Why you should celebrate your ADHDAppreciation is healingSelf Soothing: An Antidote for Suicide?Should have, Could have…DID!

Why you should celebrate your ADHD

We tell ourselves that we must focus, stay on track, be single-pointed and determined to complete things we start. NO to ADD. Focus on on thing at a time Ready for an eye-opener? A couple of eye-catching new studies now call these assumptions about focus into question, at least when it comes to creativity In fact, when you want to come up with new ideas, laser sharp focus may backfire: your best friend is distraction! When you distract your focus, you boost your chances of…
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Appreciation is healing

At any point in time you stand where you are with the situations you have, emanating a view that will show back to you you whatever you are focused upon What are you seeing? What are you expecting? Do you expect to thrive? Do you expect health and freedom in your body? Do you expect abundance in your bank account? You are evoking your experience from what's around you, right now What if you focused on things to appreciate...what then? Tend to your view. Make…
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Self Soothing: An Antidote for Suicide?

Recently, designer Kate Spade and chef Anthony Bourdain succumbed to suicide. In 2016, nearly 45,000 others did, too. 54 percent did not have known mental health conditions. Relationship problems, legal problems, health or job or financial problems, the everyday issues that affect everyone. This means suicide can happen to anyone. Just about everyone I know has thought about suicide at one time or another. Everyone. I. Know. Genius poet Marcel Proust said, "If not for my thoughts of suicide I would not have made it…
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Should have, Could have…DID!

According to psychologist Tom Gilovich, regrets that bother us most involve failing to take action. Basically, we’re not as bothered by the mistakes we made as by mistakes we didnt make - by not taking action towards the things we wanted. When we evaluate our lives, we think about whether we’re heading toward the person we’d like to be. Regrets that stick with you are the ‘ought to have’ regrets. Gilovich explains that people aren’t as bothered by failed actions because most mistakes can be…
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