I think, it depends how you look at it and what mindsets influence how you perceive the term and any words you might associate with it. I see it as a gift if it's not confused with social isolation or loneliness. These things are social withdrawal in its extreme form... and they're not always voluntary. … Continue reading Social withdrawal: Gift or punishment?
I came across this wonderful article earlier today. It really resonated with me so I thought I'd share it - see the link at the bottom of the page. Like most people, I've experienced grief in my life. My Dad died when I was three. I left the country of my birth when I was … Continue reading Some things about grieving
Does your dating life - or just your life in general - feel like groundhog day (read: repetitive if you didn't watch the tedious 1993 movie)? Love, sex and dating are often venerated as 'the ultimate goal of life'. But how much of your quest for love is about avoiding being with yourself? Real love … Continue reading Searching for love can be about escaping yourself
Start seeing your identity as flexible and malleable. Don't fall into the trap of the fixed mindset by believing that 'this is just the way I am'. Don't see your identity as something rigid. Just because you’ve played a role in the past doesn’t mean you are married to that role. If your current context … Continue reading Reinvent your identity, turnback time and even hack your biology
Here's an interesting article for coaches and managers responsible for holding people to a certain set of behavioural standards / values. Feedback might make things worse, especially in cases where people are 'acting out'. Mindful awareness is better. If you want more, please read the article by clicking on the link below: https://knowledge.insead.edu/blog/insead-blog/diffusing-unconscious-misbehaviour-in-the-workplace-6881