Some tips on how to build yourself up not knock yourself down

First things first, if we have a low opinion of ourselves why would anyone else see us in any other way. Not that we need others approval but for the simple reason that,  low self - esteem is pretty obvious & when we get stuck here we are also having a bit of a pity party... Continue Reading →

Is it fair to say the teaching’s of healthy mental health is 100 % mandatory for parents to do a good job ?

Take for example, millenialnals they were born into an era of technology, travel & freedom. Now, think of their parents, they were born into uncertainty, world movement due to past error. And, their parents were born into the time of Vietnam war = lots of fear, parenting = they will just do what they are... Continue Reading →

Writing in a Journal helps promote healthy mental health

It has been proven that keeping a journal is a very healthy habit to have & you don't have to have, just one, have as many as you want. At the beginning people often say but what do I write the simple answer to this question whatever you want to write about. I will give... Continue Reading →

Get out of your own way & make room for the new

Don't allow yourself to become accustom to limitations that you set for yourself. Say for example, there is something you really want to achieve but part of the package is one thing you have tried before & couldn't do. This it is the limitation you will set for yourself because it didn't work in the... Continue Reading →

Do you know your inner child, if not, you really need to get to know them after all they hold your master key :)

This one freaks people out quite a lot especially "grown ups" When we become adults & hit mature levels, well, if that's what you wanna call it, then, ok. We forget about the little girl or little boy that we still have inside of us.  The inner child is, the foundation, for you as an... Continue Reading →

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