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Building your core values & beliefs - who are you really. Self discovery & definition. Building positive characteristics. Here are five potential "Strengths" or "Resilience" characteristics: Strategic, Ideation, Positivity, Communication, and Woo. (From the business world, but a good base to build your own)

Building your core values & beliefs - who are you really. Self discovery & definition. Building positive characteristics. Here are five potential "Strengths" or "Resilience" characteristics: Strategic, Ideation, Positivity, Communication, and Woo. (From the business world, but a good base to build your own)

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from Bipolar Bandit

25 Mental Health Quotes that Inspire (#5)

This is a quote from Linda Paindexter, I thought it really nice way of describing the way we should look at mental health and your disorder, Amanda. Remember this when you feel bad about yourself or others do something to make you feel bad about your disorder. Most people are misinformed about psychosis and many other things when it comes to mental health disorders. You are a strong person Amanda, look at this whenever you feel otherwise.

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from Twitter

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#MentalHealth #Depression #Recovery pic.twitter.com/J1Gz6jxWqC

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Personality Swirls: Getting to Know You Activity by a faithful attempt

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NOISE Analysis, an alternative to SWOT. Strategic Planning #albertobokos

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You are amazing! Your experiences make you stronger, confident and learn who you are! Embrace who you are and allow yourself to be happy! <3

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from Kiddie Matters

Self-Esteem Building Activities for Kids

Valentine;s Day is a great time to encourage kids to love themselves. These self- esteem building activities are great for teaching kids the importance of self-love.

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Using the DiSC Profile: 5 Interview Tips Using the DiSC Profile. When you're ready to start interviewing, you should have a good grasp of your strengths and weaknesses among other things. The DiSC profile helps you learn that and also develop better interview answers.

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How a child plays shows their strengths and abilities in creativity and social skills. It encourages them to think for themselves, and to be their own person. One can learn a lot from watching a child play.

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This is a great tool to take a snapshot of a person’s life at a point in time. It keeps challenges in perspective and assists a person to identify their strengths. For social work students and social work practitioners, this is a great intervention to acknowledge the good in you and to reassess your own growth, value, and mindset at this present moment.

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