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January 18, 2018

Four Bullying Myths, Busted

“People who love themselves, don’t hurt other people. The more we hate ourselves, the more we want others to suffer,” wrote Dan Pearce.  Unfortunately, our world is full of people who live in pain. Most of us say we are committed to end bullying – but do we stand by our words? To fight the spread of bullying, we must first […]
January 18, 2018

Truths And Misconceptions About Highly Sensitive People

There are some of us that just feel things differently than others around us. Dubbed as “Highly Sensitive People” (HSPs), often times people get the wrong idea. As someone who considers themselves to be a highly sensitive person, I can identify with the feeling of alienation or of being misunderstood. There is nothing wrong with being more sensitive to the […]
January 18, 2018

13 Traits Of The Misunderstood Empath – Are You One?

The Word ’Empath’ Often Gets Confused With Just Being Highly Sensitive. There’s Actually A Lot More To Us Than That One Aspect. When people think of what it means to be an empath, they imagine an overly-sensitive person who has uncanny intuition. For the most part, that’s right. But there are hidden aspects that most people don’t know about, unless […]
January 18, 2018

How To Stop Comparing Yourself To Others (So You Can Finally Live Your Life!)

Comparing Ourselves To Others Can Sometimes Be A Valuable Tool For Motivation And Growth, But It Can Also Spin Us Into A Maddening Frenzy Of Self-Doubt. “Personality begins where comparison leaves off. Be unique. Be memorable. Be confident. Be proud.” ― Shannon L. Alder First we had magazines and television, and now with the boom of social media we find ourselves comparing […]
January 18, 2018

Study Shows Trees Have Feelings, Communicate, And Take Care Of Each Other

Throughout The Ages, Mankind Has Pondered On The Abilities Of Trees. Thanks To New Research, Modern Science Has Some Astonishing Answers For Us All. Unique to their own biological structure, trees can see, hear, smell, feel, and possibly retain memory. In fact, they can communicate with each other too. By using mycorrhizal fungi in their roots, trees exchange information and even nutrients to others in need. Of course, trees obviously do […]
January 18, 2018

I Feel Like An Introvert. So Why Do My Friends Think I’m An Extrovert?

I’m Not An Extrovert. I Have Never Related To Being An Extrovert. So Why Do My Friends See Me As That Type Of Person When I Feel Exactly The Opposite? Earlier this week, one of my close friends tagged me in a post about extroverts, adding, “This is so you!” Never before have I felt so utterly confused. Was She […]
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