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Relationship Games: The Drama Triangle

Relationship Games: The Drama Triangle

Drama triangle is an example of the game we might play with others. Understanding common, unhealthy relationship dynamics by using transactional analysis will support us in forming conscious and drama-free relations.

How to Stop Procrastinating: Cognitive Behavioural Coaching

How to Stop Procrastinating: Cognitive Behavioural Coaching

Accordingly to the CBC theory, in order to change our behaviour (in this case, procrastination), we need to change the way we think (in this case, what we think about the target task and about our experience of it).

How to Use Metacognition [Video]

How to Use Metacognition [Video]

Metacognition - thinking about thinking

Language of Responsibility & Authentic Self-Expression [Video]

Language of Responsibility & Authentic Self-Expression [Video]

Language of responsibility allows us to say what we mean, and mean what we say.

The Art of Not Doing

The Art of Not Doing

The benefits of “not doing” will be the most prominent if you time it right – too much of “not doing” might put you in a state of stagnation, and too much “doing” might burn you out and even confuse you.

The Games Your Inner Critic Wants You to Play [Video]

The Games Your Inner Critic Wants You to Play [Video]

The Transitional Phase of Self Transformation [Video]

The Transitional Phase of Self Transformation [Video]

What brings self transformation and how to move through transitional phase leading to self transformation.

How Personal Philosophy Shapes Our Development

How Personal Philosophy Shapes Our Development

Developing our personal philosophy is a very dynamic process – we shift our beliefs and values as we learn and gain new experiences, and we improve and change anything that's not working anymore.