Monthly Archives: January 2012

7 Ways to Let Go | World of Psychology

You may be grieving the death of a loved one, or the end of a friendship you had hoped would be more, or merely the realization that your father will never be able to give you what you need from that relationship. It seems as though every moment of this life is about letting go, of something or someone that is renting far too much space in our heads.

1) Live in the present
2) Trust the process
3) Expect regression
4) Lose control
5) Make room
6) Break up the pain
7) Identify false belief

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The Year in Gratitude: Introducing the Virtual Gratitude Visit | World of Psychology

The research on gratitude keeps demonstrating how powerful a positive intervention of having gratitude in our lives can be.  To acknowledge someone for being in your life is one of the most dynamic ways to increase your well-being and the well-being of others.  This exercise works best if you write it down, and even better if you can deliver a letter of gratitude to the person involved.  Here