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Letting Go of Your Inner Critic

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Sometimes, as much as you want to love yourself, you simply cannot stop the voice in your head telling you that you are not good enough, smart enough, successful enough, beautiful enough…anything enough. What is the Inner Critic? Your inner critic is actually the negative self-talk you use to discourage yourself. This can include anything […]


Series: Emotional Suppression & Techniques to Manage It [Part 3 of 4]

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Being emotionally strong or resilient means that you can successfully adapt to stress, adversity, life crisis, and traumatic events. Being strong doesn’t mean you never experience emotional pain. A healthy resilience means that you have the ability to recover from painful experiences. People with highly developed resiliency have healthy self-esteem and confidence and know-how to […]


Series: Emotional Suppression & Techniques to Manage It [Part 1 of 4]

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Emotions are essential in human experiences. However, when our emotions become dysfunctional, they interfere with our adaptability and affect our psychological and physical well-being. So, successful emotion regulation is vital for our mental health. Difficulties in adaptive emotion regulation are associated with different mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression. Emotional regulation is one […]


5 Easy Methods To Build Confidence

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Healthy confidence means that we feel good about ourselves. Confidence reflects our belief in ourselves and our ability to succeed. If you struggle with low self-esteem, you might be seeing yourself as unworthy, incompetent, and incapable. These negative self-thoughts can prevent us from seizing opportunities at work, in school, and in social life. Striking a […]

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