Best of Our Blogs: June 16, 2017
There’s one thing you can do right now to improve your relationships with others, cultivate greater peace and be more efficient.
Can you guess what it is?
Slow down your movements. Slow down to listen to how you feel, what he or she said, and what’s going on around you.
We’re always anticipating the next thing. But rushing from one thing to the next isn’t only exhausting it pushes us from the present moment.
Slowing down gives us time to reflect, pause and do things carefully. In this culture of instant gratification and responses, slowing down, not speeding up will give us what we’re really searching for.
Practice the art of slowing down by carefully not speed reading our top posts.
How to Tell You Are in the Presence of a Dangerous Person
(The Exhausted Woman) – To avoid being hurt by a toxic person, the best thing you can do is identify and avoid them. Here’s what you should look out for.
The Narcissist’s Alphabet
(Narcissism Decoded) – To understand the difference between how narcissists see themselves and others see them, read this creative take on the alphabets.
3 Reasons Codependents Struggle with Self-Care
(Happily Imperfect) – How do you know you’ve healed your codependency issue? You start taking care of yourself.
6 Things Not to Say to A Daughter Recovering From Childhood
(Knotted) – You want to support your loved one, but if you’re saying the following you’re probably doing more damage than good.
All You Need to Know in Order to Make a Decision
(Dysfunction Interrupted) – This explains why you’re so indecisive. Here’s how to simplify the decision-making process going forward.
Uyemura, B. (2017). Best of Our Blogs: June 16, 2017. Psych Central. Retrieved on December 11, 2017, from https://psychcentral.com/blog/archives/2017/06/16/best-of-our-blogs-june-16-2017/