School psychologist, teacher and internet counselor from Estonia. Passionate about coffee, reading, dancing, and singing in the shower, much to the neighbors’ dismay. Counseling catchphrase: “It’s okay!“
It’s completely normal to feel like the universe is out to get you sometimes. We all have days when everything goes wrong through no fault of our own. However, this can be a slippery slope to feeling helpless. So how can you take back control and stop being a victim of circumstance?
Self-confidence is related to performance: confident people do better in school and at work, and those achievements make them even more confident. It’s a perfect positive feedback loop. In this article, I’ll discuss what confidence is and give you tips on how to be more confident.
In the daily grind, it’s easy to forget why we do what we do. We focus on the daily hassles and short-term deadlines and fail to see the bigger picture and meaning behind our actions. Should we look at the bigger picture? This article covers how to find meaning in your life in order to be happier.
It’s okay to want to change things about yourself, but it’s important to make the distinction between things you can and can’t change. Want to be happier? Then accept yourself as the fallible human you are, and meet the real, authentic you beneath your actions!
Fear of success is often a fear of the consequences of success – public recognition also brings criticism and a leadership role brings new responsibilities. It’s possible to overcome this fear by following these 4 methods.