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.

Denial or Willful Ignorance

Psychoanalysis suggests that we all use some unconscious strategies to maintain our sanity. These strategies are called defense mechanisms. One of them is denial or willful ignorance. Although this strategy can lead to temporary peace, it can bring about many…

Maladaptive Emotions Don’t Exist

Emotions have an adaptive and evolutionary value, as science has been able to demonstrate it. Studies by Barbara L. Fredrickson, Psychology Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, show that basic emotions have an inherent adaptive function.…

Do You Apologize Too Much?

Do you apologize too much? In principle, saying sorry is one of the social glues that strengthens relationships. However, apologizing too much is negative. Remember that the act of apologizing should be significant. This means it shouldn’t be a continuous and…

Does Accepting Negative Emotions Make You Happier?

It isn’t pleasant to experience negative emotions. In fact, it can be downright painful, especially if you consider that your brain is designed to seek pleasure and avoid pain. That’s why accepting negative emotions can be so complicated. As difficult…

The Fear of Taking the Leap

Fear exists because it’s useful. It’s part of your life from the day you’re born to ensure your survival. These days, however, most people don’t live in a forest full of predators. Most of the things that people are afraid…

Seven Common Emotional Issues

To understand these common emotional issues you need to know where they’re coming from. Knowing and accepting their cause is the first step towards getting better and it’ll help you work on it. Emotions can affect how you think or…

Is it Possible to Live without Fear?

You’ve probably wished it were possible to live without fear. However, fear is a basic human emotion that keeps you safe from danger. Unfortunately, it’s also an emotion that likes to take control. This makes it hard sometimes to tell whether…

How to Cultivate Your Inner World

Learning how to cultivate your inner world is just as important for your well-being as staying in shape. Your thoughts, emotions, values, and attitudes have a huge influence on the way you experience the world. This is why more and more people…

How to Be More Eloquent

How eloquent you are strongly influences your relationships. It also indirectly affects your self-esteem and your ability to deal with conflict. Speaking skills are about more than the image you’re trying to project to the world. Expressing yourself properly is…

Overcoming a Physical Flaw

Overcoming a physical flaw or defect can be a huge challenge. When you don’t accept your flaws, they cause shame, shyness, nervousness, feelings of inferiority, etc. However, feeling inferior at a particular moment doesn’t mean you have an inferiority complex.…

Five Scientific Reasons to Meditate

As your worries grow, so does your need to disconnect from those worries. That’s when meditation becomes all the more valuable. In this article, we are going to take a look at five scientific reasons to meditate. The number of testimonies…

It’s Possible to Mold Your Thoughts

Thinking is like breathing: we generally do it without even realizing. Our thoughts also help us make decisions. In fact, without these internal mental processes, we’d have a really hard time getting through certain situations, especially uncertain ones. But did you…

Keep an Open Mind and Think Critically

Children have many natural abilities that never cease to amaze adults, including the fact that they have an unbiased view of the world. Consequently, they’re less resistant to learning new things. In that sense, children represent the paradigm of the…