In this crucial time when the whole world had been devastated by the Corona Virus outbreak, everyone is mostly going nuts at home trying to figure out ways so as to not get #bored. When many people have financial #stress as this virus has hit the economy as well, others worry if they will be the next ones to get infected. Meanwhile there are also ignorant people out there who consider all the government measures to reduce to spread of this virus, nothing but a joke. They stil
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.
Colors play a very powerful role in our lives and keep us attached to certain #feelings and #memories. The artist Pablo Picasso once remarked "Colors, like features, follow the changes of the #emotions." It is not a coincidence that colors affect our moods as there is a deep-rooted connection between the two. Research states that colors are similar to emotions as you can mix them and have fantastic outcomes. But not all of us believe in all those studies until we ourselves #e
Why is it that we always have these #emotions which we feel make us weak? Is there any way to stop this #selftalk that goes on and on within us and drives us crazy? Logically thinking there is no way to stop this self-talk but practically speaking we can control it. We choose to #believe that we become weak when we become emotional, but in reality we only become weak when we give our power to others. And this fear of others #manipulating our #thoughts is simply unbearable. It