Emotions and Personality
5 days, 5 exercises to begin the practice of feeling better.
- For the next 5 days, we will perform exercises for each of these components.
- Some components have more than one exercise. In this case, you could either choose one for yourself or do both.
- You can do the task at any point of the day, however, start your day with reading what the task is, just so you are prepared.
Breaking Down Primary and Secondary Emotions
The human experience is designed to be whole, complete, full or rich. This completeness demands that we experience a range of different emotions, even the painful ones because they all play a function in our lives. Read our article below to understand different kinds of emotions, and how they help us.
Managing Guilt and Shame
Most of us experience guilt and shame in our lifetimes, some of us more than others. These are two powerful and intense emotions that shape and inform much of what we choose in our lives and they are very close companions of each other, with a few key differences. Read this article to understand more about each of these emotions and their impact on us.
Nurture your Self Confidence
Self confidence is the ability to believe in one’s own abilities to affect the future outcomes based on the past events or experiences. Low self confidence can be an impediment in one's growth whereas high confidence can help one set and achieve goals. Learn how you can nurture your self confidence to bring out the best in you.
Rebuilding Realistic Expectations
We go through different phases of life with the intent of making a change for the better. When doing this it helps to maintain a realistic mindset. This might be something that we often miss out on. Having expectations of ourselves is natural but we often keep having expectations of ourselves without a break. This can become tiresome and seem unrealistic. This article will help you learn how you can form realistic expectations from yourself.
Building a Healthy Self- Image
Self-image can be defined as one’s perception of oneself in the context of their relationships, performance, and appearance. One evaluates his/her strengths and weaknesses in these areas to form an image of himself/ herself. Based on the positive and negative attributes, one ascribes certain labels to his/ her identity which either encourages one to work towards success or discourages one from even trying. This article aims to help you develop a healthy self image which is an important aspect of your overall sense of wellbeing.
A Roadmap to Relationships
Human beings thrive on connection and suffer greatly in its absence. A large part of our lives is spent interacting with other people or thinking about such interactions. There are undeniable, profound psychological benefits of having close relationships. This article shows how you can build meaningful and long-lasting relationships to reap these benefits.
The Power of Hope
Simply because life is tough. We are faced by various kinds of challenges and sometimes just setting goals or being positive is not enough. Hope is not only a feel- good emotion, it serves numerous purposes to help each person in dealing effectively with situations they are faced with. This article aims to introduce to you how the concept of hope is a very powerful tool and skill for every person to adopt.
Shifting Away From Fear-Driven Ideas About Being Single in Your 30s
It is very common for people to feel that being single in your 30s is something that is not okay. Due to this notion, the urgency and focus to change status quo cause a lot of unnecessary pain and struggle. This article looks at a few ways in which we can re-frame the narrative around being single. As one that isn't fear-driven but also taking into account the many different positives in a person's life.
Is Change the Answer to My Problems?
We are sometimes of the belief that if we had that one big change in our lives, our lives would be completely different. Life would become easier to manage and the majority of our problems wouldn't affect us as much. However, sometimes, it's also true that we get the desired change we want in life but our levels of happiness don't really change in the long-term.