You’re not different your pain can be comforted It’s hard to cry for some people… tears don’t come out due to experiences they have faced; so shedding a tear can be rock bottom for them. People process pain differently. Anorexia, bulimia, rage, silence, self-injury are forms of emotional behavior people experience which harm their lives.… Read More Everyone processes pain in their own way so don’t beat yourself up
Go for it! You’re never going to be 100% ready Go for it! Start now and don’t wait for an ideal moment which will happen according to your precision timing of where, when, and how you will like to decide to accept help. Today can be the day and not tomorrow. Go for it! I… Read More How to overcome anxiety when deciding to get help
Why people may not be thinking about what you think they’re thinking Being self-conscious makes you feel that what you think people are thinking about you is real. Suicide can be prevented when you block out negative feelings about what you think people are saying behind your back. Sometimes, when you hear people speak about… Read More Why mind reading can harm your emotions
It’s like it’s a scar that must be hidden. Like some dirty secret. An ugly sweater you keep in the back of the closet and only bring it out when that aunt comes to visit. You hide it. You deny it, even to yourself. There are the days when you tell yourself “I’m ok”, as… Read More Depression and Denial
The difference between a progressive experience, and a life-changing experience The moment you figure out that you want a better life for yourself — that’s life-changing. It’s your AHA! Moment. The Self-help realisation experience. The decision to help yourself is unique. It can sound familiar when someone speaks about their own experience, but the AHA!… Read More Why life-changing experiences matter
You don’t have to say it out loud At one point in our lives there was something we couldn’t share about ourselves. We hid it, kept it out of sight, and it was only you who knew about it. One day things changed and people got to know about what you were doing. How did… Read More What’s your biggest addiction?
A young man passing through the woods saw a wolf who was already paralyzed in all four legs. He wants to know how the wolf can survive. Soon he saw a tiger coming with his game antelope. The tiger eats to his heart’s content and leaves leftovers for the wolf. The next day, God fed… Read More We Are The Instruments
Can you save yourself, or do you need to be saved spirituality in order to get help? Oxford languages on Goggle describes redemption as “the action of saving or being saved from sin, error, or evil.” Is God the only one who can save me? Do you want to be saved from the battles you’re… Read More Why Redemption and Self-help are one and the same
Are you the same person from one year ago? You are not the same person. Fact! You have gotten better somewhere in your life from one year ago. Things may not be perfect but there’s something you’re doing better than one year ago. No matter what situation you are in… you are doing something better… Read More Why reflecting on your emotions and feelings is very important
It’s not worth it Good principles are important. Self-help rules you live by you do not need to please everyone as long as you live by standards which benefit your life. If people abandon you because of your standards, its okay. You will meet like-minded people who understand the importance of having good principles. Are… Read More Don’t live your life on the edge
Phobia means “an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something.” Oxford languages on Goggle. What are you afraid of when you stop yourself from trying? Friends can be a big fear… scared to follow your dreams because it doesn’t align with you groups culture. But there’s always the loudest one in the group — what if he… Read More Fear of failure phobia
When you cannot manage your emotions it can have detrimental consequences Medicalnewstoday.com states: “Having low EI means that a person has difficulty recognizing and understanding their emotions and those of others. People with low EI may also have poor emotion regulation and find it difficult to use their emotions to attain personal goals.” So I… Read More Do you have poor emotional intelligence?
When you use the right emotions you develop. But use the wrong emotions and your life can suffer.… Read More How to overcome Social Anxiety
People can push cars to start them but not your emotions Retaliation is revenge… that’s the crux of it. Doing something which will harm the other person, physically or emotionally. You’d like to make the other person feel the pain you’re feeling when they hurt you. Don’t harm them. Don’t bother their spirit. If they… Read More Don’t retaliate
Being a teen is hard enough. If you add mental health struggles to that, makes life for some unbearable. In this world of social media, peer pressures can be amplified. Anxiety and Depression are the most common issues dealt with. Depression and Anxiety should not be taken lightly. Teen suicides have increased dramatically since 2019. … Read More World Teen Mental Health Day