Boosting Confidence and Self-Esteem: The Influence of Online Life Coaching

Posted by Priyanka Prashar on August 18, 2023 in parenting self-care stress No Comments

Self-esteem and confidence are not always mutually exclusive. The definition of self-confidence according to Psychology Today is “trusting in one’s ability or aptitude to engage successfully or at least adequately with the world.” A self-assured person rises to new challenges, seizes chances, handles challenging circumstances, and accepts responsibility if and when things go wrong.    

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Pediatric Sleep Disorders: How Are They Diagnosed

Posted by Priyanka Prashar on August 8, 2023 in anxiety conflict management training self-care stress No Comments

Sleep problems are widespread in childhood and adolescence and are linked to neurocognitive, psychosocial, and carer load increases. Sleep issues can manifest in many different ways in infants, kids, and teenagers, and they frequently have a considerable negative impact on many different elements of daytime functioning.    While issues with evening settling and frequent overnight

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Five Steps for Conducting a Transformational Coaching Session

Posted by Priyanka Prashar on July 28, 2023 in anxiety conflict management training self-care stress No Comments

Being a transformation coach is a fulfilling profession that will not only help you achieve your personal goals but also enable you to assist a great number of people in doing the same. It doesn’t have to be hard, perplexing, or complicated. You may conduct a transformational coaching session with your clients with ease by

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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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Holiday Stress Tips

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on December 22, 2022 in self-care stress triggers No Comments

The holidays are intended to be a time for connection, sharing, gratitude and love. Ironically, for many people, the opposite experience is usually the norm. What happens during the holidays and the way we respond to it can provide us with a lot of wisdom about the parts of ourselves that could use some support

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Understanding Our Triggers

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on December 1, 2022 in stress triggers No Comments

Most people spend a LOT of time creating complex and complicated rituals in an attempt to avoid being triggered or have their wounds poked. Unfortunately, the stress that often compounds from trying to navigate and avoid emotional stress triggers actually just makes us feel worse. Additional stress = nervous system spike = feeling worse. Working

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Being overly busy is a trauma response

Posted by Katie Kovaleski on November 29, 2022 in stress No Comments

“I will feel better if/when _____ happens” “I’ll be able to rest and relax if/when ____ happens” “I just need _____ to happen and then I’ll be/feel okay” Do any of those phrases sound familiar? Those are some of the natural bi-product thoughts that come from being hyper-vigilant. The trouble is, once one thing is

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