We learn from a young age to say sorry to the people we’ve hurt or have been unkind to, but when did we learn to say sorry to and forgive ourselves? The focus has always been on others, and rarely on yourself. To be honest, you are the most important person in your life, so why do we choose to not forgive ourselves when we have messed up? Too many of us spiral down a pattern of mentally chastising ourselves for our mistakes. If this sounds like you, keep reading to realize why it’s time to start forgiving yourself.Read the full article
You’ve heard of daddy issues, but what about their not-so-infamous companion: Mommy Issues? Mother’s Day is on Sunday so you may be contemplating your relationship with your own mother this week. I get it. Family relationships tend to be tricky and complicated and these holidays seem to shine a spotlight on the pain points of these relationships.
Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, and stress? Have you been dealing with your problems for so long you don’t even remember a life without them? Maybe it’s time to make a change.
Look at your to-do list or your calendar. Now, when looking at either of these items, how much of it is due to you not being able to say “no”? In theory, saying “no,” is simple. However, if that was the case, our calendars and to-do lists would not constantly be filled with things we don’t want to do.