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Imposter Syndrome: feeling like you want to fit in but don’t belong? It’s time to update your story.

Imposter syndrome is a term that I have noticed, is becoming more common lately. This article http://www.fastcompany.com/3036006/hit-the-ground-running/8-practical-steps-to-getting-over-your-impostor-syndrome describes it as “a psychological phenomenon in which people are unable to see their own accomplishments, dismissing them as luck, timing, or as a result of deceiving others into thinking they are more intelligent and competent than they believe themselves to be” 378 more words

Leadership

5 lies we believe that trap us in toxic relationships.

It’s interesting how many women I have met lately that are in unhappy relationships yet don’t seem to have the strength to leave because they are either justifying their partner’s mistreatment or believing different lies that they tell themselves. 864 more words

Advice

My journey, my patient’s journey

Here’s another blog by West Coast mental health nurse Teniah Howell. This blog is cross-posted with permission  from the Nurses Station blog “The Tea Room… 430 more words

5 things that have helped me adapt to new countries (Expat on the move)

The first months after moving to a new country are always a whirlwind for me. Between finding a new house, getting services installed, and settling the furniture in, I have little time to think about the huge life changes.  604 more words

Expat

Costly luxury

Malice* is a luxury human kind can no longer afford.

New times.

Thrive.

http://qualia4u.wordpress.com/2014/05/08/learn-2

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Five Steps to Break Down Your Wall, by Jonice Webb

The fuel of life is feeling. If we are not filled up in childhood, we must fill ourselves as adults. Otherwise we will find ourselves running on empty.  587 more words

Emotional Intelligence

5 Things Not To Say To Someone Struggling With Singleness

…all of which have been said to me in the past week.

Good thing I’m not struggling with singleness. I’d say it’s more reluctant acceptance, made more reluctant by the social incompetence of everyone surrounding me. 281 more words

Singleness