So, what might then happen if you do not create stories for your social media feeds, or refrain from getting constantly caught up in the feeds of others?
When we compare our life with the glitzy images of success we see on social media, it’s easy to feel mediocre and second-rate. But, as life coach Hans Schumann explains, the chase to become extraordinary may end up doing more harm than good.
It’s a day about love. All of it.
I got caught up in seeing the best parts of everyone else’s lives and created my own image of what qualities a successful person should have.
Men have unmistakably, been walking the journey of external self-improvement, albeit to a subdued degree, but the struggles to achieve the perfect ripped bodies are on the minds of most men in this cuture.
For many years they were my guide, and then suddenly, they were irrelevant.
Sometimes I look up at the night sky and wonder why I’m stressed about a deadline or some arbitrary goal. Seen from outer space, the concerns of this solitary human must surely seem laughable.
It’s better to bloom late than to never bloom at all.
We yearn for the security and love of childhood, setting our partners to a standard that they can never meet.
It’s enough. You are enough. Without all the bulls**t. Even if you lost everything.
You cannot win the comparison game because the goal posts are constantly shifting.
What I do remember are the experiences I’ve had with my family and friends.
Ultimately, for me, it’s meant stepping out of the matrix and into reality, and living my life, my way.
Overall, dating is a learning process in which two people take time to get to know each
There is only one person you can change.
Your body naturally detoxifies itself—so why are there all these aggressive detox programs out there?