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Dealing With Emotions

Understanding Anxiety

Understanding Anxiety: 7 Rules of Highly Worried People

Dealing With EmotionsOvercoming Depression Naturally

Chronic worry is much more than just pessimism. It’s a strategy you developed to cope with potential problems and thus protect yourself from unpleasant outcomes. But you know what? It doesn’t work, because it’s a problem itself. In order to help yourself and overcome anxiety, it’s necessary to understand why you worry and why it […]

September 4, 2016
Myths About Emotions

11 Common & Harmful Myths About Emotions, And Why You Should Stop Believing In Them

Dealing With EmotionsSelf-Growth

Emotions are a pretty complex issue. As an internal and completely subjective experience, they’re difficult to measure or describe. Culture and upbringing full of gender stereotypes make us believe in many harmful myths about emotions. “You are too emotional” – how many of us have heard it since childhood? Displaying fear, anxiety, insecurity or feeling hurt […]

September 3, 2016

In Praise of Vulnerability: 3 Reasons Why Daring Greatly Makes Life Worth Living

Dealing With EmotionsRelationshipsSelf-Growth

Today’s post was inspired by Brené Brown’s inspiring book Daring Greatly. It’s about all the difficult emotions we tend to hide away from the world, while pretending to be “strong”. Each time I re-read it, it makes me cry, because I can relate to it very much myself. To be honest, vulnerability has never been […]

August 19, 2016
Why Am I A Perfectionist

Why Am I A Perfectionist? 3 Possible Causes Of Perfectionism

Dealing With EmotionsSelf-Growth

Perfectionists put themselves under a lot of pressure and often make their own life miserable by engaging in a unhealthy struggle for perfection. You probably ask yourself: Why am I a perfectionist, while other people are able to accept lower standard of performance and be satisfied with life and themselves? What is the cause of […]

August 5, 2016

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