“We often look at others and compare their outsides to our insides.” Petal Murti, Registered Psychologist For the rest of the article, “Self Judgment and the Imposter Syndrome,” click on the photo. Photo by Dmitry Sovyak on Unsplash
“We often look at others and compare their outsides to our insides.” Petal Murti, Registered Psychologist At times, all of us fall prey to the “Imposter Syndrome.” The imposter syndrome is where we judge ourselves as inadequate or less worthy, less than able. We assume that other people must feel more confident, more able to … More Self Judgment and the Imposter Syndrome
10 Ways to understand your personal recovery ‘sweet spot’ ___ “Improve a little each day. It compounds. When 1% compounds every day, it doubles every 72 days, not every 100 days. Compounding tiny excellence is what creates big excellence.” James Altucher As I wrote in the first part of this series, recovery is about learning how … More Recovery and Learning to Respect Your Limits, Part 2
How Knowing Your Limits Will Improve Your Life ___ The messages that we hear about our limits are confusing. Just read the two quotes below and you will see what I mean: Surrender to your limits. Peter Scazzero Whatever doesn’t kill me… had better start running Recovery is about learning how to accept your limits … More Recovery and Learning to Respect Your Limits, Part 1
Being a Great Parent Might Become Your Downfall ___ There are days when I don’t feel like I am a very good parent. Days where my kids would rather pay attention to their iPods than listen to me. My jokes are not funny anymore. I’m crabby, and come to think of it, I’m flabby. I’ve … More The Shadow Side of Parenting
What is the one thing you need, but if you have too much it can get you in trouble? Confidence. ___ Confidence. It goes on our resume, your profile, and your website. And society believes that if you are endowed with a good measure of it, you will find success in whatever you do. It’s almost … More Recovery: Be Confident, But Look Out!