We have all had ungrateful people in our lives. Those folks that seem to think we were put on this earth to serve them or fix the messes they get themselves into. They expect people to pick up after them or help them with things but never seem to get to the “thank you very much for your help.” portion of the interaction. They also never seem to be happy or content with the way…"6 Behaviors of People Who Aren’t Thankful (And How To Avoid Having Them)"
Words can either build someone up or break them down, and we have to the power to choose our words carefully. Something that seems harmless to us might hurt someone else, so before we say something, we should always think about how it will affect the other person. Words carry energy, some positive and some negative. Words can change lives, or they can destroy them. We carry this power in our hands and hearts, so…"AMAZING! Here’s How A Teacher Uses Apples To Show How Words Can Hurt"
Sometimes, sensitive people appear weak. They give in and they forgive with the same intensity that they love. They feel from the deepest part of their spirit. They shed tears without shame, show vulnerability, and usually blame themselves for things that they feel in others. In spite of being hurt, sensitive people still hold compassion in their hands, willing to give to everyone who needs. They share their knowledge in the simplest ways; through a…"Sensitive People Are Beautiful. . ."
In life, it already seems like we have enough to stress about, so why add to it? Unfortunately, many people simply care about things that don’t matter as much, and turn their cheek toward things they actually SHOULD focus on. We tend to overthink things so much that it becomes an obsession, such as worrying about what others think of us, how our hair looks, or how much money we have in the bank. Then,…"7 Things You Don’t Need To Stress About (Even If You Think You Do)"
Learning the success habits of inspired people is not hard; it is just a matter of practicing being who you aspire to be. It’s easier to turn the alarm off than to get up and go work out, but the person you want to be is already back from a run and making breakfast. In this article we will look at the habits that make up the go-getters, the movers and shakers, and the early…"7 Habits of Inspired People"
In our society, it seems that more people live with depression than ever before. According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 350 million people globally suffer from this horribly debilitating mental illness. However, just because you or someone you know suffers from depression, does not mean you have to go through it alone or feel misunderstood. Almost everyone goes through depression in some part of their life, even if they don’t have it chronically.…"This Is For Every Person Who Has Ever Been Depressed"
Us humans, by nature, are highly social creatures. Most of us appreciate and enjoy being in the company of our social circle – a quality that allows us to share personal experiences with others. A good example of this common characteristic is the relatively recent explosion of various social networking tools; something that illustrates the strong human desire for social belonging and interaction. Toxic friendships don’t help us reach that goal…at all. “Relationships are –…"How To Let Go And Move On From Toxic Friendships"
STOP GIVING YOUR LIFE AWAY. . . Stop giving away your power. Start harnessing your strength. Stop handing your happiness to someone else so they can keep it for themselves. Start taking care of your own needs. Stop forgetting your inner child. Start embracing the youth that wants to come out and play. Stop forgetting to laugh because it brings discomfort to another. Start enjoying this journey. Stop trying to fix everyone else, just focus…"Stop Giving Your Life Away…"
“These (study) findings suggest the need for institutions and public health entities to plan for intervention and prevention resources and strategies during periods of reduced sun time.” – Journal of Affective Disorders We’ve instinctively known that sun affects mood for some time, haven’t we? One of the first things most people do in the morning is glimpse outside. If it’s raining, we feel kind of bummed out. If the sun’s out…well, we just feel good.…"Researchers Reveal How A Lack of Sunlight Affects Your Mental Health"
“(The) most common research finding (is) that the first negative attribution people start marking when the relationship becomes less happy is “my partner is selfish” … They then start to see their partner’s momentary distance and irritability as a sign of a lasting negative trait. (In) happier relationships, people make lasting positive trait attributions, (and) tend to write off their partner’s momentary emotional distance and irritability as a temporary attribution, like “my partner is stressed.”…"Psychologist Reveals 7 Behaviors That Are The Biggest Predictors of A Healthy Relationship"