What Is Your First Memory?

How does your first memory influence you as a person? What is your first memory, and how does it affect your present? Talking about memory, do you know how much effect it has on you? It is more important than we realize how important our first memory is. Some memory is not at the cognitiveContinue reading “What Is Your First Memory?”

Assertiveness VS Consideration

Assertiveness VS Consideration I don’t know whether this is a challenge for anyone but me. There’s a fine line between being assertive and being inconsiderate of others. That’s probably why some people have trouble asserting themselves, especially to people important to them. Well, I have hands-on experience with assertiveness VS consideration to share. Today IContinue reading “Assertiveness VS Consideration”

How are you brave?

Brevity & How are you brave? Talking about brevity, all the stories about brave heroes and heroines in history just flashed into my head. Although those historical events exhibited various types of heroic courage, most people recognized only the courage to fight the fear of external threats. Brevity to Fight the External or Internal Threats?Continue reading “How are you brave?”

The Peril Of Impression

What impression do you leave in your subconscious mind, and how does your mind interpret it? We heard the saying: “first impression lasts forever.” It tells us how important first impression is. So, in our right mind, we naturally try to make the best first impression. However, little that we know, no matter how goodContinue reading “The Peril Of Impression”

The Power Of Vulnerability

What is vulnerability? Vulnerability is a state of emotional exposure that comes with some degree of uncertainty. It is the brevity of expressing one’s emotions without fear of being seen as weak.   Why are we avoiding vulnerability? With the psychological need for security and safety, many people fear having their emotions, thoughts, or feeling exposed.Continue reading “The Power Of Vulnerability”

Who Are We Judging?

A judge or Judged? Have you ever felt judged after sharing your life experience? Have you deemed a failure when you did something that didn’t turn out well? And have you ever disliked someone when you disagreed with what they did? Well, the truth is we always judge someone, some situation, and even ourselves allContinue reading “Who Are We Judging?”

The Dark Side Of Kindness

When angels turned demons What is Kindness? Before I elaborate on this topic, I would like to define kindness and the difference between kindness and compassion first. Compassion is outward and inward, and it is not necessarily action-oriented. It is more feeling-oriented. Kindness, however, is a behavioral action that others can see. It is aContinue reading “The Dark Side Of Kindness”

How To Let Go Of Your Past Trauma

The Buddhist Way Of Letting Go Of Your Past Trauma Wounds & Emotional Trauma We all have wounds growing up into adulthood. Those wounds might be big or small, depending on how we give meaning to them. Some people experienced trauma since childhood and couldn’t let go. They do not realize the trauma they buryContinue reading “How To Let Go Of Your Past Trauma”

The Psychology Of Dislike

The psychology of dislike and how to deal with your prejudice Have you come across someone you don’t like just from the look of them for no reason? Have you talked to someone for a few moments and started despising them? Or have you met someone offensive and got on your nerve in a flash?Continue reading “The Psychology Of Dislike”

Is your motif philanthropic or egocentric?

Question your motif! Is it philanthropic or egocentric? Question your motif: is it philanthropic or egocentric? Tonight I couldn’t sleep. My heart filled with guilt and shame. After a heated exchange of opinions in a meeting, I felt shameful about my behavior. At first, it was about righteousness. But when my anger faded, I realizedContinue reading Is your motif philanthropic or egocentric?