Written by Lisa Cybaniak It seems everyone is boasting how having a #positive mindset is benefiting their life. But, what does that mean, and how do you do it? The Myth Many people think to have a positive mindset means they have to always be super happy and excited about life, NO MATTER WHAT. Other #emotions, like anger, sadness, frustration and anxiousness are thought to be emotions to avoid at all costs; that if you feel these ‘negative’ emotions, you’re a negative person.
Everyone has a #story to remember, some pleasant and others tragic. We want the world to appreciate all our efforts and give us the hero tag for all of our #experiences and actions. However, how many of us actually have to courage to share our stories with the world? Questions which appear as obstacles in this process are: what will the world think of me? Will they criticize me or actually appreciate me for all that I have been through? And what if they start comparing their
This title seems a bit off the track which is why you are reading this blog to figure out what exactly is #accessorizing our #emotions. Often we come across people who remind us of what we were or what we would like to be. Keeping our #selfcriticism aside, all of us have that one mentor or one idol that we look up to wishing to experience their life, not knowing that person’s journey. Our #experiences make us who we finally become as they are formed by our thought patterns. D
All of us ask ourselves this simple question…#whoami? Some of us are #lucky to find the answer to it soon enough while others hope to find that one day. There is this constant #conflict within us to know our existence and for others to recognize it. We are always hoping for other people to give us the worth that we wish we could have or #deserve to have. Nonetheless that is the main point of conflict-the feeling of deserving. Do I deserve to have this? Do I deserve to be suc