Even when your partner has made a mistake, it will be better for your relationship to approach it with an attitude of cooperative problem-solving instead of shame. It isn't always easy to avoid acting out of anger in these moments, but it is a skill we can practice. aliveinthemoment.com
If you're trying to make the next step in your career, getting coached for better organizational skills can help you achieve it. You may even gain a clearer idea of where you're trying to go. aliveinthemoment.com
When our partner has done something that upsets us, it's important to ask them why. Assuming that it was done in malice could make a problem much worse, as can covering up when we're upset. aliveinthemoment.com
When you dread doing something, self-compassion is often better for your motivation than berating yourself. That doesn't mean you're giving yourself permission to not try, it just means you're allowing yourself to acknowledge when something's hard. aliveinthemoment.com
Different people respond differently to various kinds of addiction treatment and the substances people become addicted to have very different effects. Since drugs impact both the mind and body, counseling and medication are often both helpful.
If your partner is fearful of connection because of things that have happened to them in the past, that's not a problem you can fix for them. But you can help them to change by building up your own communication skills. aliveinthemoment.com