Imagine the following terrifying scenario. You’re on a flight that is out of control and destined to end in a fatal crash. There is nothing you can do about it. The engines have flamed out. The pilots are incapacitated. No one else knows how to fly. Now for some devastating news. This is you in … More Stalling: The Paradox of Meaning
The other night I got into a pointless argument with someone after they decided to leave a comment on one of my older posts telling me that I should have my head examined. (A fair point in retrospect.) She said that Trump is a true American unlike Biden who is a horrible person. Naturally, she went on … More Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Have you ever heard that saying that people lie to themselves? It’s not like someone wants to do it, but it happens automatically. How often do you think that your inner voice is lying to you? Do you still believe it? How do you know when to believe it or not? This thinking path can … More 5 Reasons why people lie to themselves
It might sound tough, but we’re not flawless and we’re not perfect. Because we’re “only” humans. The thing is that from time to time we find it very hard to accept it when it comes to us, but we tend to be indulgent when it comes to other people. Yes, it is true and … More Why self-love is a challenge?
These two terms are often used to transmit the same idea about self, but in fact there are two different aspects. Self-confidence refers mostly to trust, whilst self-esteem refers to the opinion we have about ourselves. One of them can be at a high level, whilst the other one on a low level. … More Self-confidence vs self-esteem
One of the most important parts of the self development process is not to lie to ourselves which is easier to be said than done because of many aspects involved (aspects like the level of self esteem, the level of self confidence, the threshold for pain, the expectations and so on). If we get … More Get Honest With Yourself – Video