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Transforming our Relationship with Ourselves, Each Other and The World: Rosamund Zander

The Self Improvement Blog

Transforming our relationship with ourselves, others and the world by changing the story we believe and tell about ourselves is possible.

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Please Excuse My Self Confidence

The Self Improvement Blog

If I could describe the notion of self confidence in one sentence, I would say: Self confidence is the greatest

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Devaluing Negative Thoughts, Through Transactional Analysis and Exposure Response Therapy

Thoughts are things, they are created in our minds. They can bring us up, or take us down. Thoughts are really the precursors to emotions. Whether the emotional outcome becomes negative, or positive, it is associated first by our thought processes. Exposure, Response, Therapy (ERP)  is one way to address …

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The Benefits and Dangers of Creatinine

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Creatinine Identifiers CAS Number 60-27-5  3DMet B00175 Beilstein Reference 112061 ChEBI CHEBI:16737  ChEMBL ChEMBL65567  ChemSpider 21640982  EC Number 200-466-7 Jmol 3D model Interactive image KEGG D03600  MeSH Creatinine PubChem 26009888 588 minor tautomer UNII AYI8EX34EU  UN number 1789 InChI[show] SMILES[show] Properties Chemical formula C4H7N3O …

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3 Things We Can All Do to Create Stronger, Happier Relationships

“Love is the absence of judgment.” ~Dalai Lama

I used to be one of those moms.

Let me explain.

I was a single mom for literally my daughter’s entire childhood. That’s okay—I was a control freak, so it really …

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Why Playing Hard to Get Doesn’t Work (and What Does)

Happy couple

“Confidence isn’t ‘They will like me.” It’s ‘I’m perfectly fine if they don’t.’ ” ~Unknown

After the death of my husband, I spent my thirties as a single mother of four children. It was a tough decade. I often felt …

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Healthy Carrot Soup

Carrot soup may be prepared as a cream-style soup[6][7] and as a broth-style soup.[8][9] Vegetable stock[10] or chicken stock may be used as ingredients in both styles of soup.[11][12] Other vegetables may be used in the dish, including root vegetables, the latter of which may include garlic[8] onion,[7] shallot,[2] potato,[9][13][14] …

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Why We Need to Stop Judging Our Feelings

Sad woman

Your emotions are meant to fluctuate, just like your blood pressure is meant to fluctuate. It’s a system that’s supposed to move back and forth, between happy and unhappy. That’s how the system guides you through the world.” ~Daniel

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You Are Not Responsible for Anyone Else’s Emotions

Fix your feelings

“Rather than being your thoughts and emotions, be the awareness behind them.” ~Eckhart Tolle

“I don’t believe you,” I jutted out my chin like a petulant toddler. Collapsing back into the tufted leather loveseat, I conceded, “I want to believe …

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The Importance of Pets for Calm, Centering, and Self Improvement. Pet Therapy

Never underestimate the emotional benefits that your pets can provide to you.  When the kids are driving you crazy, and you have a frontal lobe headache that won’t go away, pet your dog or your cat? Yes, when your emotions are off center and you are upset about anything, the …

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