“Think positive”, “Good vibes only”, “No excuses”, “Never quit”, “Failure is not an option”, “Just think happy thoughts”, are all some of the many words that we force feed into our brains every day.
We move so fast that we fail to pause and notice our surroundings and how we feel, and even if we do, we feel guilty and feel dragged back from the track we have to pursue.
hen was the last time you slowed down the pace of your life and paused to check in with yourself?
If you want to give yourself a little break from social media this one is for you
As a baseline, it’s good to be nice, but being too nice too often will backfire at some point.
Here are 3 times you are fooling yourself when you decide to forgive and forget.
Before you drain yourself, here are 5 types of people you can’t fix.
Boundaries mark the edge on what is acceptable from people whether colleagues, family members, or a partner.
Since it is not easy spotting such behavior, here is what you need to know.
Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is a form of seasonal depression that occurs usually during fall and winter. This disorder affects people on so many levels like our sleeping and eating habits, how we feel, and how we run the day.
In dealing with a person fighting depression, there are things that we should and shouldn’t say. While we tend to say things with the purest intention of easing their pain, sometimes the things we say can have a negative impact.