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Using Failure to Build Strength

“Do not allow yourselves to be disheartened by any failure as long as you have done your best.”– Mother Teresa

As women today we may face the challenge of being led to feel that we are inadequate for our current positions or future goals. As individuals it is our own responsibility to look failure and adversity in the face and proceed with strength and resilience to the next step of success.

There is no reason to fear failure in the pursuit of success, only the ability to see each occurrence as a form of feedback. Evaluation of those times of difficulty or adversity can  lead you forward in the long run. In addition, work to question your own fears in order to build the ability to turn your own fear of failure into the use of feedback to continue your pursuit of success. It’s time to take the risks needed to advance your own personal growth without being afraid to fall!

Keys to use failure as a benefit to personal growth:

  1. Remove the pain from failure and adversity,instead acquiring the lesson from each occurrence
  2. There is no failure, only feedback that can be evaluated for improvement
  3. Feedback is necessary for personal growth and success

Misconceptions about Femininity

This is part of the She’s Next “Women Loving themselves and their Presence” Video Series. Dr. Martha Lee has contributed this video for the series and made it available for the She’s Next community first!

Author of Love, Sex and Everything In-Between and founder of Eros Coaching, Dr. Martha Tara Lee is a Clinical Sexologist who conducts sexuality and intimacy coaching, and runs sexuality education events in Asia.

She is compassionate, practical, honest, interactive and solution-focused. Dr. Lee incorporates a blend of conventional and alternative approaches and draws upon a variety of styles and techniques to support each client as they work to resolve both current problems and long-standing patterns.

Love Yourself First in order to have a Great Relationship

We all value our relationships, but we know they can often be challenging as well. It is important to remember all the aspects of a great relationship, both the good and bad, and do your best!

There are some helpful tips and methods to maintain a healthy and relationship that any of us would call great.

First is to start by “Loving Yourself”

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“It is important that you are comfortable with yourself. Know your own strengths and be proud of them. “- See more at: http://www.plannedparenthood.org/health-info/relationships/your-relationship-good-you#sthash.UynjGJhH.dpuf

 

 

How Femininity Changed My Life

Author of Love, Sex and Everything In-Between and founder of Eros Coaching, Dr. Martha Tara Lee is a Clinical Sexologist who conducts sexuality and intimacy coaching, and runs sexuality education events in Asia.

She is compassionate, practical, honest, interactive and solution-focused. Dr. Lee incorporates a blend of conventional and alternative approaches and draws upon a variety of styles and techniques to support each client as they work to resolve both current problems and long-standing patterns.

This is An Exclusive She’s Next video!! Dr. Martha Tara Lee has made a video series just for She’s Next. We get to see her videos firsthand before she shares them on Youtube!

Should ‘No’ be the New ‘Yes’ for Women?

Do you find yourself sometimes too often saying ‘Yes’ to more work or responsibility than you can take on? Do you end up overwhelming yourself with stress and lacking sleep? As women it is known that we all like to say ‘Yes’ maybe a little too much, just to please others.

Although ‘Yes’ can initially provide to the feeling of self-worth there are times when saying ‘No’ may be beneficial to your health and wellness. You don’t necessarily have to say ‘No’ to the people in your life, but with a positive outlook for yourself, there are things that you will benefit from in the long run from saying ‘No’ to them.

Take a quick look at the information on the site below how saying ‘no’ can eventually mean saying ‘Yes’ to you!

http://www.everydayhealth.com/womens-health/should-no-be-the-new-yes-for-women.aspx

 

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