Thanks to popular culture and love stories, many of us grow up with unrealistic expectations about what love and relationships are all about. This may be especially true if you grew up without many positive role models to show you what healthy relationships look like.
Depression is a significant problem in today's generation, especially among men. Women and children generally express their thoughts, but men, unfortunately, don't have the liberty to do so. No matter how much we sweep this topic under the rug, the fact is that even men are the victims of social stigma and stereotyping. Masculinity is often associated with not exhibiting their emotions.
Recent years have proven to be a challenge for many to understand and fully comprehend how to navigate being single and on the market. With apps like Tinder launching in 2012 there was a sudden rise in “hook up” culture and singles everywhere were unsure if they were entering something casual or a passionate love affair.
Exploring the type of attachment style that you have can be an excellent way to learn more about yourself and how to have better, more evolved relationships with romantic partners, family members and friends. There are three primary attachment styles that people have: anxious, avoidant and secure. Read on to learn more about how you can use attachment types to better understand yourself and your relationships.
Self-care doesn’t necessarily have to be complicated or difficult. Sure, you can go all out and treat yourself to a luxurious spa day or much needed vacation, but there are also small ways that you can practice self-care on the daily. Even something as routine as cooking can be a form of self-care and find a bit of fulfillment.
Job interviews can be daunting and exhausting. There are plenty of articles and examples that can demonstrate and prepare you for any job interview. These articles dictate how to dress, what to say and what to do to follow up, but what we don’t take into consideration is the mental toll that completing a job interview can cause.
The way we start off our mornings can really affect how we take in the rest of our day. It can be really easy to get into a morning routine that feels like we’re on auto-pilot. Practicing mindfulness has been shown to decrease anxiety over time, so adding some sort of mindfulness practice to the mornings can have a positive effect on the rest of our day.