Creativity

Psychology Around the Net: April 14, 2018

upgrading your mind

Happy Saturday, sweet readers! Did everyone survive yesterday? Or did you even realize it was Friday 13th? Honestly, I didn’t remember until around noon yesterday. To quote the great Michael Scott, “I’m not superstitious, but I am a little stitious.” In other words, I didn’t wake up and begin anxiously awaiting doom around every corner, but, once I did remember ...

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Seeing Through the Cloud of High-Functioning Anxiety

5 Ways to Show Your Partner You Care — Just by Being Mindful

Between good mental health and a diagnosable mental health disorder, there is a vast no-man’s land of different mental states. The nature of life means that we will inevitably experience dizzying happiness, desperate sadness and everything in between, including a certain amount of fear, worry and anxiety. In fact, it wouldn’t be normal to never experience negative emotions, but generally ...

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9 Exercises to Better Understand Yourself — And Make Better Decisions

9 Exercises to Better Understand Yourself — And Make Better Decisions

Having a deep understanding of ourselves is vital for everything we do. It’s vital for our well-being. It’s vital for building close, sincere relationships. It’s vital for creating a meaningful, fulfilling, satisfying life. Because it’s hard to make good decisions if we don’t know what we want, if we don’t know who we are, if we don’t know what’s important ...

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7 Ways to Stop Time

5 Ways to Show Your Partner You Care — Just by Being Mindful

Many of us have an iffy relationship with time. Largely, we resent it. Because when we’d rather time slow down, it seems to, almost on purpose, sprint and slip away from us. This is why many of us find ourselves desperately trying to outwit time. We invent and employ strategies to perform tasks faster. We sample all sorts of productivity ...

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