Tag Archives: psychology

self-esteem looking in mirror

#1 Surprising Secret to Boost Self Esteem Instantly (Even If You Hate Yourself)

You can boost self esteem instantly (even if you hate yourself) if you get to the root of what caused it in the first place. r

self esteem

Why You Must Uncover Your Innermost Thoughts

Thought flow is the act of watching your thoughts pass by. It’s equal parts mindfulness and meditation, with a spoonful of pizzazz. r

eating habits

The Effects of Nutrition on Positivity

The emotional association of food is further compounded by the memories summoned by the smell of food, and by the aesthetics of a visually pleasing meal, leading to a strong relationship between food and mood. r

nutrition habits

Eat With Your Stomach, Not Your Brain – An Interview with Dr. Brian Wansink

Dr. Wansink spent a lifetime studying the reasons for the decisions people make when they eat. Whether you are someone who is interested in losing weight, or even a nutrition expert, you will find this interview interesting and eye-opening. r

feeling insecure

5 Things You Need To Stop Comparing

Life isn’t a race. Life is about fulfillment and finding happiness from within to achieve your ultimate destiny.

It isn’t easy, but you can start by stop comparing about the following things. r

teenager psychology

Self-Expression and Teenagers: Common Problems and Creative Solutions

Almost every teenager goes through wild periods of self-expression that will typically include clothing and musical choices that are borderline offensive to their parents. r