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The last in the core values series, Mike Nice wraps up with a review of the core value topics. Use the full series to help you remember the lessons learned in the Core Values Workshop.

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Guest Post: Core Values: Beast Mode

Mike Nice continues his advice on how to navigate everyday situations while validating the feelings and opinions of those around you. Learn how to work your way through problems without hurting the other person.

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Guest Post: Core Values: Navigation, Part Two

Blame is something that starts when we're children, without the adult brain necessary to come up with an actual solution. Looking forward into the future and solving problems positively can help eliminate blame from your life.

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Guest Post: Core Values: Blame

It can be harder to be compassionate in every day life than we realize. Mike Nice illustrates the differences between compassion and love, and also warns about the differences between assertiveness and aggression.

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Guest Post: Core Values: Compassion

Resentment can hurt our relationships more than you'd think. Mike Nice gives some tips on how to deal with resentment.

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Guest Post: Core Values: Resentment

​Sometimes it's hard to get along with the people that surround you during daily life. Mike Nice weighs in about validating the feelings of those people, and how it can make you feel better in the long run.

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Automatic responses can be less helpful than you want. Learn how to make your automatic responses work towards achieving better relationships, rather than creating stressful and destructive situations. Read More >

 Self help advice in Richmond, anger management, online counselling.

Guest Post: Core Values: To Navigate...Validate!

Guest Post: Core Values: HEALS