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Most of us find ourselves in temporary friendships, where we just interact with each other superficially and rarely stand by each other during tough times.
Sometimes it can be difficult to differentiate between a fake friend and a genuine friendship. We often mistake people as friends at different stages of our lives. The key is to recognize...


1. Easily self-pitying
Do not feel sorry for yourself over small things, blame others for not understanding you, and then feel sorry for yourself.
You easily feel sorry for yourself and dwell on things due to lack of life experience, being too emotional and emotionalizing everything. Experience more, try more things, seize new opportunities, and...

As adults, we often feel embarrassed and ashamed when we can't hold back our tears, feeling the need to constantly portray ourselves as cheerful and full of vitality. However, I believe that, on the contrary, we should break free from these limitations by comfortably expressing our emotions outwardly, rather than burying our sadness deep within....

In the journey of life, failure is an inevitable part of our experiences. Whether it is failing to achieve our goals or stumbling in the face of challenges, these moments can be disheartening. However, it is essential to understand that failure is not the end but an opportunity for growth and learning. By adopting a positive mindset and embracing...

In this fast-paced world, it's easy to find ourselves entangled in negative thoughts that drain our energy and hinder personal growth. However, recognizing the need for healing and being determined to embark on this transformative journey is the first step towards a fulfilling life. In this blog post, we will explore the power of self-healing and...

In our quest for a more enriching life, it's natural for many of us to desire abundance. However, when it comes to truly receiving... well, that's a different story! Often, I find myself at ease when giving, as the act of giving can be incredibly fulfilling. But why is it so challenging to put ourselves in the position of receiving?...