Blog | Kamini Wood, Certified Life Coach

Understanding Narcissistic Rage & How to Deal with It

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Have you ever witnessed your partner, family member, or coworker flying into a rage with the slightest or no apparent reason at all? Does their short fuse keep you on high alert all the time? Does it feel like walking on eggshells when you are around this person?  If you answered yes to these few […]

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13 Things Mentally Strong People Do Every Day

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When life knocks you to the ground, do you quickly bounce back and adapt to the situation?  Some people seem to quickly recover from setbacks and adversity, while others find it much more challenging to carry on. Resilience is an important aspect of mental strength that can help us face and overcome challenges in life, […]

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How to Find a Job You Love (4 Tips for Success)

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“Find a job you love, and you won’t have to work a day in your life,” Confucius said a long time ago.  There is so much truth in this famous quote. But, how to find a job you love?  Many people are good at what they do, getting well paid for it. However, only very […]

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9 Signs of Narcissist Love Bombing

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What’s better than being swept off your feet by passionate and loving words and actions when your first meet someone? Being showered with love and attention in the beginning stages of a relationship feels so good. You don’t want your new relationship’s honeymoon phase ever to end.  Not to spoil the fun, but be on […]

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A relationship with a narcissist usually feels like a never-ending walk on eggshells. This is because narcissists have exaggerated feelings of self-worth, always putting their needs first. As a result, they commonly display self-centered, controlling, and manipulative behavior, demanding excessive attention and admiration.  Narcissists need someone to blame for their problems and failures to admire […]

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Learning How to Value Yourself in the Workplace

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We all have things we need to improve. A healthy understanding of your weak points can help you overcome difficulties, learn from mistakes and improve.  So, if you struggle to value yourself in the workplace, know that you are not alone. Most of us experience limiting beliefs about our worth or competence from time to […]

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What is High Functioning Anxiety and How to Deal with It

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Anxiety represents the body’s natural response to danger or stress, so everyone experiences it from time to time. However, feelings of apprehension, worry, and fear can be persistent or overwhelming for some people.  According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States, affecting […]

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How to Surround Yourself with Positive People

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Social interaction and connection with others are among essential human needs. Various studies found that social connections, love, and intimacy are the factors that mainly contribute to happiness and personal satisfaction.  Still, it seems that despite the genuine need to connect, a significant number of people feel extremely lonely and isolated. According to Cigna’s extensive […]

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Linear vs. Lateral Thinking: What’s The Difference?

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Linear and lateral thinking represent different ways in which we perceive and process information. While linear thinking is linked to our left brain, lateral thinking is related to the right brain functioning.  Both linear and lateral thinking are important thought processes that allow us to register and process information, solve problems, make connections, analyze, and […]

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