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  • Traits of Pessimistic People

5 Traits of Pessimistic People & Surprising Benefits of Being One

May 24th, 2020|

A pessimist is somebody who always sees the negative side. Pessimistic people expect the worst and are generally seen as unhappy, gloomy individuals. However, how thin is the line between a pessimist and a realist? Traits of Pessimistic People 1. Always expecting the worst This can relate to anything; the outcome of a job interview, the reason the phone is [...]

  • is my child a psychopath

‘Is My Child a Psychopath?’ 5 Signs to Watch Out For

May 18th, 2020|

Are you worried about your child? Have you noticed a disturbing mean streak in them? Are they not fazed by punishment? Have you ever been so frightened of your child’s behaviour that you start to ask yourself, ‘Is my child a psychopath?’ 'Is My Child a Psychopath?' - How to Recognize the Signs Adult psychopaths fascinate us, but they must [...]

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9 Signs of Needy People & How They Manipulate You

May 7th, 2020|

We all have encountered overly clingy and needy people in our lives. Some may have been in a relationship with a too dependent partner, others could have had a friend who asked for one favor after another. While it’s totally human to feel emotionally attached to those around you as well as to ask for their help from time to [...]

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Psychology & Mental Health

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9 Signs You Have Mean World Syndrome & How to Fight It

May 23rd, 2020|

There’s an unwritten rule we all tend to assume. The rule is ‘the more violence a person views on TV, the more violent their tendencies are in real life’. But one person believed the reverse to be true. That in fact, the more violent the media, the more frightened we become. This is Mean World Syndrome. What Is Mean World [...]

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Worry Time: How to Schedule Your Anxieties

May 22nd, 2020|

There’s a new way of dealing with anxiety. It’s a unique process called “worry time”, which schedules a time for your obsessive concerns. For those who suffer from anxiety, worrying seems like a normal part of life. On a personal level, I worry way too much during the day, then keep myself up at night doing the same thing. I [...]

  • How the Law of Reciprocity Works

How the Law of Reciprocity Works & Practical Ways to Use It

May 15th, 2020|

The law of reciprocity is all about an action being rewarded with another action in return. But how does this all work exactly, and how do you best use it to benefit your life and the lives of others? This law is all about spreading to good between us all, and it's something that more people need to practice. This [...]

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  • Quiet Confidence

6 Powers of Quiet Confidence and How to Develop It

May 31st, 2020|

Self-confidence is something many of us wish we had a little more of. Sometimes, we picture a “confident person” as being loud, full of themselves, and obnoxious. They want to be the center of attention and see themselves as above the rest. Fortunately, this isn’t always the case. Some people have a quiet confidence. Quiet confidence is a powerful trait [...]

  • why dont people like me reasons

‘Why Don’t People Like Me?’ 6 Powerful Reasons

May 30th, 2020|

Why don’t people like me? I believe each of us has asked ourselves this question at some point in our lives. Being accepted by others is a natural human need. Even if you no longer care about social acceptance that much, you most probably did when you were a teen and a young adult. Rejection can be painful, and if [...]

  • emotional agility

Why Emotional Agility Is Power and How to Develop It

May 27th, 2020|

Many of us have dealt with numbness and abuse. We have adapted to these negative issues. Now, we should strive for emotional agility, which is powerful. It is one of the most influential and successful attributes a person may have. This ability goes beyond the traumatic effects of abuse or neglect which keep us struggling through life. In fact, having this [...]

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Food for Thought

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22 Unusual Words in English That Will Upgrade Your Vocabulary

June 1st, 2020|

As long as I can remember, I’ve had a love of the English language. I think it comes from my father. Whenever I came across unusual words, he would treat it as an adventure of sorts. ‘Look it up’, he’d say, all the while giving me clues as to the meaning of the word. Now, when I don’t know what [...]

  • stockdale paradox

Stockdale Paradox: How It Can Help You Survive the Worst

April 16th, 2020|

Would you describe yourself as an optimist or a pessimist? Perhaps you’re more of an idealist? Maybe you think it’s important to see the reality of a situation? In any case, is it better to be one or the other? The Stockdale Paradox states that a mixture of realism and optimism is the best way forward. What Is the Stockdale [...]

  • coronavirus lockdown life lessons

5 Lessons Coronavirus Lockdown Teaches Us about Life

April 6th, 2020|

With current coronavirus lockdown in many countries of the world, the regular flow of life has stopped. Basically, our lives have been put on hold. We are asked to stay at home and to reduce our social and outdoor activities to the very minimum. Sounds like an introvert’s definition of paradise, doesn’t it? Yes, in these uneasy times, the quiet [...]

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