Have most of your romantic relationships failed? If so, some of your relationship behaviors may be quite toxic. If you’re unaware of these harmful relationship habits, you can’t address them.
How many times have you heard that communication is key to a happy relationship? Probably dozens, hundreds of times even. It’s such a common answer because it’s the truth. Without sincere, regular, and open communication a relationship can never last.
We all make mistakes sometimes. Even the kindest and most thoughtful people still occasionally do something to hurt or offend another person. This simple truth means that apologizing is a skill that everyone must master.
Stress is a fact of life that’s hard to escape, and each person has a unique way of coping with emotional and physical stress. Eating or drinking foods that bring comfort is one coping mechanism some people use.
American research professor Brené Brown asserts that the most compassionate people she encounters via her research also have more healthy boundaries in place. What does it mean to have healthy boundaries?
Burnout in the workplace is reaching epidemic proportions. A Gallup poll showed 23% of people experience burnout most of the time, and another 44% feel burnt out sometimes. All in all, this means around two-thirds of the workplace is experiencing some burnout.
Do you often struggle with what to do with your life, and feel as if you don’t know what you’re good at? You might have found a life passion you want to fulfill.
If you have ended up reading this, then it is safe to say that you are probably currently in a long-distance relationship and are scouring the internet trying to find tips, advice or help with what you are going through.
Most of us can relate to the feeling when you first start seeing somebody new – it can be exciting and all-encompassing when you meet someone you FINALLY click with (let’s admit, Tinder’s offerings are getting direr by the week).
Do you know that many people never truly reach their fullest potential? One of the reasons for this is the ugly habit called excuses. Excuses are easy and convenient and come naturally to us.
Having the ability to be kind to yourself is one of the most important life skills, especially during difficult times. It helps you to perceive the world differently, become more positive about life in general, and feel happier overall.
As you walk through the office, you see your co-workers glance at you. They begin speaking to each other in whispered tones. You naturally start to feel self-conscious and start worrying about what they are saying about you.
Do you ever feel like you could do better? Treat your body better? If your answers are affirmative, you are not alone. There is always room for improvement, and many people are aware of this.
Living a life of abundance might seem like an unattainable dream to many people. However, the truth is that most people already possess what’s needed to live an abundant life. It’s just a matter of developing the right attitude and mindset to make you realize and appreciate everything that you have.
Online dating can be a terrifying endeavor for even the bravest souls, and it has extra challenges for socially anxious women and men. Social anxiety disorder is a condition that causes extreme fear in social situations.
Obligations, work, plans, unforeseen complications- all of these eat into the little precious time that you have for yourself. It can be hard to plan and honor a time slot for “me-time”
It’s been rough for everyone. It’s been challenging, maddening, and exhausting. Each day that goes by brings its own set of challenges and questions, but each day is also a new opportunity to experience joy and to slow down and realize what’s important in life.
Showing your gratitude to others is one of the most desirable attributes that you can have. Furthermore, it offers benefits to your own life by teaching you to be more grateful for what you have, as well as making you a happier person.
No matter your age or gender, self-care is important. Far from being selfish, self-care gives you the strength and stamina to be your best for others and for yourself. Why do you need self-care?
If you frequently find yourself saying yes, and then regret saying it, then you have likely developed the habit of people-pleasing. A people pleaser is a person who goes out of their way to gain the approval of other people.
On the surface, you might tell yourself that you’re happy, but there might always be an inkling of tension hidden that surfaces every once in a while. It might be when you’re at your desk at work, completing the same task over and over, when you’re at a party with people who you don’t want to talk to, or just when you’re finally alone with your thoughts.