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So What is Stress All About?

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So What is Stress All About?

Introduction to Stress and Coping Back to the Basics It has been a few years since my very first post on stress was published in this blog. Since then I’ve taken you through my multi-level defense system against stress and introduced you to a new way of looking at stress and coping. these are stressful times Now it is time to go back to the beginning and flesh out the principles and practices I’ve been discussing in this blog. You have the advantage of being able to refer to my original articles on stress if you choose. In one of my more recent columns Stress Refresher for 2017,...

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How Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching differs from ACT

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How Acceptance and Commitment (AC) Coaching differs from ACT

Maximize Your Coaching Effectiveness In this post I’ll talk about how Acceptance and Commitment (AC) coaching differs from ACT.  Acceptance and Commitment ( AC) Coaching and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) are similar but different Acceptance and Commitment Coaching takes the principles and practices of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy  and adapts them to fit the needs of coaches working in a variety of settings. The word therapy may have already sent up a red flag in your mind, but fear not, you can use the principles and practices drawn from ACT to help your coaching clients...

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Attachment is The Root of Suffering

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Attachment is The Root of Suffering

“Attachment is The Root of Suffering ” is a commonly cited quote from the Buddha. When  the Buddha used attachment multiple times in the same composition he often substituted the word acquisition in its place.     Becoming attached the things we acquire is pretty easy to understand, especially in our materialistic culture. We often become attached to acquisitions like our money, houses, cars, degrees, titles,  etc.  Not only do we become attached to these material things, we judge our possessions against societal standards for money, houses, etc. It is easy to get...

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