Posts Tagged ‘RISER’

IT’S TIME FOR YOU TO FLOURISH – PART THREE

RELATIONSHIP REHAB The quality of our relationships contributes enormously to our overall wellbeing. If any of those relationships become unhealthy, with continual negativity being directed at one another, this can start bleeding out and impacting on other areas of your life. Studies show that if you have at least one long-term friendship plus a relationship…

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IT’S TIME FOR YOU TO FLOURISH – PART TWO

In our second edition of The Daily Guru’s guide to ‘Flourishing’, we follow on perfectly from yesterday’s ‘Flourishing at Home’. As previously mentioned, our outer world affects our inner world and therefore your first steps were to ‘de-clutter’ the space where you spend the most time and ensure it reflects the vibes and personality you…

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IT’S TIME FOR YOU TO FLOURISH – PART ONE

HOW TO START FLOURISHING As women, we constantly strive to improve ourselves in many areas of our lives. This is often evident in our impeccable time management skills, which allow us to multitask: getting up in the morning, squeezing in a kids’ school run, going to the gym, making lunch, putting on a bag of…

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HOW TO TRUST YOUR DECISION-MAKING SKILLS

lbert Einstein once said, “The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honours the servant and has forgotten the gift.” Inside all of us is our intuition. It’s commonly referred to as a gut feeling, or a hunch. All in all, it’s…

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10 powerful activities which will boost your self-esteem

Ready to boost your sense of self-esteem and self-worth, but not really sure how to go about it? In this article, you’ll discover 10 powerful and interesting activities you can do regularly to help improve your self-esteem. From creating a “Strengths and Achievements” journal to learning new things every day, these activities are both practical…

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FIND THE ‘RETREAT’ IN YOUR EVERYDAY LIFE

10 simple steps Whether you choose to admit it or not, we all long for a retreat. We dream about lying in a hammock, a view of white sandy beaches and palm trees in sight…hello paradise! We dream of vibrant health, freedom, and joy; a world where nothing matters more than the present moment; in…

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THINGS TO TRY THIS MARCH

Our waking hours are filled with ‘doing’. Doing mundane tasks we unconsciously tick off life’s To Do list: Get out of bed — done. Brush teeth — done. Shower — done. Eat breakfast. Exercise. Go to work. Grocery shop. Eat dinner. Take out the garbage. Go back to bed. Tick. Tick. Tick. We do these…

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Are you running the drama cycle in your relationship?

What is the drama cycle?   In the 1960s, psychologist Dr Stephen Karpman coined the term “drama triangle” to describe the interplay of three dysfunctional relationship roles: the rescuer, persecutor and victim. This drama cycle demonstrates the roles we predictably play when we get caught up in interpersonal drama. For example, a person in the…

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ARE YOU A RISER OR A THRIVER?

ARE YOU A RISER OR A THRIVER?   RISER & THRIVER DEFINITIONS SO WHICH ARE YOU?   These assessments will take you 5/10mins to complete.  Enjoy this self-discovery process PERSONAL YOU ASSESSMENT To assess your; Growth, Health & Wellbeing, Resilience, and Spirituality, please answer the following 12 questions Well done on completing your Personal You…

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6 signs you may be co-dependent according to Melody Beattie

In 1986, Melody Beattie released a book called “Co-dependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself” which popularized the term “co-dependent”. She described co-dependency as being so wrapped up in other people’s problems that you lose sight of your own.   In relationships, some dependency can be healthy and positive,…

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