. Narang Ph.D Psychological Vulnerability Are you vulnerable enough to get closer to those already in your life? Are you really? Once you know people are safe, in that while they may hurt you, they would not intentionally hurt you deeply and repeatedly, […]

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Mind Mapping

Mind Mapping Instead of Projecting. Tips for Successful Relationship

Leaving Loneliness: A Workbook: Building Relationships with Yourself and Others” by David S. Narang Ph.D Mind Mapping Instead of Projecting People with a history of attachment problems tend to project onto others a great deal. Everyone does this sometimes. To project means that you look at another ’s behavior and interpret it through your own […]

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Meeting People

Meeting People: Emotional Openness

Leaving Loneliness: A Workbook: Building Relationships with Yourself and Others” by David S. Narang Ph.D Meeting People: Emotional Openness As you develop a posture with which to touch the world, as Thich Nhat Hanh would say, you also need a mind with which to “touch” the world. There are reasons we retreat emotionally, often out of […]

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Five Senses

Five Senses. Allowing Yourself to Build and Have a Satisfying Life

Leaving Loneliness: A Workbook: Building Relationships with Yourself and Others” by David S. Narang Ph.D Five Senses. Allowing Yourself to Build and Have a Satisfying Life: Overcoming the Barrier of Self-Criticism Self-sabotage by method of self-critical thoughts can be a particularly vicious part of one’s cocoon, so let’s do a particular exercise purely for this one […]

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