How do you help yourself get up when your mind keeps telling you you can’t? What kind of help can you give yourself when it seems as if even your own mind has given up on you? This is what it feels like for people who are suffering from depression. It seems there is nothing they can do about their lives because of what their mind tells them.
Has it become hard for you to get out of bed to go to work? You once thought it was all laziness, but then you realized, either through self-reflection or through visiting a therapist, that it might actually be depression keeping you down. You don’t have the energy to do things, and you don’t feel like doing anything at all because your brain tells you that you can’t do it or that you are not good enough.
If you keep hearing voices in your head telling you that you can’t do something, how will you ever begin to fight it?
Fighting depression is...
Change is the only thing constant in this world. So is the stress that comes with it. Overcoming the fear that comes with change can be quite a challenge, especially when you don’t know what you are aiming for exactly.
Whether it is your work or your personal life, there is nothing that remains the same for long. No matter how small or big the change may be, it can come with confusing or scary effects on your life.
Sadly, when this happens, people get stuck because they don’t know how to handle stress. They freeze up because of their anxiety, not knowing what to do next or how to move on.
Stop and think about it. Have you ever thought of how many life changes you’ve gone through? There is what they call the quarter-life crisis. Perhaps you’ve already had this one. After that, you will have to deal with a mid-life crisis. And then you have to go through various changes in between including teenage angst, cold feet before getting married,...
Change is the only thing that is constant in this world. If you don’t allow yourself to change, you will be stuck where you are, not growing or improving.
But then, not all the changes that we go through are the kind that we really want. Sometimes, you need to go through a change that you are just not prepared for. What do you do then?
Change is hard. Whoever said that change is easy has never gone through a real change. It is never easy. Whenever it feels like it is easy, then it’s not a genuine change.
For example, when you need to move to a new house, something smaller than where you used to live. Downsizing could mean a lot of things, but it mainly means you need to let go of the many things that you own, but cannot fit in your new home.
Moving in itself can be stressful, but downsizing puts the icing on the cake. It only makes moving even more taxing.
Change is not easy. No matter what...
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You’ve already imagined it; today is going to be a productive day. You’ll finally finish your tasks and get it all over with. As you turn your computer on, you look at your to-do list and see everything you have to get done neatly spread before you. You feel optimistic because it’s only nine in the morning, and you have the whole day ahead. But you start receiving emails that seem urgent, so you tell yourself that you’ll reply to the emails first and then get on with the tasks.
Just when you’re about to finish, your colleague comments on the latest news, so you get curious and Google it. You spend the next ten minutes browsing through different news websites and get sucked into the world of celebrity gossip. The next thing you know, your coworkers are inviting you to join them for lunch. The whole morning has passed without you being able to do anything productive.
Does this scenario sound familiar to you? It could be television, social...
How often do you feel like you’re life’s one big mess? Your house is full of clutter, you keep forgetting important things that you should do, and your schedule is so packed that you barely have time to catch your breath. If this sounds like your life right now, then it’s time to do something about it. Otherwise, you’ll continue living like you’re running on a hamster wheel. You may think you’re doing so much already, but you’re not getting anywhere.
Being a well-organized person is not just about your ability to get things done, but also about your capacity to set aside time and energy for other aspects of your life, like family, friends, hobbies, faith, or spirituality. These areas of our existence are also vital in ensuring that we live a meaningful life, and not spend our days grinding it out at work.
If you want to have more time for yourself and the things you love...
What could be causing all your problems? While it may be easy to say that it’s just pure bad luck, the truth is that people deal with so many issues because they have allowed their fears to control them.
While it may not always be evident how debt, procrastination, and relationship problems are related to fear, somehow, it seems every problem is rooted in dealing with it.
Teach yourself how to overcome fear in life, and you will have a fuller existence. But where do you begin? How do you start telling yourself to go on and do what makes you happy?
Fear is everywhere, but your source of comfort could come from anywhere too. When you teach yourself to be fearless, you open yourself up to more opportunities for growth and learning. In the long run, you will benefit from overcoming those fears and teaching yourself to be more open.
Your fear has prevented you from doing the things that make your soul soar. To begin dealing with...
Imagine if you had the extraordinary power to make everyone happy with a particular song that you love to sing.
Would you sing all day long?
Or would you only sing the song when the majority of those who are listening to you are sad? If you choose to only sing at times when you feel like the world needs it, not only are you robbing the world of the comfort of hearing you sing, you are narrowing the range of people that you can help because you are not willing to share the gift given to you.
How much of your life do you live for others? Have you ever wondered how to expand yourself in order to help others?
In the past, you were too worried about how you could achieve your dreams. You wondered how else you could improve your personal life so that you could live comfortably. What you could do for others always took a back seat.
But now you’re thinking, how do you turn those special gifts of yours into gifts for others?
Have you ever thought about how being grateful can change your life? While you may have everything you could ever need now, there might come a time when you’ll be left with nothing, not even hope. When that day comes, the only thing you will learn is how your sense of gratitude will lift you up.
Isn’t it easy to be ungrateful these days? In fact, it has become easier to want the things that we don’t have. Consumerism has taught people that there is always more out there. And when people don’t get what they want when they want it, they end up feeling like they’ve been robbed.
It has become difficult for people to show gratitude because everything that we see around us is a reminder of how little we have. Rather than seeing how much we should be grateful for, we end up thinking that we deserve more, and life is mistreating us.
While everyone knows that gratitude is the best...
You are busy. You have a long list of things you need to do. You spend the whole day doing the things that need to be done. You feel tired at the end of the day, but you don't feel fulfilled at all. So, have you been productive?
Perhaps you have equated exhaustion with the idea of productivity. When you feel tired at the end of the day, that means you have done everything you could to become productive in your own right. But is this true? Does it apply to all?
When you ask yourself how to have a productive day, do you only have work-related tasks in mind? Or do you also consider all the personal things you also take care of during the day?
When it comes to mindset management, one of the things that you should learn to do is to disassociate tiredness with productivity. It is not one and the same. You can feel tired even if you have not truly accomplished the task at hand.
How did you go about the day? Your mindset is what controls...