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6 Behaviors of Manipulative People Who Pretend to Be Nice

July 15th, 2020|

Have you ever come across manipulative people who pretend to be nice? I have. I once had a friend that was the sweetest, kindest person you could ever want to meet. She’d had a terrible childhood. Her mother had died of brain cancer when she was young and she had nursed her until her death. Her father was abusive so [...]

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Psychology & Mental Health

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These Are the Countries with the Highest Emotional Complexity

June 26th, 2020|

Emotional complexity varies from place to place, not just from person to person. Multiple emotions are common, just different. If you aren’t aware of your emotional complexity, let me remind you. You know well that there are times when you feel both anger and love at the same time. These emotions, of course, are only examples. You can feel many [...]

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How to Stop Blaming Your Parents for the Past and Move On

June 22nd, 2020|

It’s time to stop blaming your parents for the problems in your life. Being an adult means owning responsibility for your adult decisions, and yes, your dysfunctions too. While there may be times when your mother and father let you down, at some point, you have to stop blaming your parents and move on. Like everyone, I had an imperfect [...]

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7 Signs of Approval-Seeking Behavior That Is Unhealthy

June 12th, 2020|

Do you always place a high value on the opinions of others or please others before yourself? You might be showing signs of approval-seeking behavior. Why Do We Seek the Approval of Others? Of course, we all like approval. It reinforces that what we’re doing is right. It builds our self-esteem. We feel confident when someone agrees with us. When [...]

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Inner Child Work: 6 Exercises and Techniques for Healing

July 14th, 2020|

Did you know that many people have inner child work to do? Sometimes this child needs to be healed from the past. It starts as an adult - we come face to face with our inner child, and it happens at different times in our lives depending on what we’re going through. Unfortunately, our inner child may be wounded or [...]

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‘I Don’t Deserve to Be Happy’: Why You Feel This Way & What to Do

July 9th, 2020|

Have you ever said, “I don’t deserve to be happy”? You’re not alone in this statement, and there’s a reason for this feeling. Many times in my past, I’ve said that I don’t deserve to be happy. I truly felt like a burden on other people’s lives. It was often a starting point of my suicidal thoughts. Over time, I [...]

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Shadow Work: 5 Ways to Use Carl Jung’s Technique to Heal

July 7th, 2020|

Shadow work is recognizing and understanding the dark side of our personality. It was coined by Carl Jung and is essential to leading a fulfilling life. Many years ago, a couple I knew well and loved dearly had a baby. It goes without saying that I was really happy for them. I went to see them and they told me [...]

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Food for Thought

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13 Quotes about Loneliness That Reveal Deep Truths

July 8th, 2020|

It can sound paradoxical, but loneliness has become incredibly prevalent in our world of constant connection. Why are we feeling as lonely and depressed as never before? Maybe these quotes about loneliness will help us understand why. What Is Loneliness? Most people mistakenly associate loneliness with being alone, having no company to spend your time with, or feeling bored and [...]

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12 English Slang Words That Instantly Make You Sound Uneducated

July 3rd, 2020|

I love the English language. The way you can use words to express a thought or paint a picture is something that makes us human. However, some words do us no favors. I’m talking about English slang words. Don’t get me wrong, I use a few of the following examples myself, but I’m all too aware of how they make [...]

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7 Keanu Reeves Quotes That Convey Powerful Messages about Life

July 2nd, 2020|

The world needs more positivity, wouldn’t you say? Keanu Reeves quotes are here to uplift and inspire us to be better people. If you’re not all that interested in celebrities, you’re not alone. However, there’s one celebrity you really need to get to know better. His name is Keanu Reeves. No, you shouldn’t read up on him because he’s a [...]

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