Old habits die. Times have changed. I'm declaring this the summer of all bodies.
When we have imposter syndrome, we tell ourselves that we need to work harder to deserve our accomplishments.
You may think that your feelings just happen, and you have no control over them, but every feeling you have comes from a thought. And you have 100% control over what you think.
Self-care has become quite the buzzword over the past few years. You hear it on the news, from influencers and celebrities, from your doctor, and even in your workplace, but what does it even mean?
This person can make you feel unimportant or worthless and have you questioning what you did to deserve this kind of treatment. Know that this is not your fault and there are things you can do to improve the situation.
With the rise of social media and Instagram influencers, a new world of competition has developed, and it’s brutal.
You’ll be making the world a better place in the process, because when you make someone’s day, they’re likely to do the same to someone else.
While having a high-paying job, a nice house and the most on-trend wardrobe can be nice, it isn’t what really matters.
Have the discussion and understand one another, and you’ll be well on your way to making this world a better, more open-minded place.
Like any illness, mental illness gets worse over time if it’s left untreated, and the only way to treat it is to talk about it.