Strategies to Make Your Self-Talk More Constructive

Even though the intention of the voice in our head is usually to protect us, our self-talk can often do more harm than good--keeping us from pursuing goals, lowering our self-esteem and making emotional wounds worse. The good news is that with practice we can turn crippling self-talk into more constructive conversations with ourselves.

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Kyle Somersall
Moving Courageously Into Uncertainty

Fortunately, I’ve grown to work with the uncertainty in more productive ways and have learned to value the adventure it offers. And while I have a vision I’m expanding on and goals I’ve put in place, I’ve accepted that nothing is guaranteed. Really it’s come down to a mix of faith and self-trust that I’ll find a way to work with whatever happens.

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Kyle Somersall
How to Replace Unwanted Habits and Start New Ones

So how do we bring about change? The science indicates that the only way to get rid of a habit is to replace it with something new. Each habit is responding to a need whether it's boredom, sadness, stress, or needing a break, so we have to offer ourselves a new habit that'll fill the need, in order for us to move away from the old habit.

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Kyle Somersall
Why We Need to Be Real About How We Feel

The reality is life is incredibly challenging by its very nature. We have a myriad of experiences, and moods, and feelings, and emotions. So why do we often feel like we have to repress parts of us that make us fully human?

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Dealing With Negative Thoughts After Messing Up

I’ve noticed that worries and frustrations are more productive when I use the surge of excitation to consider what I can learn from the situation and after reflecting, put my energy into forgiving myself and engaging with matters existing in the present moment.

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