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Exploring How Healthy Filters Enhance Your Relational Landscape

Exploring How Healthy Filters Enhance Your Relational Landscape

In the intricate tapestry of life, relationships serve as the vibrant threads that connect us. Understanding boundaries within these relationships is crucial, akin to tending to a flourishing garden. Just as a garden thrives with the careful selection of plants and the implementation of nurturing practices, so too do our connections flourish when we apply healthy...
Addressing The Myth That External Gratification from Social Media Enhances Self-Esteem

Addressing The Myth That External Gratification from Social Media Enhances Self-Esteem

​First off, why do we need positive self-esteem? Self-esteem drives confidence which is linked to satisfaction and happiness. When you believe in yourself, you are less critical of yourself and more flexible with your thoughts in general – allowing you to learn, grow, evolve, and succeed more effortlessly. Giving yourself the benefit of the doubt helps to drive...
How To Get Over a Crush & Move On With Mindfulness

How To Get Over a Crush & Move On With Mindfulness

Just like the stories in our social feeds, some things are just meant to be temporary. They say relationships are either a reason, a season, or a lifetime – so if it’s not a lifetime, find the reason or season to grow from it and move on. Here are a few tips on how to get over a crush and grow from the insights that relationship provided you…   You can start by...
How To Stop Worrying About The Future, And Start Preparing For It!

How To Stop Worrying About The Future, And Start Preparing For It!

Sometimes we might think that it is OK to worry about the future. Often times we believe that if we don’t worry about it, then we will not be prepared for what is to come. But, it’s actually never good to “worry” at all. Worrying is a trick that your mind plays on you to make you “think” you are problem-solving. Our brains are very active and these thoughts...