We all have an internal chatter and, most of the time, it’s not a friendly one. It talks in the backs of our minds and is constantly lying to us, subtly but damagingly. It’s a coping mechanism, but is it really helpful? Learn about the most common lies we tell ourselves and how to stop doing that.
Saying no is terrifying to many people, but it doesn’t have to be. Learning how to say no will give you a skill you need to value yourself more and live a more fulfilling life. Once you stop being a people pleaser, you can focus on what is truly important to you.
Fear paralyzes us and keeps us stuck. It robs us of opportunities and creates artificial hurdles in our way. How can we thrive then? How can we kill those demons and overcome fear?
All of us have been angry or upset at someone else at least a few times in our lives. No matter how accepting, reconciling and peaceful you are, you are bound to get into a situation where you get angry with a friend, co-worker or a member of your family. It seems as if the anger in our lives is growing in the last few decades, but I am not sure that this is an actual true statistic. I think that nowadays we have a lot more tools to express our anger in a public manner that it has become much more obvious and in our face.