There are destructive individuals among us, who has a toxic personality. They can be found in plain sight or be hiding in the weeds, waiting to prey on your sensitivities like a plague. This only to feed their ego, to fortify their low self-esteem.
Their negative ways, are usually considered the downside of the human condition. We all know one or several toxic people, as we try to avoid them at all costs.
We are usually associated with them as relatives, siblings, someone we work with, or know them socially …
Where guilt resides and festers is in our hearts and brain. What the mind does is constantly regrets, while dwelling over and over again the mistakes we’ve made. At times, the guilt can become unbearable.
Often, we’re not even aware of the guilt our subconscious mind can carry. During these times, we need to recognize this guilt to achieve peace of mind.
To recognize guilt in others, we need to know the emotional and physical signs they display. Guilt is defined as, when a person believes they’ve violated a moral …
What we all have is this innate desire to become more lovable, popular and successful in our lives, at everything we do. What’s known, is there are certain ways, a protocol of sorts you can follow on how to become more popular, with a bit of polishing.
Then, you can advance to getting more of what you want in life. There are certain universal rules to achieve this popularity, which is the tonic used by those who are successful.
Try to be as pleasantly nice as possible at all times, …
The biggest mistake you can make is to avoid mistakes. It’s considered a fatal error attempting to do things right the first time, or be too scared to try. Mistakes are happenstance of life. If you aren’t making mistakes in life, then you’re not trying hard enough.
In the results orientated economy we live in, some now become disappointed, if they don’t fail or encounter obstacles.
The only ones who don’t make mistakes, are those who are timidly living out their lives without taking risks, and not progressing forward.
What regulates how you feel, what your aptitude is, what your current state of mind is at, is by you being mindfully aware to manage and control your emotions. Our mood can instantly swing back and forth by the moment, as we’re constantly bombarded with unforeseen exterior forces.
This alters how you look, think, feel and come across. It’s up to you to know and gauge what mood you’re currently in, and then adjust it accordingly.
Your goal, should be to remain as steady and calm as possible, at this …