How to Close Vicious Cycles: The Three Phases Rule

The rule of Three Phases helps you live in the present. How many times do we fall into the same traps, and each time we promise not to fall again? For example, all those times we say “I always choose the wrong boyfriend!”, or in the office “I always make this mistake with colleagues, or the boss”, or “The discussion with my husband always ends the same way”. It is as if we deliberately choose to hurt ourselves, knowing full well how it will end. And yet, it is more potent than us: we are trapped in a mental loop[…]

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Five Tips To Become A Successful Mompreneur

Mompreneurs Are Made, Not Born Mompreneur is a French word that indicates the mothers in business, women who create small and large entrepreneurial projects, to achieve a better balance between private life and professional activity. Mompreneur is a term used mainly in Europe, but it is rapidly spreading everywhere. In the United States, where this phenomenon was born, the term “mom power” is also used, which gives a good idea of our secret weapon: our massive inner energy. A profound and powerful life-force that must, first of all, be (re)discovered, and then used not only for self-improvement and spiritual enrichment[…]

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The pandemic is changing working motherhood

Confession of a working mom “Every day since my children were born, I waver between the desire to be a lawyer working on multiple lawsuits in a reputable law firm and the desire to stay at home, relax on the carpet surrounded by Legos and pirate boats and watch cartoons with my children. Then, the pandemic hits me hard, and I can’t even make choices anymore”. How much does this story resonate with you? Every woman must be able to choose freely between three options: the first is to work and not be a mother without being judged or accused;[…]

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COVID-19: Catastrophe for Working Moms?

The COVID-19 crisis hits women harder. The United Nations has recently warned us against the risk that the Covid-19 will wipe out the (limited) progress in reducing gender inequalities made in recent decades. It marks a turnaround in the very year of the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Platform for Action: a crucial moment in the affirmation of women’s rights, which has given a strong impetus to the public debate on gender equality. Crises are not all the same; they affect people, social spheres, productive sectors with different intensity. This pandemic has so far hit women harder, making the gender[…]

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Top Two Tips To Grow Resilient Kids

Here is how letting them play outdoor and telling them resilience fairy tales will help you grow resilient kids. Life opens up opportunities to you, and you either take them or you stay afraid of taking them. – Jim Carrey Why do schools keep children indoors during recreation when the temperature gets too cold? Why do we avoid going out with our children if it rains or a strong wind blows? It seems an obvious statement, but children today no longer play outdoors as they used to, especially when the weather conditions are harsh. What kind of adult will create[…]

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The Witch Within Us. All You Need To Know About Witches Today

There is no animal more invincible than a woman, nor fire either, or any wildcat so ruthless. (Aristophanes) The truth is, witches still exist. They never ceased to exist. The question is: are you too a witch? Men have tried by every means to destroy them, but they’ve never succeeded and never will, because the witch-woman is a fundamental element of this planet, like air and water. Who are the witches? We can consider them in a folkloristic or childish sense as monstrous, grotesque and evil beings. Still, in reality, witches are women who cannot and do not want to[…]

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The Power Of Your Thoughts. And How You Can Use It For Personal Growth

And the difference between introspection and rumination. The time spent listening to yourself, and getting into your thoughts is helpful – it’s an excellent approach for personal growth and creativity. However, getting “in our head” can sometimes be hazardous; this happens if we follow negative thoughts. We must be aware of the critical difference between introspection and rumination; in this video I explain it clearly. Introspection is a useful process of self-reflection and exploration, which is good for our well-being and our brain. Rumination, on the other hand, can spiral us into a vicious circle of negative thinking that holds[…]

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