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Am I Enough?

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Among my clients, I find this to be a relatively frequent theme. And it is not surprising: in our society of super-achievers who are expected to multi-task 24/7, we are always on, always wondering what we forgot to do, or should be doing, always questioning and doubting ourselves, hence only strengthening the self-doubt: Am I Enough? Am I enough of …

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Waste Not, Want More

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How often do you find yourself in a situation when you say to yourself, “I need to really…” …go to the gym …eat healthier …go to bed earlier …exercise …spend less money …be happier If you listen carefully to our inner dialogue as well as to others, “need to,” “should,” and “have to” statements are often part of our daily …

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Quieting Your Self-Critical Voice 

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Have you realized there is one voice in your life that constantly brings you down? Is it a total nag, harping on everything you do, never to be satisfied? Is that voice your own? We are often our worst critics and rarely does this harsh self-criticism help us reach our goals. Rather, it can lead us to feel depressed, anxious, …

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