Articles with the category Deeper Thinking

Losing Your Religion: The Appeal of the Gittite Way

They say that there are two topics that you should never bring up during a social gathering: politics and religion. One reason is that people usually have very passionate and rigid opinions when it comes to politics and religion. Another reason is that there will always be at least two people in a group who […]

7 Things to Keep Doing to Make Life Harder

Life is difficult. It is unfair. But it can be beautiful if you want to see through the hardships. The thing is, I have found that it is so much easier to dwell on the negatives than the positives. Even more so when you realize that that kind of thinking has been the pattern for […]

5 Incorrect Assumptions You Make When You’re Angry

I don’t know if you’re aware of it, but anger is a serious issue in our society today. Teens and adults alike suffer from anger management problems. Back in 2012 alone, a study found that 6 million teens in the US were affected with intermittent explosive disorder. Imagine if those teens didn’t get help! How […]

On Humblebragging: How to Spot It and How to Stop Yourself From Doing It

What is humblebragging? “I’m so busy at work that I’ve only had 4 hours of sleep in the past 3 days.” “Don’t you hate it when you can’t find enough lightning cables to charge your iOS devices?” “When I bought this 75-inch TV and sound setup, I certainly didn’t want my neighbors complaining about the […]

Why It’s Important to Control Your Anger – and Practical Tips to Do It

Anger is a normal emotion, and letting it out is actually healthy. The “normal” person lets his anger show when appropriate, but does not let it control him, or let things get out of hand. There are some people, however, who just can’t seem to get a grip on themselves when the monster that is […]

A Journey To Who I Am… Who Are You?

“Gentle, delicate, and graceful in physique, a … slender and aristocratic frame can be deceiving. Within that sensitive exterior is a strength and a will that are invincible” (Linda Joyce, The Day You Were Born).

How To Control The Ego At Work

What is the ego? The ego is a construct of the mind which creates a story around past experiences, emotions, opinions, failures, successes, etc. Once these stories are personalized in a way that we identify ourselves as our thoughts and our story. The ego begins to takes shape. So thoughts around “I” “me” and “mine” […]