Affective relations

It’s Important to Show Love, Not Just Feel It

It’s important to show others the love that we want for ourselves. If you value someone, you need to do everything possible to show them that, and to make them happy. I’m sure that at this point in your life,…

Finding Peace in the Storms of Life

In life it’s important to differentiate between your own problems, and those of other people. You also need to learn to identify negative thoughts and find solutions that you are satisfied with. It’s all about finding peace in the storms…

Hug Me So Hard It Crushes My Uncertainty

Emotional doubts and the uncertainty of not feeling loved are some of the greatest reasons why people suffer. That’s it’s important to hug people who are special to you. There’s no specific age people experience this feeling. Every child is…

You Don’t Have to Give Explanations

Cognitive psychology reminds us that we aren’t required to give explanations to anyone about what we do, think, or choose in our day to day life. Ahead of this is always “self-interest”, the need to know ourselves and act according…

Teach Children Happiness, not Perfectionism

Many parents confuse higher education and perfection as requirements for happiness. Raising a child isn’t just about getting them into the best school, teaching them to be fluent in three languages and having them look like little dolls in a…

The Perfect Relationship

The perfect relationship is something you achieve if you only have a positive attitude towards life. The world can always take on a more beautiful, shining and motivating glow if you have the right person at your side. We know…

The Importance of Learning to Be Selfish

Being selfish comes with all kinds of negative connotations in our society. It is universally seen as a bad thing, and makes other people look down on you. What it means to be selfish to them is that you don’t know…

Stop Wasting Time on People Who Hurt You

The people who hurt you can change you, drawing you away from your true self. Of course, we all know that it’s not easy to escape or break away emotionally damaging situations overnight. Most of the time when you think…

Anna Karenina Syndrome: Victims of Love

Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy wrote a classic novel in world literature, Anna Karenina. The novel serves as a reflection of the most passionate, intense, and dangerous love that always leads to a tragic ending. However, when referring to Anna Karenina syndrome, we don’t mean the…

7 Habits of Emotionally Intelligent People

Emotionally intelligent people are able to appropriately manage their feelings as well as the feelings of others. For years, you’ve probably heard about the importance of developing and making the most out of your emotional intelligence. But it’s possible to become…