In Part One, I shared how you know how badly they need control to impact our lives. So, it should be no surprise that there is much to gain from giving it up.
Feeling the need to be in control is a natural human emotion. We all inherently need control over our lives, and we feel safe when we know what is going on. However, it’s essential to realize that we can never control absolutely everything in our life. Trying to do so will lead to many negative emotions. WhenContinue reading “FIXING the need to be in control PART 1”
By observing and listening to the patient / client with an open mind, we can better understand and treat mental health issues.
People ask me how do they learn mindfulness this video answers some of that question.
Author of over 200 articles and two published books, Paula Rose, continues to write on the wellness of mind, body and spirit.
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