Sometimes we reject good things as a defense mechanism. Our prediction of the outcome becomes a precaution and we end it up refraining from it.
The Help You Misunderstood
Not all who are opposing you are against you, sometimes, they’re just against the patterns of your thoughts.
What’s your usual coping mechanism?
In the real world, we can't turn back time. We may have an imaginary picture of what our current reality could look like. But we can't change what we did. Minor or major, private or public, it left an impact that keeps us rethinking the event over and over again.
Triggers don’t cause our response.
I didn’t choose this plot. Why am I drowning in this hole of thoughts like a reaction I’ve set on default. I didn’t want to end up here. God, bring this to a halt. This is not my fault. We all have emotional triggers. If you’ve been scared, disappointed, pressured or traumatized before, you'll … Continue reading Triggers don’t cause our response.
3 Reasons You’re Not Entirely Lost
“ Seriously, how did I get here?” You can’t exactly point out when you started feeling like this, nor can you figure out how it started. You were motivated, and you tried to do everything the best way you could and for the most part, things turned out - decent. And so you kept going, … Continue reading 3 Reasons You’re Not Entirely Lost
Your Opinion is Not that Important.
Not everyone wants to hear what you think, but everyone wants to feel heard. When shame, guilt and anxiety fuels isolation, the purpose of human connection and relationships should be to create a safe place for vulnerability, a place that is free from judgement. But when people open up, we often feel like our advice needs … Continue reading Your Opinion is Not that Important.