It sometimes seems to us that if a person living next to us changes dramatically the way we want it, then family life will get better right away, it will become just perfect. But this practically does not happen.
A changed husband or wife can, on the contrary, worsen the situation in the family – after all, you once fell in love with this particular person. With its shortcomings and good sides. And he suddenly began to come home from work on time, to look into your eyes and wait for the next instructions for the day. He readily fulfills all your desires and all this without objection and annoying bickering. And always close at hand. The robot is simple, not human, you say in a couple of months. Where is your personality and past, even if not very liked, hobbies? Abrupt changes in a person can still suggest some of his troubles. Continue reading
The behavior of a teenager is characterized by a search for adventure, novelty, a test of his character, courage and fortitude. At the same time, a person often does rash acts that adults perceive as deviant behavior.
The cause of deviant behavior is also the relationship. For example, an outcast in a classroom, rejection by a teacher, a label of a deviant. Unrecognized at school, a teenager begins to look for other communities where he can make up for his failures. Moreover, it often ends up in bad companies. Continue reading
Controlling emotions will allow you to more gently and efficiently use your own psychological resources. Only a few manage to achieve absolute success in this area. For example, Buddhists spend hundreds and hundreds of hours spending them in meditation in order to master their inner emotional world. Through many years of practice and meditation, they achieve impressive results. But this does not mean that each of us does not need to strive for this. Frankly, it is unlikely that any of you will achieve the same results, because you need to spend years, or even decades.
emotions as a source of problems
You cannot control what happens, but you can control your reaction to it. It’s all about perception. © Marnie Continue reading