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Ours are lives that are easily thrown out of balance.  The common circumstances that we rarely consider poise the most threat because they are the situations that we sometimes pay the least attention to.  

 I have made a general list of at least twenty items that easily come to mind. Take a look, and feel free to comment. I am certain I neglected all the issues that could be included.  Also, be sure to visit the links at the end of this blog post to determine what they have to offer.

  • How to better express our point of view by weaving into our conversations  compelling visual images
  • How to sort through relevant facts to substantiate our contentions
  • How to see the humor inherent in the majority of uncomfortable situations
  • How to clarify our meaning and get to the main point of what we are trying to say out faster
  • How to ask better questions about the things in life we fail to comprehend
  • How to accept counterarguments without becoming annoyed or turning off others
  • How to meet new people and bring their spirit into our lives
  • How to make ourselves more fascinating to strangers that interest us
  • How to arrange for a few minutes of daily inner peace and solitude
  • How to express our admiration without being condescending to those we respect
  • How to control our displeasure
  • How to find new ways to ignite our flame
  • How to reduce the scope of our spending
  • How to look more festive or more suitable for specific events
  • How to take advantage of what nature freely provides for us
  • How to take an alternate route to work that is less stressful and more picturesque
  • How to heal old wounds without punishing ourselves
  • How to get to the crux of what bothers us much quicker
  • How to devise better plans (in general)
  • How to make easier transitions
  • How to demonstrate our willingness to be of help without embarrassing those in need of it
  • How to make better choices (both short and long-term)

 

More of What We Can Do

Valuable Resources Worth Investigating

Check These Links Out!

Self-Improvement Aids

http://www.i-choose-self-improvement.com/resources.html

Jump into a New Life

http://myselfimprovementtoday.com/how-meditation-aids-in-improving-oneself

Affirmations for Radical Success

http://www.affirmations-for-radical-success.com/failure-patterns.html

7 Ways to Look at Money Differently

http://advancedlifeskills.com/blog/7-ways-to-look-at-money-differently/

Dare to Live Your Life Differently

http://uncommongeneration.com/live-life-differently

Explore and Enjoy the Happiness Habit

http://www.happinessinhardtimes.com/

Self-coaching – the disorganized mind ( strategic questions and worksheets provided)

http://www.thedisorganizedmind.com/adhdselfcoaching/goals-abilities-worksheet

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Helping our clients and patients by enhancing their abilities to better care for themselves is at the root of recovery.

The world of a person who struggles with chronic skin conditions can be an alarming place.  It is up to the skin care specialist to inspire reassurance and hope for aesthetic resolution whenever possible. Self-care is of primary importance if recovery is to be expected. Caring is communicated in many ways but none as vital as in efforts that are intended to aid clients/patients in being more aware of the significance of their own part in effective interventions. Therapeutic treatment providers must monitor and value their clients and patients practices in terms of specific home care situations. They must listen attentively to their input in order to coach them in making behavioral modifications. If they do not, they will make their clients / patients feel overpowered and inadequate and they will be less inclined to perform the necessary self-care required.  Emotions such as frustration, helplessness and anger will surface occasionally in the course of ongoing treatments because so much of the day-to-day care is ultimately left in the hands of the client / patient. A professional posture of advocacy and encouragement and caring support can be very productive in times of healing stagnation because it helps us carry our clients / patients through their darkest of days.

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