Consequences of Procrastination

Consequences of Procrastination

We spoke last week about Why People Procrastinate; however, it’s also important to identify what the consequences of procrastination are. Some of the consequences might be positive, while some are negative. Positive Consequences Relieve Discomfort. Often, people procrastinate because there

Why People Procrastinate

Why People Procrastinate

Why People Procrastinate There are a few different reasons why people tend to procrastinate, but one big reason includes how people see themselves in the world, also known as rules and assumptions. Rules and assumptions guide our behaviour, and aren’t

Putting off Procrastination

Putting off Procrastination

Putting Off Procrastination Are you a procrastinator? Chances are, there’s been some time in your life when you’ve put something off longer than you should have. While about 20% of the population would consider themselves chronic procrastinators, in school settings

Coping With Workplace Bullying

Coping With Workplace Bullying

Coping with Workplace Bullying Workplace bullying is not only something that most people have experienced at least once in their lives; but, can also leave you feeling like your confidence has been completely knocked. It affects your mood, it affects

The Ultimate Self-Care Guide

The Ultimate Self-Care Guide

  The Ultimate Self-Care Guide Adapted from Sinope When you’re not feeling great, and feel like giving up, it can be hard to say, “Hey Self, you should turn your thinking around.” Because let’s face it, when you feel like

Accepting Uncertainty

Accepting Uncertainty

Accepting Uncertainty It can be very frustrating when you are unsure what the future, or even current situation, holds. Intolerance of Uncertainty The inability to tolerate uncertainty is anĀ attitude that many people have towards life. This can make uncertainty, unpredictability

How to Turn Worry into Helpful Thinking

How to Turn Worry into Helpful Thinking

  How to Challenge Worries Our thoughts are very important and can greatly impact how we feel. Think of how your thoughts tend to differ between you’re feeling happy and when you’re feeling sad. So it’s not a situation itself

6 Effective Steps to Problem Solve a Situation

6 Effective Steps to Problem Solve a Situation

How to Problem Solve As we mentioned last week, sometimes it can be hard to tell the difference between worrying and problem solving. Today we’re going to explain the 6 steps to effective problem solving. To explain this example, let’s

Problem Solving versus Worrying

Problem Solving versus Worrying

Problem Solving versus Worrying If you’re a worrier, you probably think that problem solving and worrying are the same thing; but in fact they are not. Worrying vs. Problem Solving Worrying is a negative thought process. When you worry, thoughts

Positive Beliefs About Worrying: Is it helpful to worry?

Positive Beliefs About Worrying: Is it helpful to worry?

Is Worrying Helpful? Everyone has some sort of positive belief about worrying; otherwise we wouldn’t do it. Worriers tend to think that if they if they think about these worries over and over, it can be helpful. Some common beliefs