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    Why Doubting Makes You Stronger

     


    In a world craving for security and certainty, doubting (yourself) is an unwelcome but inescapable reality. It brings fear of the unknown, negativity and paralyzing thoughts. But it doesn’t have to spell disaster. What if doubt could make you even stronger and wiser?
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    Steps to Improving Self-Image

     

    There are some simple things you can try

    Being critical of your body is one of the hardest things to overcome. We tend to be our biggest competitors, which has its pros and cons. It’s great to strive to be better, but being overly critical to ourselves will only set us back.

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    How Not To Be Shy

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    Shyness can really hold a person back, because apart from the fact that shy people experience chronic anxiety, they tend to avoid speaking up or being in public situations. Read more

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    How To Make Friends When You’re Anxious

    friendsThere are lots of sayings about friends and friendships but one I like is, the road to friend’s house is never long. To me it conveys an important sentiment, which is the making of friends is actually a lot easier and closer to hand than some people might think. Read more

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    Improving a Child’s Confidence

     

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    There are many schools of thought when it comes to how each parents decides to raise a child. I am pleased to see that our political situation has finally caught up with the 21st Century allowing same sex couples and enabling all adults to provide children with a safe and happy home.  Read more

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    How to Be Assertive

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    Assertiveness is about standing up for our own rights while at the same time not trampling on the rights of others.  If we fail to stand up for our own rights there are plenty of circumstances where people will ignore us. Assertiveness is not aggression. can sometimes get us what we want but it is more likely to come at a cost. Aggression almost inevitably means violating the interests of others in the cause of self-interest. Read more

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