When life brings us a lot of challenges we have been told that we need to work harder. We should dig in and take care of business. This can raise our anxiety level, get burnt out and possibly depressed. Sometimes when we are the busiest we need to actually slow down and take time off to be more productive. When we do this we recharge our batteries and become more able to deal with whatever life is serving up. I hope that you will take some time today to renew your energy.
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.
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