The main key to self-empowerment is simple: keep your attention, time, and energy focused where you have power.
For many, the holidays are a time of stress. But there are ways to beat the holiday blues and find the joy again. The secret’s in the spirit of the season.
Mental health professionals have known for a long time that there’s a relationship between anger and depression. And that’s just one more reason why heeding the “8th Commandment” to master our anger and aggression is so important.
Because we live in the age of entitlement, there are far too many among us who think that respect is a fundamental right as opposed to something that rightfully need be earned. Folks with an entitlement mentality often demand respect, even when they’ve habitually conducted themselves in a manner that doesn’t merit it.
Many behavioral “disorders” actually represent various manifestations of a person’s personality maladjustment.
If someone’s behavior is wrong or harmful, the rationale they offer for it is totally irrelevant.
Children are always observing. And they don’t just pay attention to what we say. What they mostly notice is what we do.
The science of happiness is just one branch of a burgeoning area of psychology called “positive” psychology.
The holiday season can be full of wonder and joy but it can also be a time of stress and depression. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to help make the holidays a special and memorable time.