Body Life Skills

Body Life Skills - Parenting does not have to be a chore… It can be a joy

In truth raising children should be a joy every moment. Yes it has its level of demand and at times intensity but this does not mean it needs to be a checklist and can in fact be something you can enjoy! Tanya Curtis shares how.

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Body Life Skills - Anxiety, Behaviour, Schools and Withdrawal

Most of us consider anxiety to be something extreme. We tend to look out and see more intense behaviours going on in others and thinking that we are ok because we are not exhibiting the same intensity of behaviour but that does not mean we do not have anxiety. Have we normalised anxiety simply because most of us do not exhibit the extreme behaviours?

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Body Life Skills - resignation and settling for function...

As a society we have resigned to the fact that life is as it is and that behaviours are deteriorating and not truly getting better. We have collectively settled for a lesser quality of life. The Body Life Skills Program allows us to practically take responsibility for our behaviours and through understanding feel there is a greater quality we can live with each day.

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Body Life Skills - Freeing yourself from perfectionism

Perfectionism cripples us from allowing ourselves to be who we naturally are and it is not a healthy way to live. Desireé Delaloye shares about her process of over coming perfectionism through the Body Life Skills Program

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Body Life Skills - The science, evidence and practical application of The Body Life Skills program

The Body Life Skills Program is based on a process of scientific assessment which is absolutely gold in theory but not very accessible to the everyday person. Tanya Curtis has taken this assessment and made it relative to us all in the Body Life Skills Program.

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Body Life Skills - Anxiety and behaviour … how are they related

To understand behaviour one must understand anxiety. Anxiety is simply a communication from our body that there is a part of life we are being presented with that we do not perceive we have the skills to respond to. Yet underneath all of us we are equipped with everything we need to master all life presents us with.

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Body Life Skills - Behaviour is not who a person is, it is what they do

The distinction between our being already being complete and whole and everything we could ever need and our doing the aspect were we are not perfect and we sometimes need to develop skills is crucial to understand behaviour and achieving lasting and true behaviour change.

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Body Life Skills - The value of appreciating each others strengths and weaknesses

It is always important to understand that we ALL have areas of life we have mastered and is our strengths, and also equally areas of life we are yet to master and are our weaknesses. We can all learn from each others strengths and together support each other to develop our weaknesses by understand what are each others strengths and weaknesses

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