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Emotional Health Menu

Emotional health is about how we think and feel, especially as we cope with life events. It is not about being happy always, but about being aware and accepting our range of emotions and how we choose the act on them.

Our menu of Thrive Skills are designed to address various areas of your life that may be dragging you down. Our unique menu empowers you to gain deeper insight into yourself, create a shift in perspective and move into acceptance and action with comfort and ease.

Each module is designed to be completed in 1 hour, just like a typical therapy session. Take this time out for yourself, once a week, and you will experience the difference in just 4 weeks.


Resilience 3 - Communication & Conflict resolution

Effective communication is just not about what we speak, it's about how we listen, and whether the intended message has actually landed on the other. Where there are 2 or more people, there are bound to be differences and conflicts. It's a part of everyday life. What is your default conflict management style? Did you know that effective communication can improve your conflict resolutions?


Relationships 3 - Impact of Choices

We're introducing you to a concept called Divorceless Relationships. This is not about marriage; but about every relationship in our life. It helps us understand how we divorce parts of ourself to make a relationship work, by the choices we make. It also helps us learn how to stop divorcing parts of ourself to make the relationship work. All this, while actually strenghtening the relationship itself. The motivation framework gives us clarity on whats important to us. It helps us understand whats negotiable, and whats not. This information itself can be a game changer when we are negotiating choices with people in your life. It can tell us directly which battles to pick, and which to let go.


Resilience 4 - Asking for help

We set unrealistic standards for ourselves, and reduce the chances of success. Perfectionism is one of the contributors for this. There are two types of perfectionists. Healthy perfectionists challenge themselves with high standards and they constantly learn from their mistakes to improve and grow. Unhealthy perfectionists, take unrealistic goals, struggle to finish them, or avoid the activity completely.
It is then logical that perfectionists don't ask for help. Its makes them feel small and incompetent.


Social Relationships 1 - Importance in Relationships

While there is a common misnomer that Empathy doesn't belong at work. Research shows Empathetic leadership is the key to a healthy, happy, innovative, productive, and sustainable business.

In more simple terms, if our colleagues understood us better, we would look forward to coming to work and spending time with them. If our Boss related to us in a manner that he understood us, we would want to share more, work together, work through challenges and be open to sharing better ideas or ways of working on a project. Work would be where we are safe and comfortable bringing our best selves to!


Social Relationships 2 - Common mistakes and how to improve

We all have the best of intention when it comes to empathy, just that everyone's definition of what empathy means seems to be different. Sympathy comes easily enough, but when it comes to building relationships sympathy alienates, whereas empathy strengthens bonds. Discover the common mistakes that people make, reflect on your own, and learn how to get it right! Once you've mastered this life hack, nothing will ever be the same again.


Resilience 1 - Why is this important?

Being resilient does not mean a person doesn't experience stress, emotional upheaval, and suffering. Resilience involves the ability to work through emotional pain and suffering. Resilience is important because it's needed to process and overcome hardship. Those lacking resilience get easily overwhelmed, and may turn to unhealthy coping mechanisms. Resilient people tap into their strengths and support systems to overcome challenges and work through problems

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