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Letting go and accepting what you cannot control is hard but worth it. Try radical acceptance everyday. It will become easier the more you consciously try and work on it.

Letting go and accepting what you cannot control is hard but worth it. Try radical acceptance everyday. It will become easier the more you consciously try and work on it.

What to do when things don't go your way

Good ideas for life in general but also great points for dealing with work-related challenges. Personal Excellence Manifesto by Celes

I learned (and subsequently forgot) the way to live in the moment, but this reminded me.

I learned (and subsequently forgot) the way to live in the moment, but this reminded me.

"A moment of radical acceptance is a moment of genuine freedom." ~Tara Brach  When you truly don't care what any one thinks of you you've reached a dangerously awesome level of freedom. #FreedomFriday _________________________  Get #ProjectHappiness tips and inspiration sent directly to your inbox for FREE! Sign up link in bio above

"A moment of radical acceptance is a moment of genuine freedom." ~Tara Brach When you truly don't care what any one thinks of you you've…

Are You an Overthinker? - Sharon Martin Counseling & Personal Growth | Overthinking is common among anxious, perfectionists. It is obsessive thinking or ruminating.  People who overthink feel like their brains won’t turn off. They are constantly questioning, second guessing, evaluating. So much so that they create “analysis paralysis”, or the inability to make decisions.

Are You an Overthinker

Are You an Overthinker? - Sharon Martin Counseling & Personal Growth Overthinking is common among anxious, perfectionists. It is obsessive thinking or ruminating. People who overthink feel like their brains won’t turn off.

- from Tara Brach's first book Radical Acceptance

True for grief as well. No way to avoid or go around it. Avoiding the pain is delaying. -from Tara Brach's first book Radical Acceptance

When we feel fear (about ourselves or otherwise) and we run from the fear, it only allows the fear to grow bigger. Using the DBT "opposite action" skill can help us face our fears and let go of that fear.     -from Tara Brach's first book, Radical Acceptance

When we feel fear (about ourselves or otherwise) and we run from the fear, it only allows the fear to grow bigger. Using the DBT "opposite action" skill can help us face our fears and let go of that fear. -from Tara Brach's first book, Radical Acceptance

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