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There is a certain feeling that we get when something happens to us. A feeling that we think that “It’s all over now. It’s all gone. Everything is lost. It’s all fucked up now.” Or something close to those. What’s going to follow are multiple complaints, misery and self-pity, the impotent struggle polarizing something that...
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I recently completed reading a good eye opening book from Amy Morin who is a licensed clinical social worker, college psychology instructor and psychotherapist. In the book “13 things mentally strong people don’t do”, Amy focuses on talking about mental strength on a global level. In these times where the global pandemic has caused us...
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I’m a person who is overly optimistic. It’s more of a gift than a curse for me. When everyone thinks like a pessimist or like a realist should be, I’m there shining with optimism that it will always work out. Sometimes I’m right, sometimes I’m wrong, and for me, it’s all good. I don’t take...
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