Category: 2 minute reads
Which animal would you compare yourself to and why?
Being born on the cusp of Leo would make sense for me to say I am a lion, too. But lions symbolize strength, and I’m tired of being strong and defined by my strength.
Example of a celebrity’s all-or-nothing thinking destroying their confidence
All-or-nothing thinking is a mental filter that can negatively affect your confidence. Here we point out an example from the media.
Example of how media is keeping you from your weight loss goals… and making you mentally unwell
You need to reject toxic advice in your environment if you want to achieve goals and mental wellness. Here’s an example.
Everything you need to know about a harsh inner critic, and how to stop it
Inner critics are bullies. Here is everything you need to know about harsh inner critics and how to stop it in a quick 2 minute read.
Book review: The Four Agreements
General information Book Name: The Four Agreements: A Practical Guide to Personal FreedomAuthor: Don Miguel RuizPublish Year: 1997Genre: Self-Help, Personal Growth, Spirituality Pages: 138Highlights: Over a decade on the NY Times Bestseller Lis. Translated into 46 languages Ruiz claims the four agreements are an ancient Toltec wisdom, that when used, will help those who practice…
5 Common beliefs that limit you
Limiting beliefs can be hard to spot. And a lot of resources are generic. Here are 5 limiting beliefs that are likely holding you back.
If Someone Says This They’re Trying to Manipulating You
People have been emotionally manipulating others for ages. Probably since the beginning of time. Maybe they do it without realizing. Or maybe they think it’s OK. Whatever the case, they’re going to keep doing it until we no longer fall for it. A popular form of manipulation is either-or statements. But they don’t need to…
33+ Examples of All-or-Nothing Thinking
Certain words are associated with all-or-nothing thinking. If you know what they are you can watch out for them and catch yourself when you’re thinking in all-or-nothing terms.
Cognitive Distortions—What They Are and Why You Need to Know About Them
Cognitive distortions and well-being clash. Because cognitive distortions undermine our mental and emotional well-being. And when we think with cognitive distortions we limit ourselves. We get in the way of our personal growth, our development and limit our potential success. Luckily, we have the power to overcome cognitive distortions! The first step is knowing what…
Trade: “In spite of” with “In light of”
We need to remind ourselves that what people say is what they think (unless they are speaking proven facts) and that we have the ability to reject their statements.