Tag Archives: self-worth

Get More From Your Holiday

Take fewer pictures. That’s not to say you shouldn’t take photos, but if you find yourself pulling out your camera every 10 minutes, you might be missing out on what’s in front of you.  Be more spontaneous. Planning is helpful … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Notes : Empathic Understanding

Effectively communicate that you understand the youth emotionally as well as cognitively Enhance the youth’s and parents’/guardians’ perception that they can communicate with their needs Enhance self-worth (if she finds value in me, I must have value) Advice from a … Continue reading

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Strength

What is your greatest strength? The ability to cross boundaries – social, physical, religious – to understand others. Also knowing who I am and being true to myself  – Rania Abouzeld. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and … Continue reading

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Have Boundaries

People who own it  know what they will and will not. Boundaries are important because they set basic guidelines of how you want to be treated. Boundaries telling others to call you when they learn how to respect you. Positively … Continue reading

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Steps

Look back, but only to see how far you’ve come. You won’t see your next step if you’re constantly retracing your last one. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom … Continue reading

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