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Conflict is a tricky thing. It’s scary, confronting and often escalates so fast we barely know what has happened. If you’ve ever found yourself confused as to why someone got so upset or angry with you (or vice versa), read on.
The most common advice you’ll come across about how to remember your dreams is to keep a note book and pen beside your bed and write down anything you recall as soon as you wake up. This advice is spot-on, but here are a few extra ideas…
I’ve always thought of myself as a good sleeper despite the fact that I usually wake up feeling exhausted by what feels like a night of endless dreams.
I learnt a very personal and tragic lesson about guilt and shame over Christmas.
It’s not a book I would have normally picked up because weirdly (or not) I’ve never really aspired to happiness.
One common process underneath protective inner criticism is as a response to cultural messages that are against success, leadership, prominence, achievement etc.
Understanding Inner Criticism
Spotting Inner Criticism
Why it’s Important to be a Victim
The Difference Between Psychiatry, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Counselling and Coaching
Top Ten Dumb & Dangerous Tips for Improving Self-Confidence
Myths About Therapy (that are killing us)
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