Blog | Kamini Wood, Certified Life Coach

Why Building One Healthy Habit at a Time Helps You Stick with Them

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Most of us understand that lasting happiness comes from the inside. Healthy habits help you feel content with your life, stay healthy, and have an optimistic outlook. Unfortunately, many people begin new healthy habits only when they have hit rock bottom. Perfectionists, high-achievers, ambitious students, working mothers – stressed-out people from many walks of life […]


3 Types of Burnout (How to Recognize & Overcome Them)

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Do you feel physically, emotionally, and mentally exhausted that even resting doesn’t help? Are you quick to get angry and lash out at your kids and partner for the smallest thing? Do you feel cynical toward your work, partner, or life and wish to be left alone by everyone? Burnout is commonly linked to chronic […]


How to Deal with Negative People (Without Feeling Burnt Out)

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How often do you dread catching up with an old friend over coffee, calling your sister-in-law, or spending the holidays with your mother because you always feel depleted afterward? Some people have an endless supply of negative energy that makes your relationship with them difficult, no matter how much you care for them. Learning how […]


7 Types of Inner Critic Voices You Must Learn to Silence

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“Don’t do it. You’ll make a fool of yourself.” “You look ugly.”  “You’ll never be successful.” “You are a failure.”  “You’ll always be alone.” “You don’t deserve it.” Our inner voice is often our greatest obstacle to happiness and success. Though they may ooze confidence and joy on the surface, many high-achieving, successful people secretly […]


6 Simple Ways to Remember Your Goals and Stick with Them

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We all set goals all the time. Whether it is a New Year’s resolution to exercise more or a decision to find a job you love, goals give our lives purpose and help us maintain control. However, maintaining focus and dedication to our goals can sometimes be challenging. Why Does Sticking to Goals Feel Impossible […]


What is a Vulnerable Narcissist? (6 Signs to Look Out For)

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In clinical practice, narcissism is a personality disorder. However, most people who exhibit narcissistic traits do not meet the clinical mental health criteria for narcissistic personality disorder (NPD). That means that narcissism can range from a few narcissistic traits to full-scale narcissistic personality disorder, which occurs along the spectrum. What is a Vulnerable Narcissist? Vulnerable […]


How to Break the Cycle of Shame & Move On With Your Life?

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Shame is a toxic emotion that can mess up your health and general well-being, often leading to substance abuse, anxiety, depression, poor self-esteem and confidence, and other difficulties. But where does our shame come from? And how do you break the cycle of shame and move on with your life? What is Shame? Shame is […]


Perfectionism and Eating Disorders: Understanding the Connection

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In our efforts to improve ourselves, overcome adversity, and realize our full potential, many of us can’t help but strive for perfection. However, healthy, self-motivating perfectionism has nothing to do with obsessing about our work, body image, exercise, or relationships. There is a stronger connection between perfectionism and eating disorders than most assume. But what […]


How Does a Lack of Boundaries Affect Highly Sensitive People?

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Setting boundaries is integral to self-care because it helps us take care of our responsibilities, manage our relationships, and protect our mental health and well-being. Everyone needs to set healthy boundaries. But highly sensitive people are the ones who need boundaries the most. What is a Highly Sensitive Person? The term “highly sensitive person” was […]