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ATTACHMENT STYLES

The way we attached to our caregivers as children affects the way we connect with others and can lead to poor adult relationships. DISMISSIVE AVOIDANT ATTACHMENT The dismissive avoidant was emotionally neglected by their caregivers during their childhood and learned that they must rely solely on themselves. Therefore, they can be withdrawn and easily get overwhelmed in relationships. FEARFUL AVOIDANT ATTACHMENT Someone who is fearful avoidant... read more

6 Simple Tricks for Dealing with Pressure

If you aren’t careful, pressure can sneak up and overwhelm you. Before you know it, you’re a mess. Sitting in your chair, sweating, heart racing, and dreading the thought of doing any work. Fortunately there are some tricks to dealing with pressure. With a little practice, you can turn nerve-wracking stress into pure motivation. Count Backwards It sounds simple, but counting backwards from 100 is a great way to distract yourself... read more

7 Hacks to Motivate Yourself to Make Progress

Ready to stop procrastinating and make some progress? Try one of these seven simple hacks to motivate yourself into action. Give them each a try over the coming days and weeks and find the ones that make the biggest difference for you. Whenever you find yourself procrastinating, come back to this list and employ one or several of these hacks. Your productivity will soar. Tip #1: Pick Something Small One of the big reasons we procrastinate is... read more

Overwhelm

Overwhelm is struggling to cope or deal with where you find yourself in your current situation. Feeling swamped, overloaded, defeated, and buried are some ways people describe what it is like when they are overwhelmed. Overwhelm has several parts to it including: 1. High expectations of yourself. 2. Agreeing to do too much. 3. Being critical of yourself. 4. Trying to be perfect. 5. Must do everything yourself. They can be summarised by –... read more

How Will You Measure Happy in Your Relationships?

  Clayton Christensen is a professor at Harvard Business School and lead author of How Will You Measure Your Life. His journey begins as he noticed two things about graduating students; some did quite well successful and making lots of money. Yet many of them didn’t enjoy their work, had mediocre relationships with a few in jail. Not a great picture of the image we have about the success that comes from the best business school in the... read more

The Happiness Advantage

Work hard. Become successful. Then be happy. That’s a formula that you’ve probably heard and seen before, many, many times. It’s a formula that’s ingrained in our culture. Lose 5 kilos, then you’ll be happy. Get a new car, then you’ll be happy. Hit your sales target this quarter, then you’ll be happy. The only problem with this formula is that it isn’t true. If it was true, then every student who... read more

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