1. What option would I choose if I knew I would definitely succeed? 2. What would I do if I didn’t feel scared? 3. Who can I talk to who’s been in my shoes? 4. What are the likely outcomes of each choice and decision? 5. What is the worst thing that could happen; what […]6 Questions to ask when you’re making a tough decision — Coaching Skills International
All we ever have is this moment and this day.
Don’t focus on the future
And what might lie ahead.
It’s good to have some dreams
And to formulate some plans.
It’s good to feel inspired
And to set yourself high goals.
But life will pass you by if your focus is what’s next.
If you are never here
For your mind is somewhere else.
You need to be awake
And inhabit life right now.
Don’t wish away your days
Life is happening. Here. Today.
1. Think well of myself.
2. Remember how far I have already come.
3. Refuse to ruminate over past mistakes or failures.
4. Refuse to get pulled down by others’ negativity.
5. Enjoy life’s little pleasures – like flowers and sunrises.
6. Be present in this moment.
7. Breathe, relax, and smile.
“I wish it need not have happened in my time,” said Frodo. “So do I,” said Gandalf, “and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.” J.R.R. Tolkien, The Fellowship […]Quote of the Day — Coaching Skills International
This is why it came as such a shock: He was hiding secrets from you. Little secrets you never knew. Little secrets that grew and grew. Little secrets that became big lies. A web of deception that took over his life.Quote of the Day — Help for Partners of Sex Addicts
Night-time was the worst. It was always the worst. Usually in the day she could put it from her mind. But when she tried to sleep all the memories returned.
When you’re feeling overwhelmed, try to focus your mind on just one thing that will help you to hang on, and also reconnect you with your inner strength. The following questions might help with this:
1. Can you think of one occasion when you felt “it was too much”, and yet you found you coped, and you made it through the day? How did you manage to keep going at that time? How can you apply that to what’s happening right now?
2. Can you think of one key strength that is part of who you are, that gives you confidence, and persuades you “you’ll survive”? How can you ensure you keep accessing that strength?
3. Identify one boundary you…
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