Feeling bad

It helps that I can switch off when I need to, because it’s got me through some very difficult times, but it doesn’t come without its disadvantages.

I switch when I am constantly being reminded of my neurological struggles so that I don’t have to feel bad or think about it. Although others may try to understand, there are times when they don’t care to …

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31 May, 2015

Our moral compass

A moral compass is a person’s ability to judge what’s right and wrong and act accordingly. Our moral compass is partly responsible for the way we live our lives, the other part is our values.

For us to incorporate any worth to our values, we need to understand, so do others. We must determine and perceive our own understandings, work with our moral compass, using our values as a guide …

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29 May, 2015

About blame

Do you still get blamed for the things you’re not responsible for and is that blame being directed towards someone who clearly isn’t to blame or remotely responsible?

The mind continues to reason, understands the logic and the reasoning, but still won’t let it go. Perhaps we think that if we let go of blaming someone that would escalate into us carrying even more …

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26 May, 2015

Out of spite

Food for thought: We spite because we’re that way inclined and it’s what we do. Someone has done it to us, so we don’t think twice about doing it to someone else. Whether we consciously or unconsciously do something to spite, we will never get away with it. Someone who spites will always be remembered that way. Unfortunately, the way we are is the …

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25 May, 2015

About Exercise

Exercises are generally grouped into three types depending on the overall effect they have on the human body.

The three main categories are: Aerobic exercises, such as cycling, walking, running, hiking, and playing tennis. Anaerobic exercises, such as weight training and flexibility exercises such as stretching …

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23 May, 2015

Understanding our thinking

Science shows it is our thoughts on the things that happen to us that have the biggest impact on how we feel and how we will go on to act on those things. Thoughts don’t just apply to the big events that happen in our lives, but to the small events too. Our initial thinking on an event that is negative, isn’t always as accurate as we think.

To understand our thinking, we need to be aware of our thinking patterns, because it is those patterns that will have the most impact on our behaviour and on our relationships with others. Being aware …

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22 May, 2015
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