I feel like psychologists laugh when they hear people proclaim “New Year, New Me”. Not because they are cynical, but because they know how difficult it is to change even one thing, let alone a deeply engrained ego identity constructed over a lifetime. Nevertheless, I think we all start the new year with a grandContinue reading “Managing New Years Overwhelm”
We live within the limits of our minds. The universe is infinite, what is available to us is limitless beyond measure. And the universe is entirely impartial; it is a constant creator, it will generate what you ask it to generate. What you step towards, it will bring forward. The seeds you sow are the fruits you reap.
So my advice is this: keep it within you, no matter the cost. No matter what happens, always bring your own happiness. You’ll find it’s an unlimited reserve, and as unromantic and mechanic as it can seem, it is a capacity that grows the more you tend to it. Cultivate happiness and harvest fulfillment.
The coronavirus pandemic has brought many changes to our lives. While many of these changes were unwanted, some may actually have positive implications for our mental, physical, and financial wellbeing.
If you deal with panic attacks, you are not alone. Approximately 11% of people in the US will experience a panic attack each year, and for many, it’s a regular occurrence. Fortunately, there are ways you can reduce your risks of having a panic attack, as well as ways to make any panic attacks you do have easier to handle.