Category Archives: A-Z Links Directories

Healing Your Core Issues A-Z Link Directory

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5 Specific Tasks to Help You Overcome Abandonment Issues

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Change Core Beliefs from Limiting to Empowering

Changing Core Beliefs

Changing Core Beliefs

Changing Core Beliefs, Emotional Reactions and Behaviors

Core Beliefs: Our Personal Fiction

Core Beliefs & Values of the Transformational Community

Core Issues of Human Nature

Core Values and Beliefs

10 Core Breakup Boundaries That Every Person Should Live By

12 Core Boundaries to Live By in Life, Dating, & Relationships

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Fear of Intimacy–The Wounded Heart of Codependency

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How to Heal Your Abandonment Issues

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How to Identify Core Beliefs

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Letting Go–Releasing Things That Are Blocking Your Path to Happiness

List of Core Belief Issues

List of Typical Negative Core Beliefs

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Personal Core Values and Positive Beliefs

The Power of Setting Personal Goals

 

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Transform Fear Through Core Issue Work

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Uncover My Core Beliefs Quiz

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You Tube Videos About Addiction, Recovery, and Core Issues

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A-Z List of Healing Quotations (A-C)

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Your agenda-

“No matter what you do, where you do it, or with whom, at the most fundamental level you are always trying to fulfill your agenda, to meet the needs and expectations it contains—and so are all the people around you.” Martin Potash

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Be who you really are-

“Often people attempt to live their lives backwards; they try to have more things or more money, in order to do more of what they want, so they will be happier. The way it actually works is the reverse. You must first be who you really are, then do what you need to do, in order to have what you want.” Margaret Young

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Opening to change-

“You’re the only one who knows when you’re using things to protect yourself and keep your ego together and when you’re opening and letting things fall apart, letting the world come as it is – working with it rather than struggling against it. You’re the only one who knows.”
Pema Chodron

Change-

“Change occurs when you become what you are, not when you try to become what you are not…change seems to happen when you have abandoned the chase after what you want to be (or think you should be) and have accepted–and fully experienced-what you are.”
Janette Rainwater

Quotation I use for Changemaker-

“It is the courage to be open and loving which is the manifestation of underlying strength and power. And it is only in embracing the possibility that you have a Higher Self that knows how to love, that knows truth within, that is truly powerful, that you can begin to face and dismantle the false beliefs of the protected self, the ego. You can’t begin to look at these and deal with them if you don’t believe there’s anything else. You can never move into the feeling of personal power until you recognize truly that there’s a peaceful place within you that is already there, that doesn’t have to be fixed.”
Jordan and Margaret Paul

Child cruelty-

“The greatest cruelty that can be inflicted on children is to refuse to let them express their anger and suffering except at the risk of losing their parents’ love and affection.” Alice Miller

Childhood as a gift-

“It requires a tremendous leap of faith to imagine that your own childhood—punctuated with pain, loss, and hurt- -may, in fact, be a gift. Certainly the unhappiness you felt was not, in itself, a blessing; but in response to that pain, you learned to cultivate a powerful intuition, a heightened sensitivity, and a passionate devotion to healing and love that burns deep within you—and there are gifts that may be recognized, honored, and cultivated. You are not broken; childhood suffering is not a mortal wound.” Wayne Muller

Codependents-

“When two codependents enter a relationship, they often overtly or covertly try to manipulate the partner to provide the love and approval needed to fill what John Bradshaw calls the “hole in the soul”. Both partners attach themselves to the other for a sense of completeness, a strategy that stunts personal growth and development. By surrendering responsibility for our happiness to other people, we create power struggles, arguments, and ultimately broken promises, expectations, and hearts. We can break out of the codependent trap….by working through the pain of our unmet childhood needs and by cultivating an inner life.” Ronald S. Miller

A Cure-

“The closest thing to a cure for most forms of serious psychological suffering is a permanent change in the way one conducts one’s life–and the changes in feeling and self-concept that occur as part of that process.” Tom Rusk

Improving Our Life A-Z Links Directory

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Are You Asleep–or Are You Alive?

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Blessings From a Bird

10 Realizations that Will Crush Your Little Heart in Your First Year of Blogging

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Doing the Math on Paying Cash for Cars

Chasing Returns

10 Tips to Beat Clutter…in Less Than 5 Minutes

The Truth About Compatibility

The Great Giveway (Christmas)

The Case Against Buying Christmas Presents

How to Enchant Your Customer

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Are You an Emotional Packrat?

Why the Best Entrepreneurs are Closet Pessimists

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The Grace of God in Our Circumstances

Will Your Site Survive the Google Shrink Ray?

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Day 36: All Habits Are Impossible to Break if You Do This

When it’s time to stop healing and bust outta purgatory

Help Girls Move From Gangs to Restaurants in L.A.

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Improved Customer Experience Proves a Worthy Investment

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The Top Jobs for 2011

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7 things I know about active letting go

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Managing: Unleashing Employee Creativity

Mind Mapping in a Connected World

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How a Personality Test Designed to Pick Astronauts is Taking the Pain Out of Customer Service

Positive Attitude

2010 Predictions (ReadWriteWeb)

The Key to Breaking Procrastinations Back

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The Road Not Taken

The one who isn’t easily replaced

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Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Early?

What Stops Us From Practicing Soulful Work?

List of social skills a solid career requires

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The Best of 2010: 100 Inspired Travel Blogs

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The Ultimate Web Cash Flowchart

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Walking May Cut Alzheimer’s Risk

The Current State of Web Design: Trends 2010

7 Surprising Secrets of Successful Weight Loss

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You Are So Stupid

200 Years in 4 Minutes

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