Self-esteem is about how we view ourselves. It’s about all the thoughts that run through our minds about our confidence and abilities. Too many people have self-doubts and insecurities about their abilities and who they are.
In our society, we talk about therapy a lot. There’s couple’s therapy, family therapy, and even individual therapy. Some have been to therapy while others are considering it…and some have participated in therapy before, but might be considering it again. Whatever the case may be, it’s important to know how therapy can benefit you.
We’ve all heard that you shouldn’t compare yourself to others, but it’s so much easier said than done. Your job title, your income, grades, the neighborhood you live in, your size, what you wear, Instagram followers & Facebook likes- the number of things we can compare seems infinite.
For the past month, you may have found yourself with a lot of time on your hands and you may be struggling to figure out how to keep yourself occupied. Whether you’re home alone or with family, these ideas listed below are sure to keep your mind stimulated, your creative juices flowing, and home clean.
Even though seeking therapy has become widely accepted in today’s mainstream culture, it may still be difficult to know when exactly to see a therapist. You may find yourself asking questions like, “How bad should I let things get before I seek out help?”
Laughing feels great, but did you know that it can actually improve your health? Below listed are a few powerful benefits of laughter.
The outbreak of the Coronavirus disease can be a very stressful time for people. The distancing of oneself from the people, places, and activities that you once participated in can result in feeling helpless, lonely, and uncertain about the future, which can lead to frustration, fear, and anxiety. This can affect anyone from children to the elderly.
Figuring out what to say on a date can be tricky. How can you be yourself and still be accepted? How can you be just friendly enough without getting put in the friend zone? Is it okay to give compliments?
Forgiving someone that deeply hurt you isn’t easy, but it’s possible. As difficult as it may seem to forgive and let go, it’s much more difficult (and detrimental) to hold on to resentment, bitterness, pain, and anger.
Sometimes, we’re too focused on own our faults and other times, we’re too focused on other people. It’s good to think about others and to be honest about our own mistakes so that we learn from them, but a proper balance is so necessary for a healthy you.
Self-love is critical for genuine happiness. People sometimes think of “on-the-surface” things when the word “self-love” comes to mind… things that involve caring for one’s physical appearance.
Have you ever snooped around your partner’s belongings? Have you ever looked through their phone, in search of specific pictures or personal messages?