evening gratitude practice for mind-ful-less

evening gratitude practice for mind-ful-less our 10 minute gratitude practice is used to promote resilience, a positive mood, hope, and as we experience positive emotions such as gratitude, loving-kindness, and compassion, our awareness broadens and our creativity and problem-solving capabilities blossom, and we become more effective in whatever we choose to do. this gratitude practice … More evening gratitude practice for mind-ful-less

ants -automatic negative thoughts

ants – automatic negative thoughts ants (automatic negative thoughts) – your brain is like a super computer and self talk is like a software program we run. your mind is always listening to everything including your negative self talk. after while if you keep saying something repeatedly to yourself again and again, what was a … More ants -automatic negative thoughts

do you have an attitude of gratitude?

do you have an attitude of gratitude? count your blessings. feel good, enjoy good health and more happiness  writing in a gratitude journal three times per week might actually have a greater impact on our happiness than journaling every day. don’t overdo it. evidence suggests writing occasionally (1-3 times per week) is more beneficial than … More do you have an attitude of gratitude?

three good things about your day?

three good things about your day? a way to tune into the positive events in our life that we can easily miss we can get caught up in the things that go wrong in our lives—like having a bad day, feeling unheard, or experiencing conflict’s within our social bubble—and forget to appreciate all the positive … More three good things about your day?

adult bullying – shining a light

adult bullying – shining a light there really isn’t enough emphasis on adult bullying. many people believe it only happens in childhood but this is a fallacy. bullying can happen in the workplace, with family, neighbours and anywhere else really. being bullied as an adult can be hard to admit. there is a sense of … More adult bullying – shining a light