Self Destructive Behavior In Relationships What we do in a relationship really matters. Watch this video as Paul Jenkins tackles the 4 things that are self-destructive behaviors within a relationship. 1. Criticism 2. Negativity 3. Selfishness 4. Disrespect
Anger is a natural feeling and it's usually preceded by sadness, disappointment, loss and whatnot but most of the time, it derails us. We will always have people that will hurt us, it's up to you to create your hero story.
The Three Things To Choose Hate: 1. Assume the worst 2. Practice pride (You know you are right!) 3. Think to destroy (retaliate, hurt, maim, gossip, and lie) To Choose Love: 1. Assume the best (even if you are wrong, you are still in a better place) 2. Practice humility 3. Think to create (build, edify, elevate)
When looking through tinted lenses, is reality altered, or is it our perception that has changed? Our personal experience and choices tint our vision and perspective. Are you seeing things for what they really are, or how you are? Recognize that you have the ability and power to choose out of noxious negativity. #ThePowerOfPerception #ThePowerOfChoice #HowDarkAreYourLenses #ChoosePositivity #OutWithNoxiousNegativity
This might surprise you. Dr. Paul shares a list of the things we should never say to our children: 1. Great job 2. Practice makes perfect 3. You're okay 4. Hurry up 5. I'm on a diet 6. We can't afford that 7. Don't talk to strangers 8. Be careful 9. No dessert unless you finish your dinner 10. Let me help you Here's the original article: By Michelle Crouch from Parents Magazine: https://www.parents.com/parenting/better-parenting/advice/10-things-you-should-never-say-to-your-k
Don't stop yourself from living an enriching life. Let's break our mindsets of what we should be and start to overcome fear and self doubt. This is Dr. Paul Jenkins and Tiffany Peterson helping us conquer.
How would you want another to handle your fault, your failure, your mistake? Patience and love are exercises. Do you create only temporary relationships that fall apart with a little bump, or relationships that will endure fire and hardship. Love is a choice. Love those around you, especially those closest to you, your spouse, your child, your friend. Love them. No matter what, and even if.
Every time you see one of these, let it be a reminder to put a STOP to those negative words and thoughts! ~ STOP lying to yourself, you ARE actually amazing! ~ STOP being afraid to make a mistake ~ STOP labeling others and things with negativity ~ STOP blaming others for your troubles ~ STOP worrying so much ~ STOP being ungrateful ~ STOP being unkind ~ STOP holding back your light and love Remember this acronym: S - STOP T - TURN O - ON P - POWER