Who likes to be criticized? Being the highly sensitive person that I am, the scary feeling of being judged is intensified. The pain of being humiliated come to mind.
I had a grammar school teacher criticize me in front of the class. It had a long lasting affect about the way I felt about school. I was afraid to go to class and was never a good student. I wrote about this experience in my book, Making Sense of Your High Sensitivity. Continue reading “I Hate Criticism!”
Pessimistic people have a negative attitude and sour outlook on life. They can bring you down. More often than not, the clues are so subtle that you might miss them at first.
Think about the people in your life. Now think about the ones that often belittle others – make cutting remarks – (even to you) and pass it off as ‘just joking.’ They’re judgmental and are constantly pointing out the negative in you as well as in life in general. Continue reading “Keep Your Distance From Negative People!”
What is the difference between feeling tired and experiencing symptoms of fatigue? That’s a very good question and it’s important to understand the difference. If you’re just a little tired, you can recover quickly, but long bouts with fatigue could signal a problem.
Everyone gets fatigue from time to time. In and of itself, fatigue isn’t a bad thing. It’s the body’s natural way of slowing you down so you can get some rest and feel restored. Everyone experiences this and it can be very healthy. Continue reading “Are You Tired?”
When people think that they are miserable, they automatically think that this is a bad thing. Why not take the time to see where the source of your misery is coming from? What is really bothering you?
If your distress is coming from everyday aggravation that you can’t control, take a step back and think about what this is doing to you. Do you really need to obsess about things that you have no control over? Continue reading “Can You “Profit” From Your Misery?”