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Susan Law
· December 12, 2016
Many thanks to Excel Psychology for pointing me in the right direction to get help even though I could not access their services .

I would rate the service at least 10/10 based on care ,prompt attent...ion and information gathering to help meet my needs .
Once again thank You for the 5 star service .
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Self compassion.

"Hold yourself as a mother holds her beloved child." —Buddha
With mindfulness, our natural compassion grows. We can see that we are all carrying our own burden ...of tears. You and everyone you meet are sharing in some measure of the pain present on the planet. You are called upon to witness this pain—in yourself and others—with compassion. But how can we do this when we live in a time where it seems we have lost contact with the power of mercy and compassion, when we have closed off to the suffering of ourselves and others? We have to begin to sense the tears for ourselves before we can cry for others. These tears are actually a great gift.

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Awakening Self-Compassion Hold yourself as a mother holds her beloved child. —Buddha We are so quick to judge one another. And just as we are hard...

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The key to success in love and life is empathy. Here's how to practice it.

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Try to understand how other people experience the world.

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Glennon Doyle

A couple of years ago, during one of my trips with the girls to visit the cats at the Humane Society, each girl was immediately drawn to a particular kitten. I ...had a favorite too. Tish, Amma, and I quietly snuggled with our favorites for a while. Then I looked at Tish and said, “Why is that one your favorite? What do you like so much about that one?”

Tish looked down at her kitten and said, “I think because she likes me. She came over and wanted to play with me.”

Then Amma said, “Me too. I like mine because she likes me. She keeps staying close to me and looking up at me.”

Hm. I was surprised. I was expecting the girls to say: "I like that she’s fluffy, I like that this one’s striped. I like that this one’s energetic." But they didn’t say that at all. They just said: I like the one that likes me.

So I looked down at my favorite and thought, Huh. Same here. I didn’t even notice that she was regal and dignified and warm until she came over and sat with me. First, she liked me. Then, I liked her.

I really, really think the secret to being loved is to love. And the secret to being interesting is to be interested. And the secret to having a friend is being a friend.

Why don’t we want to believe that? We insist that we need to be the smartest or the most interesting or the most successful or the most beautiful to get people’s attention. But maybe we don’t. Maybe we just have to show a little interest. Maybe the surest way to be liked by people is simply to like people.

But that’s a risk right? To openly like someone? To admit to someone: I like you. I’d like to spend time with you today. It’s to risk rejection. It’s vulnerability. It’s brave.

Be brave. Like somebody.

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Gut feelings are real.

Your stomach is controlling your mood.

The gut microbiome – the world of bacteria living in our digestive system – doesn’t just exist to give us stomach aches or to help us break down food. Rese

Excel Psychology has moved! Find us now at 212 Constance St, Fortitude Valley. The phone number is still the same 3868 2221. Hope to see you there soon!

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The new office is coming together.

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