Things You Thought Are Mentally Helpful, But They Are Not

You can find a lot of helpful therapy online tips on how to motivate yourself. There’s exercising, eating a healthy diet, creating positive thoughts, helping other people, and so on. But do you know that some of the particular things you believe are good are somehow damaging your mental health? That instead of creating a significant impact, you’re ruining what’s supposed to be a healthy balance? If you’re interested in knowing what those things you thought are good that turns out to become unhealthy, keep on reading.

When You Think You Can Do Everything

It’s great that you value your capabilities and aspire more. That’s okay because you’re setting up a goal which you will eventually try harder to get. But let’s accept the fact that you are incapable of doing so many things. If you believe that pushing your limit is a good representation of success, then you’re not doing yourself a favor. There is a big misconception about “you can do it” because there are things that you can’t. The point is, if you solely focus on personal strength and think that there’s nothing that can stop you from doing what you got to do, you might end up not gaining something from that specific goal. Instead of believing too much in your capabilities, try evaluating yourself. Find out how much you are willing to sacrifice, break, and fail to get your desires.

When You Try Having Zero-To-No Bad Trait

Not having a bad trait is somehow bad at all. Mind you; nobody is perfect. Therefore, it’s okay to have a mischievous distinction of who you are. When you think that bad traits are useless and that it will make you doubt and unlike yourself, you are wrong. Yes, there are bad traits that are emotionally, behaviorally, and mentally annoying. But it’s not what I’m mainly talking about. Some bad qualities can turn out good and helpful on most occasions. These include becoming brutally honest, ignoring most of the people’s overall opinions, not minding what others do with their lives, and not allowing yourself to get attached with unworthy individuals. It is genuinely okay not to look nice in front of other people. Besides, there’s no one good reason why a person must please someone without considering their feelings. It’s not healthy, and it will never make them happy either.

When You Try And Avoid Creating Mistakes

Mistakes are the consequences you face when you make bad decisions. At times, the result sucks because it gives pain and suffering. With that, a lot of people tend not to try creating one. However, they didn’t understand that those bad decisions are a significant source of lessons in life. The only way to grow and develop as a better-versioned individual is by going through it. But since most consequences are emotionally and mentally awful, dreading, and devastating, people avoid it. Sometimes, they even limit themselves from doing the right thing because of getting too anxious about what might happen. Mistakes are inevitable, and there’s no way a person can stop doing it purposely. But it’s not like one must continually do it often. That’s a different story.

When You Believe That Things Always Get Fixed

One of the reasons why a lot of people fail in the significant aspects of life is due to their belief that all things get fixed. No, it is not. There are instances where letting go of the grip is the only solution to the problem. There’s no answer for everything. People can try and believe that all the stuff they do happens for a reason, but it’s not. Things happen because they chose for it to happen. Therefore, each one of us is responsible for our current situation. Yes, we can try finding ways to address our life issues, but we have to understand that we can’t control everything. That even if we bleed ourselves to death, we can never create significant changes the way we specifically want to. Instead of lying to ourselves, we have to decide to step back and reflect on what life has offered negatively.

Staying positive, believing in ourselves, and doing everything in life is genuinely okay. But people need to recognize that reality still holds the winning piece.

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6 Ways To Cheer Up

Do you feel like you have become a difficult person to deal with lately? Have you ever found yourself cranky most of the time? Is it bothering you to know that a lot of people, even your family members, have expressed their dislike over your attitude or personality? If you answered yes to these inquiries, then maybe it is time to introduce something new in your day-to-day life? Sometimes, all you must do is to cheer up.

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Why You Need To Take A Break From Work

Everyone needs a vacation from work sometimes. However, there are still lots of people who don’t really use their vacation time. Whether you plan to go out of town or just stay at home, it’s crucial that you have a break to keep your stress in check. Taking a break isn’t about avoiding responsibilities, it’s about making the responsibility to take care and look after you.

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The Link Between Physical Activity And Mental Well-Being

 

In this day and age, people are becoming more and more conscious about their health and body which is a good thing, actually. Social networks and the internet have a great impact with today’s standard of what a perfect body should look like. Celebrities, famous bloggers, and people in the entertainment industry alike have so much influence with today’s teens and even adults.

One of the most common reasons why people nowadays take physical activities seriously is because they are striving to achieve their “perfect body”. Toned arms and legs with rock hard abs are of the many goals of people who are into physical activities.

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Dealing With Increases/Decreases To Overall Health

 

It is when things are at their best that we should be on our watch. There is a saying in holistic healing that boils down to that, it is in our highest of moments that we take the biggest of falls. All we can do is brace ourselves for this fall to lessen the damage. Instead of dealing with the spheres of wellness, physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual we will discuss health in a broad sense with scenarios that we are all bound to face in this society. As with any aspect of holistic healing, it is all personal and requires self-reflection to manipulate these decreases/increases to our overall health.

 

Counter the Decreases

Now this might not include all of the reductions in health in your life, but this list should be general enough to know where you can create your idea to deal with them yourself:

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Signs And Counters To Imbalances

 

 

One of the many things that we tend to forget about is that life is about balance. Balance doesn’t just mean dealing with adverse events but excellent ones as well. It is when we are at the highest points in our lives that we tend to take the greatest of falls. At its core, holistic healing addresses this by making spectrums for mental, emotional, and physical imbalances that will be discussed in detailed here. At any point in time, we sit at the ends of these spectrums when our goal should be to achieve the ‘healthy’ middle ranges, through manipulating the other spectrums and the desired one.

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The Keys To Wellness (Physical)

 

 

There are four keys to our overall health; physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. When all four of these keys are in a state that you are happy with, then one can achieve the ultimate goal of holistic healing, wholeness. Wholeness is not something that someone can accomplish overnight or even years, as only self-reflection and knowledge can get us half way there. The first key is physical health which is the easiest to detect. There are several ways that you can fix this, which we will discuss here, but do not think that this article could cover every possible solution.

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