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Wholehearted Living Guidepost 10: Cultivating Laugher, Song, and Dance

Wholehearted Living Guidepost 10: Cultivating Laugher, Song, and Dance

It’s hard to believe that this is the last post of our wholehearted series. For those of you who are just tuning in, we have been covering Brene Brown’s 10 guideposts for wholehearted living. In setting the premise for this series, we had discussed the development of secure attachments in our relationships, and how learning to live a wholehearted life can […] Read more…

Wholehearted Living Guidepost 9: Cultivating Meaningful Work

Wholehearted Living Guidepost 9: Cultivating Meaningful Work

Many of us go through life making all of the “right” moves and decisions. We get good grades in high school and pick a promising field in university, which we hope will result in a job that pays well. We get out on the other end, have met all of our goals but are still […] Read more…

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Wholehearted Living Guidepost 7: Cultivating Rest and Play

Happy New Year everyone! I hope that you had some great time off with family and friends. As we get back into the swing of work and plug away at our New Years resolutions, we are going to discuss a counterintuitive topic: Rest and Play. Incase you are just tuning in, we have been covering […] Read more…

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Wholehearted Living Guidepost 5: Cultivating Intuition and Trusting Faith

We have been covering Brene Brown’s guideposts for wholehearted living, and this week brings us half way to the fifth guidepost. In setting the premise for this series, we had discussed the development of secure attachments in our relationships, and how learning to live a wholehearted life can lead us towards security, connection, and intimacy. This week we are focusing […] Read more…

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Wholehearted Living Guidepost 4: Cultivating Gratitude and Joy

Over the past couple of weeks, we have been covering Brene Brown’s guideposts for wholehearted living. In setting the premise for this series, we had discussed the development of secure attachments in our relationships, and how learning to live a wholehearted life can help lead us towards security, connection, and intimacy. This week we are focusing […] Read more…

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Wholehearted Living Guidepost 3: Cultivating a Resilient Spirit

Over the past couple of weeks we have been covering Brene Brown’s guideposts for wholehearted living. In setting the premise for this series, we had discussed the development of secure attachments in our relationships, and how learning to live a wholehearted life can help lead us towards security, connection, and intimacy. This week we are […] Read more…

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Wholehearted Living Guidepost 2: Cultivating Self-Compassion

Last week we covered “Wholehearted Living Guidepost 1: Cultivating Authenticity”, which talked about how living an authentic life can have a huge impact on our relationships and overall wellbeing. As previously mentioned, Brene Brown (a psychological researcher that I have tremendous respect and admiration for) outlines 10 Guideposts to wholehearted living, of which we are […] Read more…

cultivating authenticity

Wholehearted Living Guidepost 1: Cultivating Authenticity

Hello everyone, Last week we covered “The Secure Attachment Style and Wholehearted Living”, and how living a wholehearted life can have an immense impact on our relationships. As previously mentioned last week, Brene Brown (a psychological researcher that I have tremendous respect and admiration for) outlines 10 Guideposts to wholehearted living, of which we are […] Read more…

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The Secure Attachment Style and Wholehearted Living

Last week we discussed the fourth and final attachment style; the secure attachment style. You can catch up and read about the four attachment styles to gain a better understanding of which best resonates with you: Attachment styles. Over the years I have become familiar with attachment styles and the ever-expanding psychological literature surrounding them. […] Read more…