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Conflict Management Training: Helping Individuals with Anger Management

Posted by Priyanka Prashar on July 3, 2023 in anxiety conflict management training life coaching Quick Facts stress No Comments

Introduction: Anger is a strong and healthy emotion, but if it’s not controlled, it can be harmful. Uncontrolled rage frequently results in damaging arguments, strained relationships, and detrimental effects in many different spheres of life. However, conflict management training provides useful tips and tricks to help people deal with their rage in a healthy way.

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How to FEEL all your feelings

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on December 19, 2022 in Quick Facts No Comments

Most of what we do as adults is either in an attempt to chase a feeling or in an attempt to avoid a feeling. I would say with big pharma booming like it is that most people are engaged in the latter, seeking the fastest ways to stop what they are feeling as quickly as

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On Picking Jeans & Good Choices

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on July 14, 2020 in Quick Facts No Comments

On Jeans and Good Choices  Here’s the secret –  no one else really knows what they’re doing either. And the more sure they are of how things need to be done or how you should behave, or what the “right way is,” the more misguided they likely are.  If there is one truth I choose

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On Endings…

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on July 13, 2020 in life coaching Quick Facts self-care No Comments

On endings: “It didn’t work out, I wanted this to work so badly!” “Maybe I should’ve tried to ____ or _____ or _____” (cue imagining doing a thousand things differently, welcome to emotional torture) It did work. It wasn’t SUPPOSED to last. For all experiences, especially the painful ones – It’s all about you getting closer

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Your Intuition Always Prevails

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on July 10, 2020 in Quick Facts No Comments

Lucy – Before, During & After  A large part of practicing mindfulness is about being able to connect deeply with your intuition and make decisions based solely on the physiological cues/signals that your body sends you. Your body is always letting you know which way to go and what choice is right for you. Whether

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