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It takes time for our minds to process the situation properly. Practice patience because you do not need all of the answers right at this instant. Like with any creative process, the first answers aren't usually the best ones.
Keep in mind that the right answers will arrive in due time.
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Concentrate on relaxing, recovering, and giving yourself constructively, healthy thoughts and experiences. Change your everyday habits to more relaxing pursuits and practice silence in order to clear your mind.
If your space of healing allows, make time for your friends and your loved ones...
"If you cannot make a change, change the way you have been thinking. You might find a new solution."
Stop whatever you're doing right now and notice the pattern that has been going on that's caused you despair and change it, regroup it, and remove yourself from the situation.
Don't let the fear of failure take over because you refuse to live in anguish any longer. Take th...
The advice that you've found or that was given to you was uplifting and hopeful. This has given you a more positive outlook in life but what are the steps you can take in order to put your new ideas into practice?
In order to make positive changes and heavily impact your life, it is important to identify the thoughts and actions that put ourselves in the hole of despair in the first place in order to uproot it.
Life seems rough from time to time but we must not lose focus on what's important to us.
Gently daydream about the possibilities you have with your new ideas, but try to approach it in a more relaxed manner where it will naturally surface.
Look for something that sparks your interest and gather ideas from the internet, acquaintances, podcasts, or recommendations and dive in.
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Too often, we skip the process and jump right to deciding. Maybe that’s due to a lack of time, resources, or knowledge— it doesn’t matter.
Whatever your reason is, it’s never an excuse to skip the decision-making process altogether. Because that’s the only way to become a bad decision maker...
The practice was created by a Buddhist teacher named Roshi Joan Halifax. Many people are adopting this practice because it helps us guide ourselves and support ourselves in any given situation.
Even the name itself invites the body and the mind to calm down and alleviate any stres...
We were taught, from the very first years of studying English, that 'any' and 'some' can be used in similar sentences. However, conversation analysts have come to the conclusion that 'any' usually meets with resistance, whereas 'some' will lead to a better response. This might be because 'any' is...
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