Posts Tagged "self-esteem"

Money Matters

Posted on Aug 30, 2016

When it comes to matters related to money … what really matters? We all have a relationship with money. How we view it, perceive it, use it, and respond to it. It is a unique relationship, and one that often conjures up a variety of emotional responses.

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The Comparison Trap

Posted on Jul 8, 2015

Do you compare yourself to others? Yes, always? No, never? Possibly, a little bit? Although it can often be a natural tendency to compare ourselves to others, it’s important to separate the action in doing so from who you are as a person. The action of comparing yourself to someone else can be a subjective and projective reflection of yourself, and if you’re not mindful of this behavior, it can have damaging effects on your confidence, self-esteem, and self-image. What follows are three themes to keep in mind when we begin to compare ourselves to others.

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Take a Chance – Make a Change!

Posted on May 16, 2015

We all follow our own path through life, and no one’s journey is the same as anyone else’s. You may dream of attaining certain things in life, but find you’re selling yourself short, or holding yourself back. You reflect on your situation, and notice you’re seemingly stuck in a holding pattern. Why is this, you wonder? Why is it so hard to make a change? Switch jobs, move to a new place, lose or gain weight, fix your relationship with your partner, pick up a new activity or hobby, make new friends. You ask yourself, “What is holding me back from change?”

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