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Living With More Hope: Breaking Free From Negative Thought

Do you feel trapped by your thoughts? Like you can’t stop dwelling on a problem or a worry? Or maybe you feel like your negative thinking will never change. The world’s always going to look gloomy. You’re always going to … Continue reading

What’s Your Default Setting: Getting Back To That Place Of Well Being

Ever feel like stress and worry are your norms? We all know that our truest selves are supposed to be full of love, joy and compassion. But sometimes it just feels like the good moments are a “break” from our actual lives. … Continue reading

Getting Over Yourself: Why You Need To Do It

Ever feel like your emotional reactions are controlling your relationship? Like you’re constantly trying to avoid upsetting your partner, and when one of you does get upset, it’s really, really hard to get over it? Some couples call this state … Continue reading

Confidence: Own It or Rent It

Some people have confidence naturally, some people strive to be good at life so they can get confidence. But everyone wants it or wants more of it. There are lots of theories about where confidence comes from and how to … Continue reading

The Essence of Leadership – The key factor in why strategies and methods work or fail for a leader

Do you coach executives or are you in a leadership role yourself?  If so than you have probably heard about or tried many strategies and techniques. There are over 200,000 books on leadership on Amazon and almost as many strategies … Continue reading

The Real Source of Stress and Are We Really ‘stuck with it’? – Part 2

A completely new model of stress.  If stressful events like moving and trauma can’t cause us stress (if you missed part 1 of this series that talks about that, click here) than why DO we have stress?  Watch this video … Continue reading

The Real Source of Stress and Are We Really ‘stuck with it’? – Part 1

Stress is an intriguing subject. It is the most problem in the civilized world. There is evidence that stress compounds, if not causes many illnesses, it compromises our effectiveness in life, it can affect our relationships, and generally makes us … Continue reading

A post for Practitioners – collective knowledge from George and his colleagues

We try to make every blog post relevant to the general public. The work that we do is relatable and easily understood so we feel like our blog should reflect that. This post is a bit of an exception. It … Continue reading

My Parents are Divorced…Does that Mean that I’m Likely to get Divorced, too?

Whether married, test-driving spouses, or single, we often see a trend: people whose parents divorced often end up living chronically worried or relationship-phobic. Maybe you already see yourself repeating some of their dysfunctional patterns in your own relationships? Yes, we … Continue reading

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