The Challenge: Surviving trauma is difficult enough; growing in its aftermath is often inconceivable The Science: Research increasingly demonstrates the positive effect faith can have post-trauma The Solution:…
Research reveals that controlling your breathing patterns can decrease anxiety, enhance motor learning and bolster mental alertness and tranquility. Collectively, these effects can alleviate the negative effects of pressure on performance.
After surviving trauma, recovery seems hard if not impossible. Science suggests that we can gain strength from adversity.
We may struggle to find fulfillment in our lives, but James Bond shows us that mindfulness and self-respect are just a few things that help create meaningfulness.
Most of us feel ashamed of what we believe are our weaknesses and perceive them as stumbling blocks. However, research is showing us that we are wrong and that, in fact, these “weaknesses” are actually indicators of talent.
We expect ourselves to be perfect and we get down on ourselves when we’re not. By practicing self-compassion, we can boost our well-being and success!
Failure happens (almost inevitably), and is often difficult to overcome. Whether we benefit or suffer from failure depends on our ability to positively adapt.
Science suggests 9 keys to developing inner strength that keeps you smiling. Integrate these into your life for greater fulfillment!
Why do we stay in that dead-end relationship or put time and money into something that just isn’t working out? Thankfully there is a simple and effective way to be sure you are making the best decisions when things go awry!