Beyond its meaning in therapy, the practice of unconditional positive regard can improve your self-confidence and authenticity, and help you motivate others.
Nir EyalResearch shows that problematic behaviors like overeating, drinking too much, and procrastinating aren’t altered with confrontation and judgment.
They are remedied with compassion, understanding, and acceptance.
Be compassionate. It works.
"Most people have the basic materials to make a face mask right now," says Stanford psychology expert Nir Eyal. "It's time to call forth the 'can do' American spirit and encourage everyone stuck at home during the coronavirus pandemic to start...
Distractions satisfy deficiencies, explains Nir Eyal, a Stanford psychology professor. So when kids aren't given the nutrients that their brain needs, they are more likely to overdo unhealthy behaviors.
Nir EyalA quick search on YouTube reveals thousands of videos of parents storming into their kids’ rooms, unplugging the computers or gaming consoles, and smashing the devices into bits.
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Indistractable goes beyond the common scapegoat of personal technology to reveal the root causes behind why we get distracted. The book teaches a memorable four-part research-backed framework for becoming indistractable.