Here are a few thoughts about being successful in going to therapy in this year:
Happy New Year! In this edition of Brandler Bits we examine the time honored tradition of New Year’s Resolutions. We identify why these resolutions do not work and lead to more frustration. We identify the strategies that will make your 2020 a successful year of change.
In this episode of Brandler Bits, we discuss how to deal with difficult people.
Learn about difficult people:
- Who they are?
- What you can do to handle them better?
- What you can learn about yourself from your interactions with them?
In this edition of “Brandler Bits”, learn all about the criteria that make up a 5 star relationship. Recommendations for how to improve your relationship are addressed as well.
In this edition of Brandler Bits we discuss the Promises of Change.
It is rather simple to make change, but much harder to keep change. In this episode we discover what are the ingredients that help us to maintain the changes we wish to make. In addition, we address how the “12 Promises” can be utilized for long term happiness and change.
In this edition of Brandler Bits, we address a very emotional topic, “It’s not fair”.
It is a topic that most people are familiar with. We struggle to understand how bad things can happen to others. We wrestle with our feelings when these things happen. We struggle to understand how to handle our feelings. We wonder how we will get through these situations. Today’s episode addresses all of these issues.
In the latest edition of Brandler Bits, we address the importance of going on vacations. It is a necessity for self care to unplug from the world and focus on things that are not in our daily routines. Vacations are opportunities to connect and explore. Listen to learn more:
On this edition of Brandler’s Bits we focus on how people use “quick fix band aids”
to try and solve problems that need to be solved from the inside, not the outside.
Learn strategies to have a better SELF.
The latest edition of Brandler Bits addresses the topic of control:
- what we have control over
- what we have no control over
- what we can influence
- how to change
In this episode of “Brandler Bits“, we discuss how the fear of making changes gives us comfort and familiarity, but keeps us stuck.
Learn some strategies that can help you use facts instead of fears.