To learn how to end codependency, you must first identify if you are codependent. Codependency is perfectly expressed right here in this quote from Dr. Menije’s blog…
The biggest trend in the mental health world is being grateful, and practicing gratitude regularly. Learning how to be grateful helps us see what we do have and that it is enough, and we just aren’t paying attention to what we don’t have.
The most profound therapy I ever did was inner child healing. I learned how to heal my inner child through some of the deep practices of engaging my inner child. Healing the inner child is a process, but one I highly recommend.
How many of you out there are struggling to grow while living with a victim mentality? How many of you are trying to learn how to end the victim mentality because it is putting you through misery?
Many people wince at the idea of embracing change, embracing the unfamiliar, but the one fact about life that no one can deny is that change is inevitable.
Emotional strength is a vital part of overcoming all the obstacles life throws at us. Learning how to become stronger emotionally is as important as learning how to become stronger physically and mentally.
Learning how to forgive yourself and practice self-forgiveness in every situation where you weren’t quite yourself, is the cornerstone of self-love.
Whether your relationship is falling apart, or you are moving far away from home, or you are feeling depressed or sad or lonely or traumatized, you can learn how to become unstuck.
Acceptance is one of the most challenging things to attain because learning how to let go of pain is extremely difficult to do. As you may have noticed, I missed day 7 yesterday, because this lesson is still one I am working through and yesterday was a challenging day.
You know that little voice you hear in your mind, urging you to do something or not to do something? You know that discomfort you feel in your stomach or your arms or legs when you make a choice that may not fit? That’s you reminding yourself to be cautious, to take care. That’s your path for learning how to trust yourself.