Have you ever found yourself resenting a friend because they asked for a favour? At a closer view, you realized that her asking wasn’t the problem. However, your inability to say “no” to such favour….
Category: <span>Stress Management</span>
The happiest people have habits that raise the odds of feeling happy. Unhappy people have habits that result in less desirable feelings. It can be that simple. If you’re not as happy as you’d like, take a look at your habits. Those that are happy share many qualities. Adopting these same qualities will yield positive results.
But if you ask me what type of music I like, what I do for fun or what I would like to do on my days off, my answer without a doubt is “I DON’T KNOW”. It feels like I no longer recognize me. I do not know me.
While Amazon has been a great help, I have to admit that this year more than ever, I really felt called to think of gifts that will not accumulate dust on a shelf. I was very inspired to be creative and think about experiences that can leave lasting memories instead.
As you probably know, anxiety is brought to you by fear and by a sense that you are not safe. Of course, 90% of the time, the lack of safety is not real, we are actually safe, sometimes even in the comfort of our own home, but our thoughts carry us to a scary future and that’s when we no longer feel safe.
We often get trapped in thinking that in order to love ourselves we must become “rude” so that we can spend time with ourselves, we must do BIG, complicated things, totally fueling our minds with fears and convincing ourselves that self-love is just too much work. But what if we knew that all it really takes is small, consistent, intentional steps?