Love of one’s self really is a foundational piece to success and happiness. When we love our self: we are comfortable in our body, we are authentic, we are heart centered and we accept our self just the way we are (at least most of the time). Self-love is attractive and attracts people and situations and solutions to you. Self-love magnifies our good qualities…
I don’t know if we ever grow up. We often feel a different age than our biological age. It’s good to feel younger than your biological age, for the most part. This question, ‘What do I want to do when I grow up?’, can come up at different times in your life. It often comes up at life transitions- when you graduate from high school, or graduate from college, birth of children, loss of a job, change in the economy,a midlife crisis or other transitions. These transitions are all opportunities to ask yourself the question, ‘What do I want to do when I grow up?’ To answer this question, do not look at where you can get a job to make money, unless you need to earn money now. This is a temporary solution. Instead, look for what lights you up or excites you. Look at areas in your life when you are so interested in what you are doing, you really lose track of time. Notice what makes you smile when you talk. To help you on this process, there are some things you can do.
The best cure for boredom is to get interested in yourself, your life, your surrounding, and anything and everything. Be curious, ask questions, look for possible answers, try new things to see if you like them. One cure for boredom is to remember what you liked to do as a child or a teenager, that you really liked doing, then go and do it now. See if that lights you up at all, excites you. If you are feeling bored because you feel lonely, then start engaging with others more. Here some ideas to engage with others:
Do you find you are pushing through or forcing things in your life?
Do you need to control all outcomes?
Is all your time filled up?
“Sell your cleverness and buy bewilderment.” – Rumi This quote inspired me to go on… Sell your resentments and buy forgiveness. Sell your hatred and buy love. Sell your glee and buy humility. Sell your anger and buy compassion. Sell your loneliness and buy connection. Sell your meanness and buy kindness. Sell […]
This is an Inspirational Poem that talks about Living a passionate life.
This is an Inspirational Poem that talks about what to do when you see signs of stress.
Sleeping can be a time that the body and mind rejuvenates itself, or it can be an escape from the stress in your life. Notice, do you feel wide awake and energized for the day when you wake up ? or do you still feel tired even after nine to ten hours of sleep, then sleeping is not stress relief. It’s a sign of something else. It could be a form of depression or an illness of some sort or a sleep disorder. I recommend you see a doctor for a check up and talk about your sleeping.
Healthy living tips is not just about what you eat. It’s more about a way of life. You can live your best and healthiest life. Today’s healthy living tip is about practicing presence and having time alone. Practicing presence is being aware of yourself and your surroundings in the moment. There’s a sense of timelessness and a sense of aliveness felt. Some simple healthy living tips and ways to practice presence are:
I have written on previous posts on anger management techniques and I have addressed different topics. I addressed understanding the cues and triggers of anger, the positives and the negative to anger, a secret to anger(one of them being expectations), and I talked about calming down techniques.
So now that you are calmed down,don’t escalate it any further. You have taken your break from it and feel calm? The next anger management technique is that you both must agree to work it out. You show willingness to communicate by facing each other, preferable sitting down and looking eye-to-eye to each other and saying “Yes, let’s work this out.” or” Let’s talk about it.” Then you try to hear each person’s point-of-view. It is best at this time to use ‘ I-statements’.
First of all, what is individuation? Individuation is a process of separation from the identities that others have told you about who you are. This process is a self esteem activity because it increases your self worth and self esteem by claiming your uniqueness and your values. The more you know yourself and your unique voice and qualities, the more able you are to know your expertices and your limits and the better to navigate in your world. There are different individuation processes…
Trying to hide your feelings is very difficult. The truth is, we are always expressing through Nonverbal communication. Some people can read nonverbal communication more easily than others. Another word for crabbiness is irritability. You are not feeling satisfied or want things to be different. Nonverbal communication of impatience and irritability can be shown in many ways…