Tag Archives: Focus

Choosing how we feel

Originally posted on zacalstin:
Having the attitude that “everything is perfect exactly as it is” feels good. For melancholics in particular it may be an expression of providence: the knowledge that all things are working towards the good. If all things are working towards the good, and we know it, then it follows that everything is… Continue reading

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Why you should create a personal manifesto

Originally posted on Julia Marie:
It’s cliche but the phrase “if you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything” comes to mind. Having a personal code of conduct, goals, standards gives you guidance when you feel lost in the pace of the modern world we inhabit. This world doesn’t make a lot of sense… Continue reading

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When Depression Makes You Feel Helpless

Originally posted on The Bipolar Writer Mental Health Blog:
Depressed & Alone My last depression cycle, which started in January and didn’t end until late February. Despite the feelings that I had to deal with during the cycle, coming out of the fog has really helped me reflect on my feelings during this turbulent time.… Continue reading

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Unpopular Opinion: Watching TV is bad for you

Originally posted on PhilippaClaire:
I know what you’re thinking: here comes the lecture, telling us what we already know but don’t want to listen to. Well, this is coming from someone who STILL spends all of their time watching TV. No judgement, no lecture, just what I’ve noticed in my own personal experience. via Pixbay.com… Continue reading

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Focus on What Matters

Vanity metrics. They’re everywhere. Followers, likes, comments, friends, retweets. Those are just the ones on social media. Trust me, there are hundreds more. How often do you think we find ourselves caring about something that is actually detrimental? Detrimental to our health, self esteem, self worth, self value, happiness, courage, confidence, you name it. I… Continue reading

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