“How to love yourself?” – ask such a question to the teenager and be sure – you will enter him into a stupor, as they obviously will not find the answer to this question. Let’s be honest – how many of us, at our puberty, thought we were beautiful when we looked in the mirror? Yes, of course, we can say that external beauty is not the main thing, what is important is what is inside. But please tell me, who cares when you are 15 years old and looking at your reflection, all that you feel is hatred? You hate your nose, eyes, the whole face as a whole, hair, clothes, etc. And add to this the first love, which is often aimed at the first stars of the school … As a result: complete disappointment in everyone (in yourself first of all), the desire to change yourself (very often unsuccessfully) and the finishing touch – conflicts with loved ones who want to sincerely help child, but due to lack of information can not do this. Continue reading
For most of us, shyness is a sign of something very sweet, kind, even plush. In our eyes, a shy person automatically becomes either a knight or a princess. But in reality, everything is far from being so cute when it comes to oneself, right? After all, to be completely honest, shyness is the same self-doubt, just a side view, and it sends life very much, starting from childhood. There isn’t enough courage to answer the teacher’s question, even if you know the lesson perfectly well, you’re afraid to get to know a new person – in the end, you come to the conclusion that the best solution to the problem is invisibility, some invisibility among society. The purpose of this article is to help many of us go out and finally lose our invisibility cloak and understand how to learn to love and respect ourselves.
Everything reaches me pretty slowly, but I’m embarrassed when something doesn’t work with strangers, and then it completely stops working, and I’m embarrassed even more … © Max Fry
What is shyness? Its manifestations and consequences
Drawing on the writings of a renowned British psychologist, Raymond Cattel, who devoted much of his Continue reading
Surely most of us have heard such a phrase as “middle-aged crisis,” but for some reason the majority associates it only with males, which in fact is far from true. The crisis of 30 years in women is as common as the middle-aged crisis in men, the only difference in symptoms.
35 years is an insidious figure. When you finally get your head on your shoulders, but your body begins to fall apart. © Karin Lesh
It’s not worth it if you encounter a similar problem to start to panic, since this is a completely natural process – we begin to comprehend the stage we have passed, to compare our achievements with our plans and dreams. In some cases, such a turning point is even necessary, because it helps you look at your life Continue reading