Monthly Archives: January 2014

Keeping the Value of “Security” Healthy!

Last week I wrote about how important “security” has been as a value in my life and I want to clarify something very important. I am not suggesting that having security as a value is negative, I am merely suggesting … Continue reading

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Relationship poisons, how we accidentally damage our relationships!

This week I’m re-publishing a blog about relationships as it really connects with how values can clash in a relationship. Next week I will write a new blog about security and relationships. Here is the relationship blog to get you … Continue reading

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Re-balancing Values when they clash

Last week I wrote about how sometimes our values can be in conflict in such a way that they block us from achieving from life the things we want. For me this was particularly true in that I had a … Continue reading

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When our values are in conflict

I wrote last week how it is possible to hold values that conflict with each other and how this might impact on our lives. Firstly let me explain what I mean. When I first decided to become self-employed I realised … Continue reading

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