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Mindfulness | Modern Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy

Modern Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy This Page is in process I will write more about Modern Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy along the way   Gain Perspective on Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy   Modern Mindfulness Cognitive Therapy is at the leading edge of contemporary psychotherapy and counseling! Even a single session predictably helps you achieve your mental and behavioral health […]

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ACT Therapy Seattle | Musing Within The Happiness Trap

  Talks at the Rubin Museum In Memoriam: Philip Seymour Hoffman Just over a year ago philosopher Simon Critchley met with Philip Seymour Hoffman for the final evening in a series of on-stage conversations called Happy Talk. In a delightful and searching dialogue, that in hindsight seems prescient, the actor wrestles with the concepts of happiness, love, and death with […]

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Desperately Seeking Happiness

Happiness is one of the most sought after and yet still elusive aspects of life. Happiness is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow that everyone wants, but so few people can confidently claim to have discovered. The field of psychology has produced a science of happiness through a variety of studies […]

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A Little 3-Step Guide to Overcoming Fear

Fear is something that exists in most of our lives. Some may think that the best way to deal with the fear is to meditate on it and seek to control fear by being perpetually prepared for what they’re afraid of. That’s how Barrie Davenport used to think, but she found it to be a […]

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7 Unconventional Ways to Build Your Confidence

This article raises the question of what things we could be doing in our lives if we had an unshakable confidence in ourselves and our ability to perform these tasks. If the answer is that there are a lot of things we could do if we only had that confidence, the next question becomes how […]

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Self-Sabotaging: Why We Get in Our Own Way

This article explores the expression, “You are your own worst enemy.” Many people can relate to this expression, calling to mind personal experiences of procrastination, deliberate poor choices, or other self-destructive decisions that we question later. Psychologist and author Robert Firestone attributes these experiences to self-sabotaging thoughts and behaviors perpetrated by something he coined as […]

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