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The Natural Course

The Natural Course

Many claim that there is a way of detaching from such emotional situations, using your logic to essentially “talk yourself out of” feelings and convince yourself that though they may be valid, these emotions aren’t necessarily true.

Researchers claim that the triangle of thoughts, feelings, and behaviours is reciprocal. Any change in the cycle has an influence on the others


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The Art of Detachment: Learning to Let Go

The Art of Detachment: Learning to Let Go

Practicing detachment is part of life.

I’m not trying to say that success and happiness are bad things to be chasing, it’s just that I came to a realise : chasing something too hard can lead to a lot of expectations and attachment to the out...


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Letting Go.

Letting Go.

We all know by now that an outcome in any given situation is unpredictable. There are too many factors to know exactly what might happen.

It may turn out the way we want, or it may not, but there’s no way to know which way it’ll go.

Letting go of the outcome is a p...


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