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Relationships between mild traumatic brain injury sustained in combat and post-traumatic stress disorder

pillow talk challenge, chat with your kids on bedtime - this would be great journaling prompts for parent/child journals too!

30 Day Pillow Talk Challenge

pillow talk challenge, chat with your kids on bedtime - this would be great journaling prompts for parent/child journals too!

DISC: A useful model for a) understanding your own behavior (not personality) and b) adjusting your behavior to the preferences of another person. I use this frequently in coaching and training to match the behavioral preference of my clients. This graphic gives a detailed description of the POSSIBLE manifestations of each DISC behavior.

A useful model for a) understanding your own behavior (not personality) and b) adjusting your behavior to the preferences of another person. This graphic gives a detailed description of the POSSIBLE pro con manifestations of each DISC behavior.

Cycle of Acceptance                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Health Situations and Outcomes: a cycle of acceptance. With disability CEU PROJECT: going through the cycles of acceptance and their relationship to how we manage that loss

ARTICLE & TOOL: 12 Awesome Ways to Use The Wheel of Life in Your Coaching Practice http://www.thecoachingtoolscompany.com/coaching-tools-101-12-awesome-new-ways-to-use-the-wheel-of-life-in-your-coaching-practice/

12 Awesome New Ways To Use The Wheel of Life Tool in Your Coaching Practice - Coaching Tools 101

The "Wheel of Life" is a powerful coaching tool - and can be used in many different ways! In fact it may just be the best and most flexible coaching tool i

I like this model for what a well balanced life looks like, although for each individual person, this may have to be tweaked just a bit, but the idea is still the same. Some things that I, and Abraham Maslow believe are good to include in a well balanced life (I sound like a Kellogg's Commercial!), are: art, positive emotions, a career, education, relationships, money, health, happiness/fun, public service, travel, etc.

Physical, spiritual, lifestyle, mental/emotional and people support - the goal of self-care is to feel vital and balanced [free from depression and anxiety

Change a Habit in Three Steps with This Flowchart. Actually four.  If you are not really serious with your goal(not really motivated)  you will not succeed  You must be ready to handle procrastination, excuses, blaming, the usual stuff..

Change a Habit in Three Steps with This Flowchart

Psychology infographic & Advice Change a Habit in Three Steps with This Flowchart. If you are no. Image Description Change a Habit in Thre

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