TrueSelf Psychology Blogs

The Power Within

Let's be honest - life isn't always a walk in the park. We can have difficult colleagues, pesky kids, nosey neighbours, many assignments all at once, and we can’t even remember the last time we’ve been to the gym. It can feel like you don't have much control over the...

Self-Care; Do You Take Time for Yourself?

Self-care is an essential part of life yet one which is often overlooked, particularly for people who are have a lot on the go. At TrueSelf Center, we provide coaching psychology with an emphasis on self-care because we believe that the better you feel, the better life gets.

Build the energy of your dreams to make them happen

Do you have a dream? A desirable life goal you would love to attain? Most people do. However, all too often, many allow their fears, doubts and discouraging self-talk to build an impenetrable wall against achieving them. And then their dreams become longing wishes...

One Of The Most Popular Misconceptions People Hold Onto

Most people believe that whatever or whoever we think about is what causes our feelings. Just the thought of him makes me angry. When I think about her, I feel so much hurt. Whenever I picture their faces, I get so frustrated. Just thinking about it stresses me out!...

There’s One Word That Can Make Your Relationship Better

There is a common, yet powerful word so many people are reluctant to say. And that word is... Sorry. It’s just a composition of 5 small letters, but for some reason, it ends up in the back of people’s mind instead of at the tip of their tongue. Why is it so difficult...

Someone Has What You Want, Why Not You?

Dreams are meant to come true. But most people don’t achieve what they want because they have trouble seeing their goals manifest. They focus more on not attaining it and get stuck in the quicksand of excuses, doubts and insecurities. The more you find reasons and...

Forgiveness

Forgiveness. A simple word, but a difficult act to implement. We think that forgiveness only helps the person who hurt us, and why would we want to do that? Because forgiveness serves you more than the person you are forgiving. Surprising, huh? If you hold onto the...

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