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3 Steps for Dealing with Any Psychological Problem

3 Steps for Dealing with Any Psychological Problem

Psychological problems can be really tough. Maybe you are struggling with an emotional problem like depression or anxiety. You’re having a difficult time coping with your unpleasant thoughts or feelings. You wish these thoughts and feelings would just go away, but you...
How To Solve Internal and External Problems

How To Solve Internal and External Problems

As human beings, we are designed to solve problems. Often our biggest breakthroughs in life and work come from being successful in solving our big problems. However, the flip side is also true. Our most painful experiences come from experiencing failure in solving our...
Turn Your Problem Into a Want

Turn Your Problem Into a Want

Many of us are struggling with a problem in our lives, and want to fix it. For example, maybe you are struggling with depression or anxiety. Maybe you are dealing with a physical problem, like being overweight. Or maybe you have a relationship problem with your...
Look for the Need or Problem

Look for the Need or Problem

This blog post is Part 5 in a 14-part blog series on discovering and living your mission. (If you missed Part 1, you can find it here.) In the next few posts, we will walk through some exercises designed to help you clarify your purpose. In other words, what is the...
Take Care of Things Right Away

Take Care of Things Right Away

I like having a clean kitchen. Because of this, when I’m done eating a meal, I like to rinse my dishes right away and put them in the dishwasher. If I have a pan that has some food on it from cooking, I put it in the sink and soak it in water right away. Most of the...
Make a Course Correction

Make a Course Correction

Sometimes when we are dealing with an issue or problem in our lives, it can seem overwhelming. The change we need to make might be so big, it can seem impossible. We might not even know where to start. In situations like these, it can be helpful to think about making...
Share Your Full Truth (Even When It’s Tough)

Share Your Full Truth (Even When It’s Tough)

I remember talking with a friend who was struggling in his marriage. The problems had been going on a long time, and he was starting to feel hopeless about his situation. “Have you talked to her about it?” I asked. “Sort of,” he replied. They had talked about their...
Work First, Play Second

Work First, Play Second

When I was growing up, there was a simple rule I had to follow: Work first, play second. What this meant was that if I had homework or chores to do around the house, I had to get those finished first, and then I could play, relax, and have fun. This rule became a...
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