I have disrespected myself recently. And with mistake-making, when we go through a time of feeling out of control, we can take back control by making the right choice afterwards. First off, you need to move on. You can't dwell on imperfection because we are all human. You must forgive yourself and anyone else involved. [...]
When someone says that they want to be "better" or "good" it can mean a lot of things. It can refer to something specific, like quitting or developing a certain habit. Or it can be very general, involving overall life-change. People also have different versions of what "good" or "bad" means. So what does it [...]
The fear of anger is more destructive than anger itself... We get so worried about angering others, or letting others make us angry. But that's silly, because anger is just one of the many emotions we experience on a daily basis -- like sadness, happiness, excitement, anxiety, dread, hope, etc. What's worse than becoming angry [...]
People are conditioned to be robots. We learn from an early age that we will be rewarded for hiding our frustrations or uncomfortable emotions. And so we do what we are told. It pleases others, because (not all, but many) people don't want the true company of real humans, they want machines who satisfy their [...]
So often politeness is used as an excuse to be hurtful. I have subconsciously done it a handful of times but hope to never do it again. Politeness is a difficult art to master and only constructive if used correctly. Otherwise, it can be extremely destructive in such a subtle way. To be polite means [...]
We have all gone through times when we lose ourselves. When we try so hard to impress someone that we end up doing the opposite. Because if somebody actually likes you then they will appreciate you for who you are. And you need to be yourself. But this is easy to forget. Sometimes it's a [...]
Disrespectful are those who walk on eggshells who won't say to your face what they know damn well who wear different faces to get information gossip is their only known form of communication. Judging others by their yolks, by what's inside meanwhile, behind their shells, so safely they hide.