Letting go

This category contains 10 posts

Empathy requires self-awareness

My kids have been very explosive for the last month.  I was at first taken back, as they usually do not have tantrums.  However as I started to thinking through these explosions, I came to realize how they result from communication issues and that for them, the tantrum is the last resort in making me … Continue reading

The ‘Parent Within’ and its role in Recovery from Abuse.

Food for thoughts Food for thoughtsView original post

I agree that learning to listen is difficult but for a HSP, this deep Listening can become very painful when people around all are responding to very high level of stress. Often, the first layer people expose is raw anxiety…. And if one does not know how to create a boundary that deintensify negative emotions … Continue reading

View original post

View original post

Parent-Delivered Autism Treatment for Children

Parent-Delivered Autism Treatment for Children.

Personal Growth

Re-blogged from: Personal Growth. Perhaps the most important realization that an individual can make in their quest for personal growth is that there is no single formula that defines the path to personal success. We all have different goals and priorities, which means that different activities and attitudes will make us feel good about ourselves. … Continue reading

How to Break Your Addiction to a Person – Beyond Blue

How to Break Your Addiction to a Person posted by Beyond Blue | 7:00am Friday October 21, 2011 In his book, “How to Break Your Addiction to a Person,” Howard Halpern first explains what an addictive relationship is, then gives guidelines for recognizing if you’re involved in one. Then, he offers several techniques on how … Continue reading

Working from the center

Post by mtngrl123 on Tue Oct 18, 2011 8:56 am In the Thick of It Working from Center When you feel you are in the thick of things, tapping into your own inner resources will help bring strength. When we are “in the thick of it,” overwhelmed by too many things that need our attention, … Continue reading

Positive Disintegration

The Theory of Positive Disintegration (TPD) by Kazimierz Dąbrowski describes a theory of personality development. Unlike mainstream psychology, Dąbrowski’s theoretical framework views psychological tension and anxiety as necessary for growth. These “disintegrative” processes are therefore seen as “positive,” whereas people who fail to go through positive disintegration may remain for their entire lives in a … Continue reading