As a dental hygienist, my mom not only cleans people’s teeth, but listens to do them as she does so every day. And like hair stylists and therapists, she often hears their problems too. One of the most valuable advice she has ever given me is to not judge what other people are going through. “You never know what you would do in that situation unless it happened to you.”
Our posts this week makes me think about what she said. You may have lived through difficulty, failure, loss of self-respect. You may, in fact, be going through this right now. If so, remember to find the people in your life who won’t judge you, but have compassion for your situation. That person may even be you.
I hope you will enjoy our top posts this week! There are some good ones everything from how to be successful to boosting your self-respect. See you again here on Friday. Have a great week!
(Neuroscience & Relationships) – What’s something everybody wants, but few know how to get? This popular post provides three important lessons to help remove the obstacles in your way towards success.
(Family Mental Health) – Family Mental Health blogger Erika Krull provides hope for those who have experienced past tragedy that comes with deep family pain. She offers good news, bad news and a dose of reality to help you deal, accept and learn to live with the pain.
(The Therapist Within) – Gabrielle Gawne-Kelnar asks this profound question, “How well do you know yourself?” Read this and you may get a glimpse of another side of you, the less public, more hidden side of yourself.
(Weightless) – Loving your body is not just about loving your individual parts. It’s also about loving your whole self. If you’re not there yet, read these five tips to help improve your body image and your self-respect.
(The Creative Mind) – Anyone who considers themselves to be creative has at one time or another experienced anxiety. How do you deal with it? Read this to see if you can relate with other creative people who experience anxiety and get tips on how to manage it successfully.
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