I am very fond of greyhounds. They are calm, smart, loving and very athletic. When I think of myself I imagine myself as a greyhound because they have traits that I admire and try to develop in myself. How do you picture yourself? Is there a creature or person you admire? Are there positive traits you want to develop in your life? Can you put together a positive self-image to focus on? Your sense of yourself can drive you forward and help you "be all you can be" or it can contribute to your spiraling down. I hope you can find a picture of yourself that you like and will inspire you.
The Most Important Relationship
Difficulties and challenges with relationships in our lives can often have a significant impact on our mood and sometimes can contribute to feelings of depression. Whilst these relationships are very important to our wellbeing, the most important relationship in our lives often gets overlooked: the relationship we have with ourselves.
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How would you describe the relationship you have with yourself?
It's on the rocks. We do NOT get along.
Needs improvement. I am my harshest critic.
We are acquaintances. Neither friends nor enemies.
Good. We are supportive friends.
I am my biggest fan. I can do no wrong.
We've been where you are ... We can help you!
"This is my first time logging on to a meeting, I'm very glad I did. I have much to learn about myself and the world around me and this is a great vehicle to help me achieve inner peace along the way. Thanks
Confidential & Anonymous
Facilitated by professionally trained Group Leaders (not volunteers)
Choose your participation level - it's
okay to just listen
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