Infographics

On the right and below you will find some infographics which I have made over the years.  You can click on the images to view a larger version of the infographics.  These are provided as free resources, but a link back to this site would be appreciated.

Life Skills

Self-Regulation and Windows of Tolerance

Buddha once proclaimed that the middle way was the path forward.  A similar notion applies to the window of tolerance where most of the time should be spent in the middle portion represented on the infographic.  The idea of a window of tolerance stems from the trauma field, but it is applicable to most people today given the high levels of stress and anxiety in our society.   People tend to bounce between over stimulated and under stimulated without much respite in between.  The infographic points to some actions to take when over stimulated or under stimulated.

Article discussing the notions conveyed in the infographic coming soon…

8 Basic Life Skills

This infographic outlines 8 of the basic life skills that we should master to have a successful life. It does not imply that these skills are all there is to success, rather these skills could be viewed as initial building blocks from which to base further advancement from.

The accompanying article which discusses the infographic is located here

Window of Tolerance
Distancer Pursuer Dynamic

Steps to Creating a Wonderful Life

Most of us would love to have a wonderful life but alas only a few seem to get there. There are some steps and actions which we can take to help us get there. While it is by no means guaranteed that we will succeed in this endeavour we can greatly increase our chances by clarifying our vision for a wonderful life. The infographic outlines some steps, the associated article goes into greater detail.

Distance and Pursuit Dynamic in Relationships

This infographic represents one of the most frequent relationship dynamics which couples encounter.  Typically, one person chases in a relationship (pursuit) while their partner backs off (distances).  Its common for one person to pursue in one area of a relationship (e.g., sex), while distancing in another (e.g.,).

You can find an article which discusses the dynamic here

Vision Inforgraphic
The Change Cycle

Anxiety Coping Technique

Buddha once proclaimed that the middle way was the path forward.  A similar notion applies to the window of tolerance where most of the time should be spent in the middle portion represented on the infographic.  The idea of a window of tolerance stems from the trauma field, but it is applicable to most people today given the high levels of stress and anxiety in our society.   People tend to bounce between over stimulated and under stimulated without much respite in between.  The infographic points to some actions to take when over stimulated or under stimulated.

Article discussing the notions conveyed in the infographic coming soon…

The Change Cycle

We tend to think of change as a linear process, but research indicates that change often is accompanied by relapses.  The infographic sets out a reminder that when a relapse occurs it can signify a time to gather resources and find new skills to better handle the process next time around.  A setback need not be the final say in the matter.

The accompanying article which discusses the infographic is located here

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