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Relationships: Hard Work or Adventure?

Successful relationships are a Work in Progress

Has your relationship become stale or filled with constant conflict? It’s probably because it’s stopped growing.

Do you even look at your partner anymore? Or if you do is it only when you’re mad? Relationships stop growing when we think we know everything there is to know about ourselves and our partner. If you’re feeling bored, lonely or frustrated in your relationship then it’s an indication that growth and progress has stopped.

Let’s change the word ‘work’ to Adventure and Curiousity.

The truth is, you don’t know everything about yourself, so how could you know everything about your partner.… Read the rest

Calm Anxiety And Boost Confidence with Body Language

Have you been looking in the wrong places to calm anxiety and boost confidence? You’re not alone.

Our feelings and thoughts are constantly being communicated whether we’re aware of it or not because most of what we’re saying is expressed through our body language not just our words.

Your body speaks, mainly, in these ways.

1) Internally through emotions and feelings.

2)Externally to the world through your body language and postures.

3)Outwardly through spoken words.

Out of those, 80% of what others are receiving is through our body language. That’s a lot!! Only a small portion is words and tone of voice, the rest is appearance, movements, gestures and facial expressions.… Read the rest

Is the New Positivity Trend making us More Negative?

<h1>Be Positive; the new moral compass</h1> <p>The growing trend that says positivity is the right way may be the very thing …

S.A.D., Seasonal Affected Disorder

Is it SAD or the Winter Blues?

<p>Have you been feeling sad lately? Having issues with sleep? Waking up tired? And generally feeling ‘blah’?</p> <p>This …

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Boost your Feelings Vocabulary with This List

<p>Feelings and the corresponding words are something that most of us weren’t taught, or taught well, growing up. In …