Emotions

Emotions are a fundamental element in the lives of every living being. In this category, you’ll discover articles that explain where emotions come from and how to manage them.

Be Bored – Your Brain Will Thank You For It

It’s not true that you have to fight boredom using only external stimuli. It’s possible to deal with boredom by yourself and in silence. In fact, it’s a skill that you can master. This skill can increase your creative capacity.

What do Most People Regret?

Numerous studies have looked into answering the question: what do most people regret? One of these studies became famous. It studied people who were about to die because of terminal illnesses or just old age.

Find Fulfillment With the Five Minute Journal

Writing in a diary or just jotting down your thoughts in a notebook are powerful tools to help you get in touch with yourself. However, there’s another way that has become more popular in recent years. It’s called the Five…

5 Keys to Being More Accepting of Failure

There are people who are incapable of tolerating any minor setback or trouble. When their expectations aren’t met, they feel distressed. When their projects don’t have a great outcome, they have no tolerance for failure. This also happens when they experience…

When Nothing Seems to Go Your Way

We’re going to be quite blunt in this article. When nothing seems to go your way, you may simply need to stop trying to control everything. Trying to stop or fix things that are out of your control rarely goes…

How To Maintain Inner Peace

One of the principles of the Hawaiian philosophy Ho’oponopono states: “Take care of the exterior as well as the interior, because everything is one“. This idea of unity is fundamental to understand how dissociative disorders work and to nourish our…

This is How Smart People Handle Toxic People

The way that smart people handle toxic people says a lot about their psychological abilities. They don’t let themselves be steamrolled. They know how to set limits and they’re aware of the impact that damaging relationships can have on their…

5 Simple Habits to Cultivate Patience

Most of us are aware of how important patience is. But there’s a big difference between wanting to be patient and actually being patient. The world we live in today isn’t exactly conducive to peace and calm.

Why Stay in a Relationship You Don’t Want to be In?

If you’re in a relationship, there’s always a possibility that you’ll start wondering if you should stay in it or give up. Discomfort, sadness, loneliness, or a feeling of emptiness can all become unbearable. It doesn’t always matter that you have this…

Somatic Emotions in Emotionally Dependent People

If you’ve ever suffered from anxiety, you’re probably familiar with the idea of somatic emotions. That is when your body starts to develop physical symptoms for no apparent reason. Some examples are feeling something in our throat, a sudden rash,…

5 Lessons to Learn From an Unexpected Breakup

A breakup is an extremely painful experience. It’s even worse if one of the partners is still deeply in love with the other person. Love can bring a lot of beautiful things to your life, but it can also bring suffering. It’s…

6 Attitudes That Push You Away From Others

Being physically apart isn’t the only way to end up being distant from your loved ones. Sometimes, even when they’re right beside you, you can feel like they’re not there at all. With relationships, your connection doesn’t just grow from being…

The Rational Rider and Emotional Horse: Finding Balance

The brain is symbolically divided into two hemispheres. The right side is the “emotional” or “intuitive” hemisphere and the left is the “rational” side. Achieving balance, and therefore well-being, is determined by the relationship between those opposing sides.

What’s a Baby’s Smile Telling Us?

Most gestures or sounds a newborn baby makes are, in general, adorable. But there’s one that stands out especially: a baby’s smile. When we see such a small being smile or have a giggling fit, it awakens our innermost feelings and…