Wellness

Having a good quality of life is about learning to invest in your well-being. We encourage you to discover yourself, focus on your identity and your potential as a person. We invite you to strengthen your self-esteem and find that balance between mind and body to achieve happiness. Because wellness means looking after your emotions and at the same time discovering the inspiration behind the best sayings, theories, and approaches which help you grow a little more every day.

The Things You Don’t Name Stop Existing

Where do the nameless fears go? Where does your mind store the emotions that you’ve let go of? How do you deal with the things that bring you pain if you avoid them? Where’s the final resting place of those…

The Five Fears All Humans Share

We should never forget the fact that fear is a healthy emotion. It’s part of your survival instincts. Some fears that we all share are perfectly reasonable. In fact, getting rid of them entirely wouldn’t be a good idea. That’s because…

Developing a Friendship with Yourself

Developing a friendship with yourself is one of the best things you can do because the person who should love you and protect you the most is you. No matter what, you’re the only one who’s going to be with…

Explosive Anger is a Sign of Something Serious

We’ve all lost our temper at least once in our lives. You know the feeling. Anger takes over your thoughts, your speech, and your actions. You feel out of control. Did you know there’s a physiological reason for feeling that…

Disgust: The Forgotten Emotion

We don’t talk much about disgust although it’s one of the basic emotions. When we want to eat something but perceive an unpleasant smell, we automatically decide to throw it away. The same happens when we smell something unpleasant in…

Five Truths that Emotionally Mature People Accept

Emotionally mature people know that life isn’t always easy or fair. Therefore, they don’t hold anyone responsible for their happiness or suffering. Likewise, they don’t expect anyone to hold the key to their well-being. They’re the only ones responsible for…

The Five Most Common Relationship Conflicts Couples Have

The most common relationship conflicts couples have nowadays are very different from those our grandparents had. Relationships have changed drastically in these last three or four decades. In fact, new sources of conflict have emerged since gender roles and family structures…

Feeling Protected Makes Us Happy

All human beings need protection. Sometimes we’re fragile and feel a deep need to be protected. This is a fundamental need that exists from the time we’re born until the day we die. Feeling protected helps us create healthy attachments with those around…

Three Differences Between Emotions and Feelings

You have surely confused emotions with feelings more than once. We experience both at the same time, and they prove easy to confuse. But it’s very important to know the difference between emotions and feelings. We must manage each one…

Three Myths About Romantic Love

These myths about romantic love are some of humanity’s biggest lies. They stem from people’s tendency to idealize the “perfect couple.” We idealize each other and love is a convenient way to cover up each other’s defects. Love is everywhere.…

The Heartbreaking Process of Falling out of Love

Falling out of love refers to that frightening vertigo that results from realizing that the person we love isn’t who we thought they were. Alfred Hitchcock portrayed this feeling all too well in his film Vertigo (1958). Falling out of love…

How to Make a Child an Emotional Expert

You make countless decisions every day. You make many of them automatically, but you do get a chance to reason through some. Emotions influence each of these decisions. Unfortunately, strong emotions can sometimes make you do things that go against…