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Update

So I was driving home when I came upon a realization that I thought was journal worthy.I realized that I eagerly and desperately subconsciously search for The One. How every date I have gone on, every relationship, and every flirt I have given was all in search of her. Also how I passionately want to give my entire being to someone. Now, the relationships I have had I try to give 100% of me, but my heart will sometimes disagree and only give percentages of me, whether I like it or not. And then I feel guilt because the other person is giving all they can, and I am only giving out percentages Continue reading

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Making sence of forced "wisom"

(Another post that didn’t post.oh well,has bitten me again. I like it this time)I dont mean to sound like a cheeky bitch, but quite often repeated messages just send me around in circles and drive me up the wall.Il be told repeatidly “its reversed!” and often with phrases like this, i will find that my mental torettes just repeats it along with a cazzilion other messages to random people in the street.I can deal with that to an extent. I get it. My brain tells people what they want to hear. It matters not much to me, as im not a “player” as im latley told.Huzzah.But just as i either move on/firgure it out and/or let go, il be harrassed for another 3 days with phrases which pretty much mean the same thing a lot of the time Continue reading

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Notes on Fourth Session of 183rd General Conference

Fifth, if you count Priesthood session.Dieter F. Uchtdorf, Conducting; music, MoTabChoir: Come Ye Children of the Lord; Tell me the Stories of JesusJeffrey R. Holland, apostle:story of the boy with demons – “If thou canst believe, all things are possible to those who believe.” “Lord, I believe, help thou mine unbelief.”Alma, “Even if you can no more than desire to believe….”Speaking to young people – young in age, in membership, or in faith.1. When facing the challenge of faith, father asserts his strength first, then asks for help Continue reading

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Building your self-esteem: Get a little assertive | Martina McGowan

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!The basic difference between being assertive and being aggressiveis how our words and behavioraffect the rights and well being of others.Sharon Anthony BowerOver the course of any given day, you are faced with many opportunities to openly express yourself. Stating your preferences in simple and honest terms can help you build your self-esteem and help move you toward the life you seek. There are also additional benefits that come along with building your assertiveness skills and putting them into practice.Caution and DefinitionsBefore we press on, don’t confuse being assertive with a license to become an obnoxious and aggressive bully. So perhaps, a few definitions are in order.Aggressive:- characterized by or tending toward unprovoked offensives, attacks, invasions, or the like; militantly forward or menacing- making an all-out effort to win or succeed; competitiveAssertive:- confidently aggressive or self-assured; positive: aggressive; dogmatic: He is too assertive as a salesman.Benefits1 Continue reading

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Slow realizations

So, I am (surprise, surprise) extremely slow on the uptake at times.D recently mentioned the possibility of imposter’s syndrome. Now, I always knew that I had self-confidence issues, but I hardly ever thought about it, approaching it pragmatically in the “it’s not affecting my life” sort of way.Except it is. It is when I tell myself I can’t do a masters, that to even THINK of applying to an international court/tribunal is being idealistic and stupid, that I’m just not good enough, really, to even be where I am (it’s true though – it’s a bit luck of draw to be at a top university, especially when they don’t conduct interviews)So yes. Knowing is one thing.. Continue reading

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You need Self-confidence | Notes from NCWiseman

This is part 9 of 16 post seriesJoel Osteen preaches, “what ever you say after ‘I am’ is what you will be”“I am not going to get a job,” and it is likely you are correct “I am a professional {pick a title} and you are. “I’m having a lousy day,” and rest assured that your day will be lousy. Do I need to go on? (see www.ncwiseman.com/i-am to see more on this)Additionally, being negative will create barriers to success. Phrases like:I am afraid, and you will be I am aggravated, and you will be I am unwanted, and you will be I am scared, and you will be I am angry, and you will be I am annoyed, and you will be Self Confidence starts with believing in yourself, despite the stuff that others say Continue reading

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unluckymonkey @ 2012-07-25T16:11:00

unluckymonkey (unluckymonkey) wrote,2012-07-25 16:11:00 Previous Memorize Share Next things have been good bad and uglytrying to completely reform my lifeafter 13yrs of looking at it a certain wayI look at my hands and they’re hard working handsthe hands of a 38yr old at leastbut my heart is so much youngerand I’m doing my best to keep my body youngwho knows about my faceI don’t even know what I see in the mirrorsingle mom, just a momma, single woman, tattoo artisthairy legged who?dunno why but I feel unappealingI guess 6mo of being berated has taken its tollgoing out with a friend this Fri to hang out and just be meI’ll prolly dress up and try to feel hotwho knows how that will work…my self confidence is shot to hellshit shit shitthere are much more important things afootwhat a mess everything isPhotoHint http://pics.livejournal.com/igrick/pic/000r1edqInsert Continue reading

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Confidence and Self esteem, a reflection. | Normandy InSite

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5 things you didn’t know about body language:

5 things you didn’t know about body language:1) Men can tell if women are fertile by the way they walk and psychopaths can tell who is a good victim by their stride.2) You can learn to be more charismatic.3) Hand position can signal power or submissiveness.4) There are types of body language that are better when you’re trying to persuade someone.5) Sitting up straight can make you feel more powerful, act more powerfully, feel less pain and increase your self-confidence… unless you’re a woman.Follow me on Twitter here or get updates via email here. Continue reading

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Building Your Child's Confidence | All About Autism

Building Your Child’s ConfidencePosted onMay 15, 2012by all about autismLast week, we talked about the prevalence of bullying both in our school and online, and we discussed how we as parents can spot the signs of bullying.  Today, let’s talk about how to build your child’s self confidence and self-esteem. Positive Reinforcement!  Positive Reinforcement!  Positive Reinforcement!  What are your child’s strengths? What does he/she like doing?  Praise him/her at each opportunity.  Celebrate success! When your child tries something for the first time or works hard at a task, give them a hug, congratulate him/her or offer a favorite snack. Are there activities that you and your child enjoy but seldom get the chance to do? Take advantage of those “special” opportunities. Continue reading

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