Wellness and Mind

  • Why It Is Necessary to Show Emotions

      From a young age, we are made to believe that expressing emotions is a sign of weakness. It shows the other person that you have a soft heart and...
  • Personal boundaries: how do they work and why are they important?

    Every living cell has walls that separate it from the surrounding world. The cell walls not only protect the cell from external dangers but also f...
  • The Importance of Prioritizing your Mental Health

    It's high time that we start treating mental health as one of our topmost priorities. We won't ask a child with a broken bone to walk it off; neit...
  • The Essence Of Self-Care

    Imagine that you have a rare flower of extraordinary beauty. You are very fond of it and want to ensure it retains its luster for as long as possi...
  • Rules to Help Make Your Morning Good

    The morning ritual significantly impacts your whole day. This article shares some rules to help make your morning good! Find out more!
  • Psychological Tricks to Improve Memorization

    Who doesn't want excellent memory? The good thing is that there are a few psychological tricks for retaining information. Read on to find out!
  • How Do I Get my Motivation Back to Work?

    Even if you love your job, it is normal to have a bit of slack and lose motivation. But, how to get your motivation back to work? Read on and find out!
  • A Question You Should Ask Yourself More Often

    Do I feel comfortable? It is the question that you should ask yourself more often, and you can find solutions to most of your problems. Read on!
  • Methods for Dealing with Anxiety

    Do you want to know how to deal with anxiety? Discover four simple ways to control the symptoms of anxiety here. Read on!
  • Healing loneliness

    Being alone, we can look deeper into the essence of our thoughts and ourselves. Solitude provides a resource to reflect on the important things without distraction, to notice correlations that previously eluded us. And in general, to truly feel your depth — which is easy to lose in the whirlwind of daily events and communications.
  • Reflection: the essence of self-improvement

    Each of us has the ability to draw attention inward, to be aware of our thoughts, states, moods and sensations. Using this ability, we can see ourselves from the outside. This ability is called reflection.
  • Bystander effect: why do we often walk by when someone needs help?

    Imagine this situation: you are walking along a busy street when a man near you gets ill. Will you help him or will you decide that there are enough other people around to provide help? Alas, the latter option is more likely to happen. And not because you are a "bad person", but because the bystander effect is at play.
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