Do your relationships seem to go from perfect to complicated every single time? And while external factors can contribute to this unraveling, have you ever stopped to wonder, “Am I the problem in my relationship?“ Self-reflection, the cornerstone of healthy relationships, can be scary but it can be equally helpful. This “Am I Self-Sabotaging My […]
People with healthy self-esteem have a positive perception of life, are assertive, aware of their strengths and weaknesses, are less regretful about the past, and live in the present. On the other hand, people with low self-esteem are full of self-doubts, need assurance in everything, experience insecurities, find it difficult to express their needs, and in general, have a negative outlook toward life.
Feeling empty can drain you mentally and emotionally. Here are some ways on how to fill the void.
People often assume that the greatest fear in any relationship is the fear of losing your loved one. However, the truth is that the most painful thing is losing yourself in a relationship. In the process of loving someone, we often forget that we need some love too. ‘How to find yourself again in a
While playing ‘Truth or Dare’ with my friends, I was dared to reveal my search history. My friends were shocked to find the words ‘How to date yourself’ in my search history. For sure, those were the last words they might have expected to find. Post pandemic, my friends had high hopes for my dating
How to deal with rejection from a guy? Reminds me of the song 1 Sided Love by blackbear, “You’re too busy talking over me to hear what I’m saying…You’re so into yourself, everyone else is overrated…You don’t even notice, do you? Everything perfect to you…” One-sided love sucks. To feel deeply for someone and not
What is a disorganized attachment style? To put it succinctly, it is a painful internal struggle marred by constant dilemma. Have you ever felt like you really needed someone to be there for you? But you sabotaged the entire overture when someone tried to be there for you. If the answer to the above question
Being single can make you feel sad because the world’s default setting seems to “committed”. But you shouldn’t feel depressed because the single life has it’s own advantages. Here are a few of these to cheer you up.
Very few things are as painful as a person turned against themselves. Self-hatred is deeply corrosive to the individual in question, and the relationships they form with others. You see, healthy relationships comprise healthy individuals, and self-hatred is anything but healthy. Much like slow poison, it kills your sense of self.