Entries tagged with “Self-Worth”
Learning to identify these games that have been forced on us can help us never to play them again.
Talk back to your inner critic with these tactics, including using funny voices with fake accents.
Boosting your emotional wellbeing doesn’t always have to feature grand gestures and sweeping changes. Here are nine small adjustments you can make in your day-to-day life.
Seeing ourselves and others in a highly positive light is part of a healthy narcissism that, unlike classic narcissism, can be good for everyone.
Are you loved? Are you Love? “It’s so natural to think that to feel good about ourselves we need to keep replenishing our sense of being loved by others.”
In this week’s The Soul of Therapy, psychologist Kevin Anderson, Ph.D., shares how to tackle self-doubt and low self-esteem.
Using social media can be bad for your health. Existentialist wisdom can help remove the angst from digital life.
Love yourself in a way only you can. Treat yourself as you would your most adored person, place, or object. Why not?
Shame can prevent us from seeking the help we truly need. “If you are partnered with someone who often feels the stinging effects of shame, you can do your best to offer compassion and acceptance.”
Eco-Buddhist Joanna Macy on facing an uncertain future, changing the world through love, and looking at the Earth as an extension of ourselves.
"When clouds gather / in the aisle of my mind, / eyebrows withering into space,"
"This being human is a series of / blindnesses that come and go. / But we can outlive our mistakes,"
Loved ones who have passed away can still whisper wisdom to you.
Picking me up from a high-school football game, my dad saw me amidst a circle of my friends, all of them doubled over, roaring at my wild, rapid-fire jokes. "Don't go," one of the…