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How to Avoid Distractions in the Workplace (& Home Office)

woman struggling with workplace distractions

Do you ever find yourself distracted when working, whether at home or at the office? You most likely do because workplace distractions always happen to fellow workers. Research shows that nearly 70% of workers feel distracted, while 16% report being almost always distracted. Distractions in the workplace interfere with our productivity, causing distress. Distractions in […]


What is Decision Fatigue & How Can I Overcome It?

mom suffering from decision fatigue

Do you know what “decision fatigue” is? Have you heard of it before? Every day, we have to make a number of choices. Making decisions is a necessary aspect of our lives, from choosing what to wear to work to deciding whether to change careers or relocate. But having to make countless decisions can take […]


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

types of Burnout man tired from his work on computer

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

Cycle of Shame man thinking and sad

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 […]


What Is Identity Shame and Where Does It Come From?

Identity Shame woman worries wringing her hands

Shame is a painful feeling that comes with harsh self-criticism, humiliation, and a deep-seated belief that one is bad at heart. Although shame and guilt typically overlap, there is a significant distinction between these feelings. Both shame and guilt arise when we violate our society’s and our own internal values. But unlike shame, guilt involves […]


5 Tips for Breaking Old Patterns of Behavior

Old Patterns man standing at the beach

Our daily lives are made up of a series of habits that we have picked up over the years. These repeated habits that we engage in daily can eventually stop serving us. Yet we stick to them, often without giving them much thought. What Are “Patterns of Behavior” and How Can We Identify Them? The […]


6 Ways to Improve Your Relationship with Money

Relationship with Money woman counting money

According to experts, financial well-being is an integral part of our general well-being. That being said, only a healthy relationship with money contributes to good health and our sense of well-being. But what is a relationship with money? And how to improve it? If you keep reading, you should be able to determine whether your […]


What is Toxic Shame (5 Signs & Tips to Overcome It)?

Toxic Shame man sad at the beach

Toxic shame can make it challenging to be your authentic self, enjoy life, and have good mental health. That’s why it is so important to identify and deal with this unhelpful feeling. What is the Difference between Shame and Guilt? Shame and guilt are intertwined and related emotions that we often experience together. However, there […]


How To Deal with Shame, Release Guilt & Move on With Life

Guilt woman at the beach

“Shame is a soul eating emotion.” – Carl Gustav Jung  Unprocessed feelings can never heal. If we don’t process and accept difficult emotions like guilt and shame, they can build up in our bodies as emotional toxins. When toxic feelings get stuck, they can lead to various mental health problems, relationship issues, and other concerns. […]

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