(Read this in Norwegian)
written by Lian Kirksæther
At the outset, being sensitive is a strength, but it can easily be turned into something negative in our society.
Today’s society is characterized by deadlines and time constraints, and places ever increasing demands on the individual, which combined are not a good fit for sensitive individuals. This causes more and more people to be stressed and sick, and increases burnt-out, because the nervous system in sensitive individuals has a lower threshold for activation, and these individuals take in more information from the environment than average. [···]
(Read this in Norwegian – Les denne på norsk)
Written by Henrik Nordahl, psychologist
Thoughts are not important, but how you relate to your thoughts is very important!
The brain produces between 3,000 and 5,000 thoughts every day. What thoughts do you spend time thinking about, and what are the recurring topics?
Life is uncertain, which makes it impossible on our part to predict what the future will bring. Some people make a good living, while others struggle to make ends meet.
Another reality is that we cannot change the past. What’s done is done, what has happened has happened. But the way that we choose to deal with what has been, what is now, and what may happen in the future is absolutely crucial to living a good life. [···]
Mindfit offers different tools and techniques that can be helpful when challenges arise.
We recommend that you acquaint yourself with these self-help techniques, so that is easier for you to use them when you actually need them. [···]
Mindfit helps you get a better everyday life, and become more aware of the positive things happening in your life right now.
The program is divided into three areas: Describe yourselfe, Record something good and Self-help Techniques
Mindfit is designed so that it simulates some of the issues and techniques a psychologist would use in his or her first meeting with an individual seeking help.
An important aspect of this program is recording positive experiences. Keeping records is an important way to improve your ability to cope, so you can better handle both the positive and negative things in your life. [···]