Tag Archives: Mental Health

Worry vs. Confidence

If you’re able to worry, you’re also able to be confident. Because from a functional standpoint, worry and confidence are pretty much the same thing. Worry is the expectation that something negative will happen. Confidence is the expectation that something … Continue reading

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There Will Be Some Bad Days People. That’s Life!

Ok the hard drive on my Mac desktop computer crashed, my ultra reliable 2 year old Honda Element wouldn’t start after training with a client in Santa Monica, my AAA roadside service membership expired a month ago without me realizing … Continue reading

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The Law of Detachment

In detachment lies the wisdom of uncertainty . . . in the wisdom of uncertainty lies the freedom from our past, from the known, which is the prison of past conditioning. And in our willingness to step into the unknown, … Continue reading

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Ease Depression and Anxiety Symptoms with Regular Exercise

If you suffer from anxiety and depression, you might find that a regular exercise program will be of great help to you. It’s by no means a cure for these mental health conditions, but research has proven that increasing your … Continue reading

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