While many problems are resolved by giving them careful thought and deliberation, overthinking does not lead to new insights or understanding, instead it saps your energy, time, motivation and creativity. Are you a over-thinker? Here is how to stop your overthinking
Changing how we feel is the motivation behind virtually all of our behaviours, yet, we are limited in our ability to deal with some of our negative emotional patterns that we habitually experience. Holding onto unpleasant or negative emotions for long-term is not only harmful for our emotional well-being, but also to our mental and physiological states.
Even though many of us know what it means to be mentally strong, yet in our day-to-day life we get overwhelmed by unexpected changes or sudden life stressors. The decisions we make in the moment and habits we establish overtime determine our level of resilience in any situation.
When change is forced upon us unexpectedly, it can be quite challenging and uncomfortable to deal with unless we learn ways to deal with it effectively. Here is how to make positive choices amidst an unexpected change
One habit that can help you become emotionally and mentally more resilient in uncertain times like what we are experiencing now.
We are all inherently worthy, but there are always certain moments in our life where we experience moments of negative self-worth where self-doubt takes over your self-belief.
“When awareness is brought to an emotion, power is brought to your life.” – Tara Meyer Robson Most of us struggle with difficult emotions and moods. Unlike physical fitness, emotional fitness isn’t something we pick up naturally. Many of us lack emotional maturity even though most of our challenges are emotional ones. This is because … Continue reading How to aim for Emotional Fitness
"Empathy is like a Universal solvent. Any problem immersed in empathy becomes soluble.”- Simon Baron-Cohen Our relationship with others determines much of our happiness and success in life. How you get along with your coworkers, superiors, friends and family often depends on your interpersonal skills, and at the root of good interpersonal skills is empathy … Continue reading How to expand your empathic potential
“Every thought we think is creating our future.”― Louise Hay Our thoughts and emotions shape our experiences. We become what we feed our minds. The decisions and choices we make determine the direction we take in our lives, and we do so by our thoughts. Thoughts if aligned with our goals and with what we … Continue reading How to let go of your toxic thoughts
What do you do when a person’s behavior makes you feel taken for granted, controlled or undervalued in a personal or professional relationship? Feeling undervalued can be extremely frustrating and demotivating, especially in workplaces when you want your efforts to be recognized and rewarded. When your efforts go unnoticed, ignored and unappreciated, you feel small, … Continue reading How to stop being taken for granted