Posts Tagged as: self-sabotage

we can’t help what was done to us

We can’t help the things life has done to us. What we can help is how we choose to see ourselves and the world as a result of what has been done to us. Depending on what we choose to see, we can more deeply connect with our true selves. Your soul, your true self,…

a rarely talked about form of depression

There are two kinds of depression that are commonly talked about: biologically based depression and reactive depression. Biological depression gets passed down through genes and is best treated with a combination of medication and short-term therapy. If you think this fits for you, check your family history to see if depression slips in and out…

{gem of the present} on authentic change

Change. It’s a big, huge, important topic. Some folks love it; some rally against it. What works? What doesn’t? How can you lean into creating meaningful, long-lasting change—not the kinda change that lasts three and a half days? I’ve been fascinated by the psychology of change for most of my career, and now that I’m…

overcoming self-sabotage

Welcome back snowflake! (because you’re cool and unique) I’ve had loads of questions about self-sabotage recently. Today’s edition of Ask Gem answers the question, “how can I overcome self-sabotage?” I’d love to hear from you! Please post a comment below. Or if you have a question you’d like answered in the next episode of Ask Gem, send me an…

causes of self-sabotage

Today’s edition of Q & A Today answers the question, “what are the causes of self-sabotage?” Check out the video below for all the details on what can cause self-sabotage. I’d love to hear from you! Please post a comment below. Or if you have a question you’d like answered in the next episode of Q…

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