Body shaming is defined by Oxford Dictionary as "the action or practice of humiliating someone by making mocking or critical comments about their body shape or size". Unfortunately this happens often, sometimes in subtle ways, leaving a person feeling low and robbing them of self-confidence. Here's a look at how to recognize and deal with body shaming in healthy ways.
Studies state that comparing ourselves with others on social media has become common. Sometimes we make unfair comparisons and feel miserable about ourselves. Here's a look at what changes you can make if you find that social media is affecting your self-confidence too much.
Some of us may be caught up in a pattern of worrying, about things we see or hear, about the present or the future. We may end up feeling anxious or apprehensive more than whats helpful. We can learn to manage these worries.
Nowadays, in so many areas of everyday life, from bank ATMs to automated telephone answering services, to smart phones, it is quite possible to avoid dealing with human beings. While technology can make life easier and convenient, it also makes one wonder…. Is it impacting our comfort level of face to face interactions? Are we becoming more shy?
Anger which is ignored, avoided, intentionally forgotten, or not acknowledged is repressed anger and it can have a significant impact in our personal and professional lives. As time passes this anger becomes difficult to recognize or identify which may then lead to certain harmful consequences.