Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome was first coined in the article, by Pauline Clance and Suzanne Imes, “The imposter Phenomenon in High Achieving Women: Dynamics and Therapeutic Intervention” published in the Journal Psychotherapy Theory, Research, and Practice in 1978. Imposter syndrome refers to the individual who experiences persistent beliefs that they are really

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Life As It Should Have Been

It’s easy to get caught up in the fantasy of how things could be if you would’ve responded differently or  if others would have reacted differently. This line of thinking can give you a temporary sense of control. However, there is no contentment in analyzing how things could have been

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Positive Self-Talk Infographic

This infographic demonstrates how positive self-talk can help people overcome their problems. Many people have triggers that lead to feelings of depression, anxiety, and anger. They go through their lives not understanding that their own thinking and self-talk leads to this. This infographic has been created to demonstrate that people

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Notice the Unappreciated

We live fast-paced lives. We work demanding jobs, which we have to balance with our relationships and hobbies outside of work. Do you give yourself time each day to do nothing at all? Taking time to appreciate idle times is an underestimated skill. However if you learn to notice what

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If Only…

While striving for contentment, people often will say that “if only things were different” they would be happier. When saying this, they likely are assuming that things would being better if they had more money, if they had a different job, if they lived somewhere else, or if they had

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