How To Use ACT For Achieving Value-Driven Goals

The aim of ACT exercises is to: – Stop avoiding, denying and struggling with inner emotions and uncomfortable thoughts, but instead expect them to return and accept them as appropriate responses to certain, often unavoidable, situations. – Make necessary changes and keep moving towards what is important and enriching in our lives regardless of unavoidable […]

More About How Parenting Affects How We Relate As Adults

Secure relationship patterns and the ability to take care of and calm one’s emotions are interconnected. The foundation of this connection is made based on childhood experiences with trusted ones, foremost our caretakers, especially our parents. As been mentioned in earlier posts, we humans develop expectations of to what degree we can depend on and […]

More About The Personality Trait Openness To Experience

Last weeks’ posts have been about the five basic dimensions of personality, often referred to as the Big 5 personality traits that serve as the building blocks of personality. These 5 personality dimensions can help us learn more about ourselves and help us decide where to focus our energy and attention, both when it comes […]

The Final Questions To Ask In The ACT Exercise To Overcome Fears & Make Lasting Changes

The aim of ACT exercises is: -To stop avoiding, denying and struggling with inner emotions and uncomfortable thoughts, but instead expect them to return and accept them as appropriate responses to certain, often unavoidable, situations. -To make necessary changes and keep moving towards what is important and enriching in our lives regardless of unavoidable accidents, […]