Selfless men tend to be happier than selfish ones
Harsh self-criticism can have a negative impact on your self-esteem. It can make the day-to-day demands of life feel like an overwhelming challenge. And self-criticism can cause stress, which can, in turn, lead to anxiety and depression. Nobody benefits from beating up on themselves.
Letting go may require repeated efforts to shift your consciousness away from the problem.
Stop beginning any spoken sentence with Candidly, Honestly, Quite Frankly, Truthfully, or To Tell You The Truth.
How do we understand the strength of someone’s character?
Our gift as a species is the ability to rise above gut reactions and employ our meta-cognition to evaluate our own thoughts. When we do that, our empathy allows us to understand one another’s points of view.
What story are you co-creating with your loved one? Kyle Benson shows us how we distort reality with our thoughts.
The meaning of life can be found in the care and compassion of others…when you take the time to look.
12 people, 12 jobs. So many ways to match up people wrong.
Life presents cycles to us for learning and overall progression from where we once were mentally—opportunities for further maturation.
Gary Bouchard’s blank verse “ripped from the headlines” poem is a remarkable meditation on cycles and human habit.
3-year-olds are neither devils nor angels. They are learning humans, who are basically sampling the entirety of human nature as they grow and change.
Ultimately all employees really only want one thing.
Are we pushing the limits of human nature or trying to figure out where they might be?
Matthew Rozsa identifies 3 things to stop doing if you want to give your relationship—romantic, platonic, familiar, et cetera—a chance.
Sisters comparing each other? Dear Dad takes on how to handle young girls’ competitiveness.