Relationships are an integral part of our lives as they help us grow in life. They make us laugh, give us security, happiness, support and we all feel safe when we are surrounded by healthy relationships. But if we are surrounded by unhealthy relationships, they make our lives worse as we feel insecure, unhappy, and
You’re not the same individual you were a year ago, a month ago, or a week ago. You’re always growing. Experiences don’t stop. That’s life. –Osiris Nothing is permanent and change is an inevitable phenomenon of life. It is so natural that we all change and grow with time due to our experiences in life.
Happiness is one thing that everyone wants in life. But do we actually feel happy all the time? No, we don’t, as more often we are occupied with lots of stuff and forget to enjoy life. Everyday responsibilities and worries do not let us seek joy in small things. So to live happily, it is
In one of my article on the habit of comparison, I have mentioned 6 reasons on how the habit of comparing with others steals the joy of your life and does not let you live life peacefully. You may be aware of or may have experienced yourself that comparisons are never healthy and they only
Have you ever noticed yourself making comparisons with others? If your answer is Yes! then it’s not surprising at all, as it is a natural tendency to compare with others. Sometimes those comparisons are done for other people when we compare one person to another person. Comparing relatives, friends, acquaintances or one neighborhood aunty to
Relationships are an integral part of our lives and the bonding we share with our friends is special in its own way. But sometimes it happens that our beautiful relationship with our friends dies out. The same relationship that once we cherished the most, suddenly ends. So why does it happen and why do we
I am not an angel, I asserted; and I will not be one till I die: I will be myself. ~Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre~ How many of you have read this beautiful quote? I am sure many of you have read this quote, but have you ever implemented this in your own life? In the