Archive for the ‘Self Help’ Category

August 12, 2012 0

A Free Dyslexia Test?

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Many people look for a free dyslexia test. Does such a thing exist? Can you really find a dyslexia test that is actually free? These questions can be answered, but not simply; the answers may surprise you… On the Internet, whenever anyone has a question they run it through a search engine. You “Google it” […]

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June 21, 2011 0

What is the Inner Child: How to Understand and Work With your Own Inner Magic and Creativity

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When we talk about the inner child, we’re referring to an image of your child self. This image may be one that you access by looking at a photograph of yourself as a child, or simply by closing your eyes and picturing yourself as a child. Let’s look at some of the different aspects of […]

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June 10, 2011 0

No, not That High School Dream Again!

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At least once, I’ll bet you’ve had a school-related anxiety dream. By this, I mean a dream where you were back in school, at whatever educational level, and you weren’t performing adequately. Some people have school anxiety dreams involving absurd situations. I regularly have one where, thirteen years after the fact, someone decides I didn’t […]

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April 26, 2011 0

Weaning A Breastfed Baby

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When to wean is a question facing all breastfeeding mums. How does a new mum know when to introduce solid food into her baby’s diet and what sort of food can a baby eat? At present the World Health Organisation recommends that all babies be breastfed exclusively for six months. A long time, you may […]

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April 10, 2011 0

A Look at Some of the Most Effective Leadership Styles

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Leadership style differs from person to person according to the tasks, team and individual capabilities. However the following tips will help to achieve effective leadership styles; * Whenever possible, delegate the work to the employee as a whole. But be sure that the employee understands the whole process. You can also connect them in a […]

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April 5, 2011 0

Why Families Use Coaches

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What do successful CEOs, happy homemakers, and professional golfers have in common? They all benefit from the resources of a life coach to help them live productive lives and fulfill their goals and dreams. The techniques that promote awareness and change, enhance relationships and bring satisfaction for executives are also powerful tools for parenting. Training […]

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September 14, 2010 0

How to Get Rid of Panic and Anxiety Through Self-help

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In our lives, we all want peace and happiness. We hope for a happy and pleasant environment around us all the time. However, to have all this we must be living in an ultimate world. However, we all know that our world is not ideal and tensions, panicky situations and anxieties arise every now and […]

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April 26, 2010 0

A New Understanding of Anxiety Disorders and Depression?

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With anxiety-related problems (including depression as such a problem), we watch ourselves in everything we do and it’s not difficult to appreciate how this self-absorption can lead us to believe that we are the only one with such a problem. This, in itself, strengthens the ‘what’s wrong with me’ beliefs, yet nothing could be further […]

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April 25, 2010 0

Stress Relief Techniques For A Preschool Child – Part One

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Many years ago, children from birth to four or five years of age exercised natural preschool stress relief. Training in preschool stress relief was both unknown and unnecessary. Stay at home mothers never worried about trying to increase self-concept in their preschool children. They did not work to instill artificial coping skills and specialized anger […]

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June 6, 2009 0

5 Tips to Gain Self Confidence

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Some people struggle with low confidence. It can be so low as to be painful and hold a person back from doing many things in life. The longer you do not address the lack of self confidence, the worse things will get. It becomes a vicious circle of thinking poorly about yourself and thinking others […]

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