personal growth

"I told him his actions were unacceptable and he’d caused me irreparable harm."
I recently wrote a post about who marries an extreme narcissist. Now, I'm going to talk about what happens to the children of extreme narcissists. In my practice as a psychiatrist, I've encountered many such children and they've all been adversely affected by having one or both parents with this personality type.
I know why you're here. Now you come in different ways. Often in the form of headlines - inescapable, everywhere I look. 'Woman
I think of Challenges as self-directed projects to change my behavior or spark some personal growth or development I'm clear that I'd like to have. Sometimes I want a mindset shift or want to make (or break) a habit, or I just have a sort of big project I want to sprint to finish.
Unlike most writers I do not have a set genre I prefer to write. I have the memoirs coming, a romance fiction novel, then
Many studies reveal employees with high job satisfaction are generally more productive, engaged, and loyal to their companies
Embracing The Creative Tension Brainstorm a being quality for each feeling you wrote down. While this may seem tedious, it's
My personal life. And because of that, my inner-superwoman took over. Kicked aside the insecure, worried little woman that
In answering a series of simple questions, you begin to get closer to your professional purpose--what it is that drives you
A final big lesson for me has been that motivation isn't a fixed constant. Everyone will go through periods, which can last