The Art of Saying No

The Art of Saying No

There a lot of people out there who find it hard to say just one simple word… “no.” Some people would rather rearrange their entire week or month just to avoid having to say that word. Others may avoid the

Attachment Styles – What are they?

The attachments we form with our primary caregivers are the most important relationships we will ever make. They give us the foundation for all future relationships and teach us how to handle everyday events in our lives. When our experiences

Addiction and Codependency

Codependency… it’s something we hear quite a bit. You may have heard about someone being dependent on someone or something else, but what is codependency? What is codependency? The definition of codependency according to Mental Health America is: behavioural and emotional condition

How to Improve your Self-Esteem

Before you build up your Self-Esteem, there is one thing you need make sure is taken care of first. There is no getting around it, because if you do not have these things, you can not have steady self-esteem. That

Low Self-Esteem

Self-Esteem: It’s something we all have at some point, we can gain more of it, lose some of it, or maybe even feel that at times it’s running on empty. When our self-esteem is low, we tend to experience most

How to Handle Criticism

Criticism: It’s something all of us will hear, and frankly need to hear at some point or another in our lives. If it wasn’t for periodic criticism, we would never improve. Does that mean it’s easy to take? Absolutely not!

How to Resolve Anger

Hopefully, in the previous post on anger, you were able to learn a bit about how you tend to respond to anger. Now that you have had a chance to explore your anger style, this post focuses on how to

Identifying your Anger Style

Do you sometimes find yourself feeling angry, but you are not sure why? Do you feel that you become irritated by others at the drop of a hat? Often people become so distracted by their daily lives, that they do not pay close

How to Say No

“No means No”. Sounds simple, right? Sometimes though, “no” does not feel like it just means no. Saying no to friends, family members, and loved ones can sometimes be a very difficult situation. “No” – it’s such a simple word,