The iceberg that sunk the Titanic

The anger iceberg Imagining anger as the tip of an iceberg can be a useful way to start exploring your own emotional experience, as well as understanding others’ emotional experience when they are expressing anger: “Think of anger like an iceberg. Most of the iceberg is hidden below the surface of the water. Similarly, when […]

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The power of personal choice

Happy Monday! This week, try to engage fully with your own autonomy and agency by being mindful of the spaces between internal and external stimuli and your responses to them. Practice your power to choose how you move through this week’s challenges and opportunities. Spend some time thinking about Frankl’s wise words: “Between stimulus and […]

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The good life

A little Monday motivation where you are, right this moment, is part of the process of building your life. Since it’s a process and not a state of being, you don’t have to hurt yourself through self-criticism for not having reached the end-goal yet. Take some of the pressure off yourself this week, and remember […]

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New season, new approach

Spring is here! Let’s make September the start of not only a new season, but a new approach to well-being: Creating meaning in hardship, building positive relationships and focusing on our daily accomplishments (no matter how small). As E.P. Seligman notes: “Well-being cannot exist just in your own head. Well-being is a combination of feeling […]

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