This person has all the bright ideas, but is constantly changing their mind and never follows through.
This person has an idea or opinion, but never makes a move and will allow others to make the decision no matter how long it takes.
This person does not want to be involved and will not show up, but supports financially.
This person has no clue of what is going on and won't ask, but will use lack of information as an excuse.
This person doesn't believe in anything and will shoot down any person, place, thing or idea.
This person is blowing in the wind and doesn't think very long, but also has a quick plan in action.
The fear of failure is called "atychiphobia". It is when we allow fear to stop us from doing the things that can move us forward to achieve our goals. Fear can keep you from experiencing everything life has to offer. So many people will allow fear to overtake them which, can ultimately keep you from growing. Let's see how we can overcome fear together.
Acknowledge the problem: Don't try to avoid situations. This does not make issues disappear.
It is always best to talk with a friend or seek professional help if you feel overwhelmed. We all experience anxiety at some point in life and you do not have to face your fears alone.
Have you ever taken ownership for a problem that you may have caused or do you constantly blame others? If every situation you are involved in seems to go haywire, you may want to do some self evaluation.
Here are a few self improvement ideas that can help you achieve more effective results.
People can experience different types of mental health problems that can affect your thinking, mood, and behavior. Most people with mental health problems can get better. Treatment and recovery are ongoing processes that happen over time. The first step is getting help.
Here is a list of a few mental disorders:
People with anxiety disorders respond to certain objects or situations with fear and dread. Anxiety disorders can include obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorders, phobias, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
Behavioral disorders involve a pattern of disruptive behaviors in children that last for at least 6 months and cause problems in school, at home and in social situations. An example of a behavioral disorder is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Eating disorders involve extreme emotions, attitudes, and behaviors involving weight and food. Eating disorders can include anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating.
Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders
Mental health problems and substance abuse disorders sometimes occur together.
Mood disorders involve persistent feelings of sadness or periods of feeling overly happy, or fluctuating between extreme happiness and extreme sadness. Mood disorders can include depression, bipolar disorder, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), and self-harm.
People with personality disorders have extreme and inflexible personality traits that are distressing to the person and may cause problems in work, school, or social relationships. Personality disorders can include antisocial personality disorder and borderline personality disorder.
People with psychotic disorders experience a range of symptoms, including hallucinations and delusions. An example of a psychotic disorder is schizophrenia.
Suicide causes immeasurable pain, suffering, and loss to individuals, families, and communities nationwide.
Here are some ways to help treat mental disorders:
If you or anyone are experiencing symptoms of mental health disorders please contact :
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By K. Graves
How successful do you want to be? If you have a negative self-image, you cannot achieve success because that would contradict with who you are currently. The feelings of fear, not being good enough, or distrust of your own abilities are the indicators that you want to pursue something greater than your self-image allows you to have.
Change for the better is always good. Here are a few tips that can help you with your transition.
By K. Graves
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Anxiety has a way of preparing us for important events, as well as warning us when we need to take action. However, if you are experiencing anxiety that is overwhelming, unbearable, and is interfering in your daily activities you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder.
An estimated 40 million American adults live with an anxiety disorder and only one- third of those suffering from the illness receive treatment. This is nothing to be ashamed of and is highly treatable. While in some cases medication is used for treatment there are some daily exercises that can help.
When you're feeling anxious or stressed, these strategies will help you cope:
Being a little selfish can be a good thing. This is your life and not anyone else's. Why wouldn't you be an expert at knowing what you need? Pleasing everyone is not possible nor is it required. Why should you have to?
The same people who try to keep you closed in and dancing to their tune are living their lives just the way they desire to. Too many people get so caught up in what others will think of them not realizing the misery that comes along with carrying that weight.
Free yourself from opinions and live your life without fear of judgement. Yes, there is a chance you could possibly fail, but there is also a chance you will succeed. Take ownership for your happiness. It is not your job to make everyone else happy. The people who really love you rejoice when you succeed. Be aware of those who do not clap when you're winning.
Being selfish is putting yourself first, but there are times when you sacrifice for someone else and this is ok. Be sure that you do not sacrifice your own happiness long term.
Check out these four ways to make being selfish a good thing:
By K Graves
I've got someone that I want you to meet. Allow me to introduce you to this fabulous, kind-hearted, and smart woman. There is no one else like her and I think you two would get along great - meet YOU!
So, you're thinking, I thought I was really going to meet someone. Well, you ARE really someone. When's the last time you actually spent some quality time with HER?
Recently, my husband told me to take some time for myself - without him and the kids. Wait, what? No kids? No breakfast, lunch, and dinner orders? Just me, myself, and I? Honestly, it scared me a little. Why, you ask? I suspect the reason is that I am just used to being around them - being a mom and wife. It seems that I may like them, but let's keep that confidential.
Whether you work outside of the home or at home with your family, we can sometimes neglect ourselves. Let's be real - we neglect ourselves more often than we should. We are so caught up in problem solving and making sure everything around us is in working condition, we forget about the awesome chic making it all happen. We can't help it. Women are natural nurturers in most cases and we all don't do it in the same ways.
Here's a thought: get to know you. Spend some quality with the one person that truly knows you. It's tough enough to squeeze in quality bathroom time, trust me, I know. Start small - 15 to 20 minutes taking off the old nail polish and applying a fresh coat. Make a deal with your spouse, family friend, or relative that would allow time away from the kids. Long term goal - plan a weekend getaway with your gal pals or maybe a weekend stay-cation with just YOU. Whatever you decide, the point is to remember how wonderfully awesome you are. Taking time for yourself is not a guilty pleasure; it's necessary and well-deserved!
By C. Morrison
Have you noticed that lately you have a short fuse? Are you easily annoyed?
Here are a few anger control tips.
1. Acknowledge That you Have a Problem
2. Keep a Hostility Log
3. Use Your Support Network
4. Interrupt the Anger Cycle
5. Use Empathy
6. See the Humor in Your Anger
8. Build Trust
9. Listen Effectively
10. Be Assertive
11. Live Each Day as if it's Your Last
12. Forgive and Forget
These strategies are only a general guide. If anger continues to be a problem, you might need to seek the help of a suitably qualified health professional, especially if your anger hurts others, or if it causes you harm.
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