Latest articles by Gonzalo Arreola
Happiness Is a State of Mind

There are hundreds of books and conferences that claim to have the formulas for happiness, but they’re all very vague. Many of them state that happiness comes from the outside. They believe that happiness is at the top of a mountain…

Anxiety Symptoms You Should Know

Every person experiences anxiety differently. Anxiety is like a liquid that keeps its color but adapts to the shape of the recipient it’s in. In this metaphor, the color is the set of anxiety symptoms that manifest in most cases.…

Fear Will Never Disappear

Thinking about the fact that fear will never disappear can lead to anxiety. Just the thought of it makes your heart beat faster. It’s something natural or, at least, understandable. Society has taught you to run away from fear instead of facing it. But,…

Delirium in Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia. Therefore, the deterioration of the cognitive functions seems to be the core of the disease’s cognitive symptoms. However, other symptoms can play an important role as well. Among many others, we can…

The Four Types of Buddhism

Buddhism isn’t organized according to hierarchies of power like in other religions. In other religions, the person who houses the wisdom of the sacred texts is at the top. However, we can find different schools, branches, or types of Buddhism where the…

Five Advantages of Going on a Meditation Retreat

How much time do you dedicate exclusively to yourself? Most people would answer that they don’t dedicate any time to themselves. Sometimes, we dedicate our time and life to things that are more distracting than enjoyable. That’s why it’s so important…

What Factors Influence Our Mood?

Mood isn’t only what makes us smile or laugh out loud. Generally, it’s related to an external thing (situation, place, other people, etc.) or internal thoughts. It refers exclusively to internal feelings, which are subjective. It doesn’t cover the external…

The Snowflake Generation

The snowflake generation or millennial generation consists of those who reached adulthood in the decade of 2010. It’s a term that older generations use due to the supposed ‘volatility’ or ‘fickleness’ that characterize those who belong to this generation. According to the media, the snowflake generation…

Six Work Motivation Techniques

Work motivation is an important aspect. Although people tend to believe that it’s always there, the reality is that in many cases it’s not. Nevertheless, the good news is that we can increase our work motivation if we make the right…

Late Adolescence: An Increasingly Common Phenomenon

Age is becoming less and less important in today’s world. We’ve discovered that life doesn’t necessarily conform to the theoretical frameworks we’ve designed. The phenomenon of late adolescence proves it. First of all, we have to mention that adolescence is that…

Three Misconceptions about Children and Grief

Grief is a painful process that even children experience. However, we don’t always understand how they experience it. Actually, despite the fact that most children resolve their grief without major complications, it’s important to understand how they go through this process…

My Fear of Illness Is Killing Me

Everyone has a fear of illness. It’s one of the most universal fears, related to the fear of death or the fear of madness. A healthy person doesn’t want to die since their self-preservation instinct is intact. But sometimes, this fear of…

The Four Most Common Headaches

Headaches are one of the most common sources of discomfort. Although their cause may be uncertain, their symptoms can indicate the type of headache you’re having. Therefore, to treat the discomfort effectively, it’s important to determine the type of headache that’s tormenting…

The Work Zombie

Work zombies exists in every professional setting. We recognize them instantly because they always appear to be very busy. However, in reality, all a work zombie does is delegate responsibilities to other people. They’re ineffective and bad teammates but somehow know how…

When You’re Your Own Worst Enemy

Have you ever felt that you were your own worst enemy? There’s no doubt that living a full life and achieving our desires isn’t easy. In fact, this is a journey with a beginning, but no end. On the other hand,…

Do You Know the Seven Types of Non-Monogamy?

Who said that relationships are only built between two people? Many people have discovered that monogamy isn’t the only option. Thus, terms like ‘relational orientation’ have emerged. It means that just as people are attracted to a certain gender (or…

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