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Stop Letting Other People's Opinions Control You
Dr. Ashlee Greer
Transformational life and business alchemist and soul liberator
Your path is unique and different and special. Just like you! So checking in with your intuitive knowledge about who you are and what you really desire is essential to let go of others opinions. Because then you'll always have a connection with your truth!
It's Time to Make Comparison a Thing of the Past
Life coach, professional speaker, author and Gen Y expert
My favorite part of speaking to women is feeling the phenomenal energy that is created when we come together.
A Mindful Look At Gratitude
Professor of Psychology, Harvard University
When we are grateful that we are better off then someone else, we are setting ourselves up for future misery should their problem become ours.
The Number One Mistake Even Good Moms Make
Mother of four, fitness instructor and author. www.ComparedtoW...
We don't have to be perfect moms. There's no such thing. And, ironically, even if there was, I don't think we'd like being her as much as we think we would. No one actually
a perfect woman, anyway.
When Lacking a Partner Turns Your White Christmas Blue: How to Celebrate Instead of Hibernate
Author, Actress, Fairytale dreamer. Her debut memoir will help...
The pain of not having a significant other over the holidays can feel like a deep purple bruise. The pain of a breakup can feel like a gaping wound you're trying to close with a Band-Aid.
The Case For Taking A Facebook Break
Certified Transformative Coach
We are, of course, social creatures. We need other people. When our social nature expresses itself virtually, we have the option of controlling exactly what we look like and what words we use. We have the ability to create a self-advertisement that sells us well.
Wife, Mother, Runner, Writer at MyFitFamily
We see people's highlight reels and think they have it easy. The mom who lost 50+ pounds and looks amazing; it had to be easy. The mom who seems to have it all together, who has been told,
parenting just comes naturally to you.
The business owner who seems to have it all.
3 Steps To Make Jealousy Work To Your Advantage
Speaker. Business and Abundance Coach. Patagonia Surf Ambassad...
Do you feel jealous of someone else's career success? We are all human. We all have emotions that control us from time to time, and sometimes one of those emotions is a big ball of jealousy!
Prague vs. Amsterdam (PHOTOS)
Journalist and photographer in the Czech Republic
After living in Prague my whole life and visiting Amsterdam for over a week I made a few interesting comparisons when it comes to cleanliness, transportation and alcohol.
Are You Stuck in This Trap?
Freelance writer and awesomeness inspirer.
If reading women's magazines always makes you feel like you have to go on a diet, take a break from them. If a particular person's Facebook feed is making you feel out of shape and depressed, unfriend them or stop reading their stuff.
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
5 Ways to Overcome Overachievement Disorder
Amanda Smear Baudier
Yoga Teacher & Founder of www.thesocialsutras.com
We all have a unique purpose to unfold in this lifetime and the sooner we stop trying to one up one another, the sooner we'll find the path to that which will truly bring us joy.
Is Envy Controlling Your Life?
Author of A Cate Harlow Private Investigation series
Being satisfied with what you have now does not make you complacent and "stuck" with what you have in your current life. Let that little spark of envy work for you not against you. Let it energize, not exhaust you. Look around and make needed or wanted changes to your life.
Feel Like You'll Never Be As Good As That Person?
Emmy Award-winning media entrepreneur & creator of SheTakesOnT...
Ever fixate on someone else's success to the point that you think they shine the "brightest," just like the North Star? (But guess what? The North Star isn't the brightest star in the sky, not even close!) Their "star" doesn't shine any brighter than yours!
Beware: To Compare May Lead to Despair
Psychotherapist and Author
How To Get Over Facebook Envy
Lisa Earle McLeod
Creator of Noble Purpose in business concept
Humans are called the "comparing creatures." Comparing ourselves to others is how we make sense of life. Comparisons can inspire us to grow and change. Comparisons can also provide helpful examples of what we don't want to be. But comparisons without context don't tell the full story.
Lindsay Henry: The Moment I Knew I Had to Put My Phone Down
Snap, snap, snap. Head goes back down towards the phone. I see the girls on their phones, my own eyes locked on the edit button of my screen. Suddenly, it hits me. I am
this. And so are these girls.
are missing this.
The Important Connection That Will Help You Stop Comparing Yourself To Others
Elizabeth is a professional marketing coach for people who cra...
The good news is, it's actually not that hard: once you connect to your center, there is literally no room for comparison. It doesn't exist. All there is is you and your truth. In fact, you are your truth. And that's a pretty amazing way to live.
The Thing I Do Regularly That You're 'Not Supposed to Do'
No matter how small or little your progress is, you absolutely must acknowledge all of it. Celebrating the little wins, accomplishments, shifts and gains is so important to building a life you love.
The Game I Want to Quit
Author of "Open Boxes: the gifts of living a full and connecte...
I want to enjoy swimming with my kids and proudly display photos of our family at the beach without worrying about whether I look three-months pregnant or if other people will notice my cellulite-covered thighs.
Who Said You Should Never Compare Children?
Howard J. Bennett, M.D.
Pediatrician, Author, Clinical Professor, George Washington Un...
Not only do we compare our children to each other, but we also compare them to other people's children. Why? Because it's impossible not to.
The Discovery of Meaning and the Search for Purpose
Student, Duke University
We all have our ups and downs, make mistakes, and have regrets, but rather than succumbing to unnecessary comparisons and self-absorption, we ought to realize that our unique differences serve to further the discovery of our purpose, whether we know it or not.
The Danger In Comparing Yourself To Others
Grown And Flown
Authors, Goldman Sachs: The Culture of Success
I am over 50 and I should know better. I should know that life isn't always what it seems, that everyone is just doing their best and that perfect is a dangerous fantasy. But somehow, deep, deep into adulthood, I still hold on to childish dreams.
Compare and Despair
Freelance writer, storytelling marketer, and life examiner
How do you take off the "lack glasses" that are keeping you from the abundance of your own life? Keep the focus on you and practice gratitude. It's not about going into a comparison and being grateful because what you have is better than what the other person has.
One Key To Happiness: Story-Busting
Psychotherapist and Author
When we acknowledge that everyone experiences pain, that every person struggles with difficult issues, and that most everyone is making up stories too, we can let go of comparing and contrasting and simply see us as all in this together.
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