How To Get From The Front Door To The Car

Written by Chris McDonough


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An area where an INFP needs guidance is setting goals. Goals are often built into a job description, which can simplify professional life. On a personal level, however, an INFP might need prodding to set goals and guidance as to priorities. As their first goal, for instance, many people would write "Pay off mortgage." Mine was "Swim with dolphins." Obviously, a nudge from a counselor (or maybe a recessive trait) would be useful. The Intuitive function that is so useful to an INFP must be allowed its input torepparttar goal-setting process. This is why INFP goals may seem a little odd to people who greetrepparttar 126068 world in a more Sensate manner. The same balance should be allowed in structuring paths to reach goals.

Now that we've set goals and steps to achieve them, we have only to followrepparttar 126069 path torepparttar 126070 goals. In other words, we have to try to get fromrepparttar 126071 front door torepparttar 126072 car. It can be done if INFP is continually hip-checked back ontorepparttar 126073 path by TJ. However, completely unrelieved attention to goals will result in a very frustrated INFP driving a car that she has come to loathe. No, INFP must takerepparttar 126074 detours to meetrepparttar 126075 world through Intuition, to evaluate by Feeling, and to exercise Perception. TJ, withrepparttar 126076 maps, organizational lists, and pie-charts, must stand aside. At agreed intervals, TJ can bump INFP back ontorepparttar 126077 path. After many happy detours and returns, INFP will succeed in going fromrepparttar 126078 front door torepparttar 126079 car - goal achieved!

Chris McDonough is a writer and observer of life. You can visit her at her website at http://www.cmcdonough.com


Holistic Stress Management

Written by Cynthia Perkins, M.Ed.


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~Limit your time onrepparttar phone and interactions. Constant talking and interacting can be draining.

~ Take a hot shower or bath without interruptions.

~Listen to soothing music. If music or sound is an irritant for you, then this suggestion is not for you.

~Take a day trip. A short trip to a peaceful place such asrepparttar 126067 ocean, lake, park, zoo, etc. can be very relaxing and soothing. If your health limits allow take a vacation.

~Make lists of chores, activities, tasks, etc. and do them one at a time.

~Participate in activities that are meaningful to you and give purpose to your life.

~Avoid drugs and alcohol. They only mask your symptoms and will intensifyrepparttar 126068 problem inrepparttar 126069 long run.

~Eat a healthy well balanced diet. Avoid caffeine and sugar.

~ Get proper sleep- if youíre sleep deprived you canít cope well with stress.

~Partake in deep breathing exercises. The breath is a great calming agent.

~Humor is great forrepparttar 126070 soul. Get regular doses.

~Regular exercise burns stress off and helps you cope better.

~Spend time with nature. It nurtures, soothes and feeds.

~Engage in prayer or meditation.

~Take frequent naps or resting periods- Naps can be very rejuvenating.

~Vent emotional stress. Talk it out, write it out or whatever it takes to release it. Donít let it build.

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Cynthia Perkins, M.Ed. is an author and holistic health counselor helping individuals living with chronic illness or chronic pain to live life to the fullest and find holistic life management strategies.


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