Month: December 2021

Acceptance. . .

No-one’s perfect. But so often we compare our insides to other people’s outsides. Dwelling on our flaws – what we’re not rather than what we’ve got – makes it much harder to be happy. Learning to accept ourselves, warts and all, and being kinder to ourselves when things go wrong, increases our enjoyment of life, our resilience and our well-being. It also helps us accept others as they are.

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Resilience. . .

All of us have times of stress, loss, failure or trauma in our lives. But how we respond to these has a big impact on our well-being. We often cannot choose what happens to us, but we can choose our own attitude to what happens. In practice it’s not always easy, but one of the most exciting findings from recent research is that resilience, like many other life skills, can be learned. 

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Future Friendly. . .

There are some that think or feel mindfulness and presence require us to only focus on now with little regard for futures or past. Though we can all benefit from more presence in the moment to not grow from our past or consider the future is not fully living with intention.

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Happy Keys. . .

The Ten Keys to Happier Living are based on a review of the latest research from psychology and related fields. Everyone’s path to happiness is quite different, but research shows a few “keys” that consistently tend to have a positive impact on people’s happiness and well-being.

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