1. Learn healthy self self assessment
Judging ourselves not just good or bad spots but also accept them and try to do the best with what you have.
Building confidence: You make good points listed. You do what’s best for you? Your skills and your favorite area? Friends said how about you? Next, let’s find out your weak spots. Do you have difficulty working? What makes you clueless and weak?
2. Giving and receiving
We usually shrugs refused a compliment by saying “Yeah, but …”
Accept compliments: the next time someone compliments you, say, “thank you! I am glad that you think that. ” And think about the praise that you have and see if it makes you feel good.
3. Build positive family relationships
Be serious about building good family relationships. Learn how to assess the skills and abilities of each Member. Learn how to give and receive support.
Time: the time to family. Planning for both the serious and the fun. Listen to respect without interrupting when others are talking. And need regular practice these things.
4. Make friends with people who mean
A friend helps you understand that you are not alone. They help you share at, at, and it’s your turn to help them.
Build your friends: keep in touch or occasionally invite you to go eat. You should have a new friend-recommend a friend introduce you to a new way.
5. Identify your priorities
Our challenge is to get between the things we really “need” and “things we want”. Difficulty in finding a reasonable balance between the time spent and the resources for what she wants and what she needs.
Create a meaningful budget: Please write a spending plan for yourself. Your desires are reality? Are you planning to do to have the money buy gets what she wants?
6. Participate in social activities
Engage in meaningful activities with us will bring the feeling of purpose and satisfaction.
Volunteers: get involved in volunteering. Read stories to children in the Center; visit the elderly in nursing homes; join community groups or charitable activities that you love; join the clean streets, parks or beaches; help a neighbor to clean up their homes.
7. Learn to manage stress effectively
Stress is a part of life. How do you deal with the stress depends on your attitude.
Give yourself a short holiday: every day, for 5 minutes to rest for spiritual health. Close your Office or other Office and dreaming about a place, a person or an idea, or don’t stay at all! You will feel like you just have a short holiday.
8. Responding to these changes can affect you
It’s be nice if “happy forever” but life keeps “throwing those hard” on us.
Find the strength from the crowd: look for a support group have the same problem that you are experiencing. By setting up groups of people who can share your problem, you will find an interesting approach.
9. To deal with your emotions
How to have a safe and constructive to say and share the feelings of anger, grief, and fear …?
Activity-identify and deal with your mood: find out what makes you happy, sad, joyful or angry. What helps you calm down? Learn how to deal with your moods. Share the good news with your friends and “cry on a shoulder” when you see the sad.
Exercise can help you deal with anger. Let’s collect jokes, amusing animation or tape drive that you love for the times that you feel the need to laugh.
10. Guide on yourself
Learn how at peace with himself. Learn to know who you are? What makes you really happy what you are really passionate about? … Learn to balance what you can change in yourself with what you cannot change.
Construction of the “I” of yourself: be dedicated to quiet his own time which you can own yourself entirely.
Breathing exercises – try to count the rhythm of your breathing from 1 to 4, and started again from 1. Or doing something you love.