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Do you ever find yourself feeling stuck, unfulfilled, or just plain disappointed with the way your life is turning out? Do you daydream about a better future but never quite make it a reality? Then, it’s time to face the truth: wishful thinking may be messing with your life. We’ve all been there. Maybe you’ve spent time wishfully thinking of landing your dream job, winning the lottery, or finally finding that special someone who fills your life with love. But what happens when those dreams don’t come true? The disappointment and frustration can be overwhelming, and that’s when you’re left feeling stuck and helpless. Is there a better way? Yes! So let’s explore the price of wishful thinking, the difference between wishful thinking and imagining a better future, and how embracing inner action can help you break free from the cycle of disappointment and frustration. And while it’s true that…

Ah, the power of perspective is a remarkable gift bestowed upon us humans. With our thoughts, beliefs, and actions, we have the ability to shape our reality, much like a superhero with their superpowers. It’s awe-inspiring! Yet, there are times when we forget just how mighty we are. We fall into the trap of negative thinking, consumed by worries about the worst-case scenarios. As someone who used to be a chronic “worst-case scenario” thinker, I know first hand how exhausting and limiting that perspective can be. Constantly envisioning the worst possible outcomes and strategizing how to handle them was draining. It left me stuck in a never-ending cycle of fear and anxiety, unable to break free. But I was determined to change that. I longed for a different way of thinking, a more empowering perspective. It wasn’t easy, but one day, I had an epiphany as I noticed how often…

If you’re a sensitive person, you’ve probably been taught that you’re too thin-skinned, emotional, or empathetic for your own good. And it’s a bad thing. More often than not, I was bothered by things much more than my siblings were and so naturally I was weird! And it’s taken me many years to stop feeling there was something wrong with me that needed fixing. Mind you, I’d never heard of the idea that some of us fall under the umbrella of being highly sensitive people or HSP’s. This is a term coined by the clinical psychologist Elaine Aron in 1991 to describe a personality trait that, according to Aron, is present in 15% to 30% of the U.S population. If you’ve found yourself more sensitive than others, I doubt you shouted it from the rooftops. Who wants to proclaim that they are weaker than the rest of society. Because that…

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