Best of Our Blogs: December 7, 2018
I’m reading a phenomenal book by Dr. Joe Dispenza called, “Becoming Supernatural: How Common People Are Doing the Uncommon.” There are so many pearls of wisdom in it and statements full of hope for anyone suffering from physical or mental illness. So far, this is one of my favorites:
“The only thing I can assure you of is this: The unknown has never let me down.”
Dispenza says we often get stuck in the same routine, ways of thinking, and feelings that keep us in the past. The way to change is to open up to the unfamiliar, putting your attention on how you want to be versus what you don’t want and accepting change even if it comes with discomfort.
If you’re ready to make positive changes, our top posts this week will show you how to begin making better decisions, build better boundaries and recognize signs of narcissistic teasing and abusive behavior.
3 Ways to Make Better Decisions
(Anger Management) – Your indecisiveness stems from a regretful past. You can begin healing your decision-making fears by trying this.
Boundaries: How They Work, When They Fail, & How to Build Yours
(Childhood Emotional Neglect) – You didn’t develop healthy boundaries as a kid and now it’s wreaking havoc on your life. Here’s how to build better ones.
Narcissistic Teasing: The Ugly Aftermath
(Narcissism Meets Normalcy) – Here’s why getting teased by a narcissist is a whole other ballgame.
The 8 Types of Abusive Behavior
(The Exhausted Woman) – If you think abuse is purely about getting physically hurt, this list will shock you.
How to treat Borderline Personality Disorder: A Schema Therapy Approach (Part 1)
(The Recovery Expert) – People with borderline personality disorder experience memories, emotions, bodily sensations, and cognitions associated with a harmful childhood. Read more about what this looks like and a therapy that can help with it.
Uyemura, B. (2018). Best of Our Blogs: December 7, 2018. Psych Central. Retrieved on April 6, 2020, from https://psychcentral.com/blog/best-of-our-blogs-december-7-2018/