Compare only to your self. Never compare your self to others. Lots of us struggle with this psychological health principle. Most of us compare ourselves to others even since childhood. We can always discover an infinite number of categories upon which we can compare ourselves to others. Plus … an infinite number of people to… Continue reading Compare Only To Your Self
Understand your expectations in relationship. Expectation, according to the American Psychological Association, is simply defined as “a state of tense, emotional anticipation.” It’s a personal belief and information in your brain that affects how you think, feel, and behave … and the way you understand what’s happening to you and your relationship/s. Expectations function automatically.… Continue reading Understand Your Expectations In Relationship
Mental health is an act of accepting imperfections and mistakes. It’s part of human nature. Your imperfections. Your mistakes. Your limitations. You are not god. You are not God. “I can’t accept it. My lowest grades due to my negligence. After having honors I deserve better. Yet because of the pandemic, I find myself demotivated.… Continue reading Accepting Imperfections and Mistakes
John Powell, a Jesuit priest, wrote the best selling book, “Why Am I Afraid To Tell You Who I Am?” whose life perspectives jarred many. In the book, Powell shares a story with his readers about one experience he had in New York City. He was walking with a good friend along the way. His… Continue reading Why Am I Afraid to Tell You Who I Am?
Do you want to know a top secret in handling any relationship? This is essential, whether your relationship is with your spouse or partner, your parent, your child, or your friend. Ready? Here it is: do not be a hostage-taker! Reality is, many are experts at “hostage-taking” in their relationships. I know you might get… Continue reading Top Secret in Handling Any Relationship