Emotional Baggage: Let Go for a Lighter Existence

Emotional baggage weighs you down, making life more stressful and less joyful. You remember the past for reference; it helps you judge where to go next and how to do things better. However, painful histories, past failures and sad memories that you hold on to, come back to haunt you, making you ill. When you learn to let go, you feel lighter physically, emotionally and mentally.

Identify your thought patterns

Going over challenges is useful, to a point; but if done a lot, somewhere along...

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Finding the Opportunities Within Your Struggles

There are valuable lessons for each of us hidden within every challenge that we may face. It is the nature of the human spirit to always seek continuous growth leading to new levels of experience, and this implies that once we’ve solved one problem then another will be likely to emerge right behind it. Growth demands that we use our abilities fully and create new ones. We sometimes have to push them to their limits and then develop them further when we’re confronted with hardships...

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5 Ways Worrying Robs You of Happiness and How to Stop

Worrying is a destructive habit, yet, everyone unwittingly does it. It costs time, energy, and ultimately your sanity if you aren't careful. The best way to stop worrying is to recognize it isn't helpful and choose to break that pattern and replace it with more constructive one. Understanding the five top reasons negative deliberations are a bad idea can give you the incentive to stop tormenting yourself. Discovering how to shift your thoughts provides the power to do so.

Worrying depletes...

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The Band-Aid Mentality: How To Stop It From Ruining Your Life

The conservation of energy is important to all living things. Generally speaking, animals are more likely to take the path of least resistance when confronted with a problem. Leopards run after the slowest gazelle in the herd, rather than the fastest, because it's easier to catch. Buffalos wade at the closest watering hole, rather than the farthest, because it requires less walking. Humans, likewise, will always look for solutions that cost the least amount of energy and effort....

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Every Failure is a Step Towards Success

Many people end up despondent when they experience failure. They cannot deal with the consequences, with the feelings of inadequacy. But failure does not have to be such a horrible event. You can change how you react to failure. You can change your perception of it. Failure is nothing to fear when you recognize that even failure is better than doing nothing at all and that you can embrace failure as an opportunity for learning and change.

Failure is Success of Action

The very act of failing...

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