self help

You Cannot Selectively Numb

TW: Addictions I’ve been learning a lot from Brené Brown recently, and something she said really stuck with me that I want to share with you in case you haven’t heard it: “You cannot selectively numb.” When we get bad news, are avoiding something, trying to purposefully dissociate ourselves, etc. we numb. This can come […]

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Supersonic Self-Love Ep. 8 – Inner Critic & Positive Self-Talk

Today I talk about what exactly an inner critic is, why we have one, tips on how to acknowledge negative self-talk, how to stand up to your inner critic, tips on how to transition into positive self-talk, the benefits of positive self-talk. Your homework assignments this week are to: Acknowledge your inner critic and their […]

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25 Ways To Cope With Seasonal Affective Disorder

After Daylight Savings Time hits, the days get shorter (well, we have less sunlight during the day), and it affects a lot of people. Some people have Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), which is a real mental illness and should always be treated with professional help such as therapy, but even if you don’t have SAD, […]

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Supersonic Self-Love Ep. 7 – Self-Esteem & Self-Confidence

Today I’m going to explain to you the slight differences between self-esteem and self-confidence, blast through any limiting beliefs you might have about high levels of self-esteem being narcissistic, go over signs of low self-esteem, and give you tangible steps and ideas of ways that you can start increasing your self-esteem today! Your homework assignments […]

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