We spend so much time putting on facades for others. We pretend to be people we’re not. And when we try too hard to fit in, we lose ourselves often without realizing it. We all change with time, but we don’t always grow with time. Sometimes we take a couple of steps backward. We regress and turn into our younger, more immature selves. It happens but keeping these moments brief is also advised. Once you take some time to be alone and explore who you are, keeping in mind the person you want to be, you’ll get to know yourself again. You’ll come to realize what’s most important to you. You’ll also learn what’s trivial and disposable in your life. … More The longer you’ve been single, the better you’ll be in a relationship
The world we will wake up to on January 1, 2018 won’t be the same world we entered exactly one year ago. You never really notice how the atmosphere has shifted until you look back over the past 365 days and realize that considering the events of the year that’s passed, there is simply no way we can move forward without feeling changed in one way or another. Except you’ve been in a comma for the past 365 days, events that have happened are bound to have changed us in one way or another. Unfortunately too, 2017 introduced the world to a lot of heartache, natural disasters, and man-made tragedy across board. But my hope is that we can all find solace in a clean slate and learn from our misfortunes moving forward. … More Towards a better New Year
I stand against domestic violence, especially towards helpless women. No matter the situation, no matter how aggravated the situation, no matter the ego, no matter the temptation, abusing your wife doesn’t make a man any better than he is. In truth, when you look back at the situation, it just makes you full of regret and shame, almost like you didn’t recognize the monster you became. It’s better to remove yourself from all appearances of domestic violence than fall prey and this goes for both men and women and in this case, women are more like to fall victim.
Stay safe! … More About yesterday
A friend sent me an economic forecast from a summit recently concluded as it affects the on-going down time in Nigeria. Estimating from facts and statistics that the recession may not get better until 2019. First impression, honestly, was fright. But then, fear will not solve anything. What do I do with the information I … More Girding yourself for more rainy days
Looking after our emotional wellness helps us get the very most out of life. When we feel emotionally stable, we feel more centered and connected to our intuition. We become more productive, better at making decisions, more present, and more fulfilled.
So now that we’ve covered eight big “don’ts,” let’s close with a few rapid-fire “do’s” to improve your emotional stability and wellbeing in general.
Understand that the problem is not the problem – the problem is the incredible amount of over-thinking you’re doing with the problem.
Realize that just because you can, doesn’t mean you should. Just because it’s easy, doesn’t mean it’s worth your while. Do what’s right in life, not what’s easy. … More You deserve to be happy: Things emotionally stable people do