Attract: to draw by appealing to the emotions or senses, by stimulating interest, or by exciting admiration Have you ever wondered what makes a person attractive? Not necessarily physically, as we can see from the above definition, to attract is to appeal to emotions or senses, to stimulate interest, or to excite admiration. While I really love all of these definitions of what it means to attract someone, the definition itself is rather vague. For the purposes of this article, though, let’s...

by School Of Life on 7 May 2018

We All Have Emotional Pain, But How Does One Recover? Emotional pain has a wide grasp on the human condition. However, we are all made as humans to endure it. As human beings, we are capable of feeling the joys and the sorrows, and surviving that. If Emotional Pain Has Been A Mainstay In Your Life, Here’s How To Zap It. It Does Take Time, But Here Are 5 Things To Do Now. REMIND YOURSELF YOU’RE WORTH IT This one is huge. When life gets hard, self worth sometimes goes out the window. We must...

by School Of Life on 7 May 2018

Feeling tired all the time? It may be more than just your body. A person’s mental health becomes fatigued as well. Do you ever feel like you can just not go on? You Suffer From Mental Fatigue When You Are Mentally Drained. The mind needs rest too, not just the body. This drain is not conducive for good health, so read on. WHEN ONE MORE CONVERSATION COULD SET YOU OFF The coworker leans into your cubicle. You want to cut their head off for opening their mouth. This may be because your mind is...

by School Of Life on 7 May 2018

Someone Who Constantly Leaves You Feeling Confused, And Mentally Exhausted But You Just Can’t Pinpoint Why, Is Likely To Be An Emotional Manipulator. Identifying Them For Who They Are Can Be Tricky, But This List Will Help. Have you ever found yourself in a situation with a friend or partner where you doubted yourself because of what the other one firmly believed? Where you honestly knew that you weren’t the one at fault, yet they insisted that it was your actions that led to the disaster...

by School Of Life on 7 May 2018

“The most important kind of freedom is to be what you really are. You trade in your reality for a role. You trade in your sense for an act. You give up your ability to feel, and in exchange, put on a mask. There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.” ― Jim Morrison Are you in the midst of a personal revolution? Here Are Five Truths That Can Help You In Fighting The Battle: 1. Nobody Can Please...

by School Of Life on 7 May 2018

We all know those people who just seem to exude confidence. Their personalities may turn that into looking charming, charismatic, sophisticated, elegant, etc. but underneath all of that is a bedrock of confidence. How do they do it? What’s their secret? What do they have that you perhaps don’t? To Find Out, Let’s Check Out These 10 Habits Of Highly Confident People: 1. Smile! People with a lot of confidence seem to always be smiling, even if it’s just a slightly-upturned smile or a trademark...

by School Of Life on 7 May 2018

“We are dying from overthinking. We are slowly killing ourselves by thinking about everything. Think. Think. Think. You can never trust the human mind anyway. It’s a death trap,” explained Anthony Hopkins. Is Your Habit Of Overthinking Keeping You From Living Your Best Life? Here are four steps you can take to fight this dynamic: 1. Learn To Find The Bigger Picture. This issue you are concerned with – will it matter tomorrow? A month from now? Five years from now? Ten years? Will you even...

by School Of Life on 7 May 2018

Break ups are never easy. Whether you go through the ‘never leaving my bed’ phase or the ‘drinking myself into a coma to numb the pain’ phase, as cliche as it might sound, time really does heal all. Here Are 7 Things That I Have Learned Over The Years That Really Helped Me Heal And Move On After A Breakup. Find Your Passion: It is easy to lose yourself in a relationship, we tend to forget about our own personal needs and desires and become more focused on others. I found that after a...

by School Of Life on 6 May 2018

Nowadays, narcissism has become a popular word. Sometimes it is used to describe an individualism and self-centeredness (What is good for ME and how to get what I want?). Other times the word to describe a lack of capacity in somebody to care about others. Nevertheless, what you have to know is that narcissism is not just a slight deviation from empathy that can be excused with the drive for success. The truth is that narcissism is a serious personality disorder with great toxic power over any...

by School Of Life on 6 May 2018

A People Pleaser Is Someone Who Goes Out Of Their Way To Provide Satisfaction To Others In Exchange For Feeling Accepted, Needed, Safe And Connected. The attitude of a people pleaser is friendly and helpful, marked by the genuine desire to avoid friction and create harmony. The downside of such caring and amiable behavior is that it often invites others to disrespect the boundaries of the pleasing person, to control and patronize them, and to demand special treatment and obedience from the overly-nice...

by School Of Life on 6 May 2018