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By following the password guidelines, we are paradoxically making our private information more prone to hacking, as we are using the language used by computers. We don’t talk in the strange character sequences used in passwords, but the machines do.

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Being Hypervigilant

To be hypervigilant is to have a perpetual vigilance or alertness about what can happen with us or around us. The hypervigilant person is never at peace, never calm, and always obsessed about something or the other.

A lack of emotional stability while growing up, or being a victim/witness of domestic violence, or other environmental factors like being in a war zone, can develop into hypervigilance.

Are You Hypervigilant?


Clothing as part of our identity

Behavioral psychologist Dr. Carolyn Mair states that clothing is so close to us that it becomes part of our identity.

The clothes we wear shows how we want to be perceived, but how we are seen depends on the viewer.

What We Wear is a Reflection of How We Want to be Seen - Mindful


As parents, our children should get unconditional love from us, instead of being tied to excelling in school or sports.

If we wish our child to be authentic, we have to stop putting conditions on our love towards them.

Authentic Living: How to Be Real According to Psychology


EI consists of four domains: self-awareness, social-awareness, self-management, and relationship-management.

Two daily exercises can help create foundational habits for EI.

  • Brain rewiring. Stating five things you're grateful for can help with gratitude.
  • "My emotions today", where you articulate your feelings, can help with emotional awareness.

Meditation and developing SMART (Specific, Measurable, Ambitious, Relevant and Timely) goals, a mission statement and a personal vision statement can also help to strengthen your EI.

In defence of happiness: why emotional intelligence is key in the digital age


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