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The nucleus of a habit consists of three parts.

  1. It begins with a Cue — the trigger (a time of day, a certain place, the presence of certain people, a particular emotion) sending a message to your brain to switch on the automatic mode.

  2. Next is the Routine  — the habit or behavior itself, which can be psychological, emotional, or physical.

  3. Last is the Reward — what tells the brain to reinforce this process in the future, the next time the cue is triggered.


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The Power of Habit”.




Boost your mental health, reduce stress and take control of your emotions w/ these helpful tips.

Angry, Upset or Jealous?When defensive or reactive, stop and think "why am I getting upset?" Being cruel will perpetuate the issue, so instead, be vulnerable. Being gentle and vulerable is a true sign of strength and opens the door to solutions.

- School of Life

Emotional AwarenessBe as emotionally aware as a young child. (children sense emotion much quicker than adults)

Emotional HealingCome to terms with truth. Find forgiveness. Enjoy self-love.

Thoughtful Healing:
Reflect on how you felt during an unfortunate truth for 2-5 minutes. Relive the the feelings and focus on how you and others felt. Now, focus on forgiveness for 2-5 minutes - recognizing that we all have different histories, upbringings and faults - we're human. Find the piece in knowing your making strides in building character and developing self-love.
- "The Code of the Extraordinary Mind", by Vishen Lakhiani

Ego Is The Enemy You are not your mind or body. You are not your achievements or failures. What you are is a force of life. You are here and then you are gone. So be be kind, gentle and forever greatful.

Bad Feelings Bad feelings are fine. It's accepting these feelings that allows us to take the first step towards equilibrium. Accepting bad feelings allows you to move on, make appropriate changes and bear the pain like the force of nature you are.

Failure Your ability to deal w/ failure will determine how much you get to deal w/ success.
- Dan Kennedy