“Desperate times, desperate measures”, heard it often right? In my earlier post https://digurself.wordpress.com/2020/09/21/feelings-and-reactions/, I talked about channelizing emotions. What does this mean? At least once in our lifetime, we all must have come across a situation where we experience an overload of emotion, it may be an overload of happiness, pain, anger, frustration, or motivation. Remember your experience What did you do next? Did you … Continue reading It is all in your hands
“You are always responsible for how you act no matter how you feel” We are all living a book with different kinds of chapters in it- some good and some bad, some exciting and some very irritating. These chapters make us feel in different ways at different times. We like a puppet in life’s hands to react to every situation the way it wants us … Continue reading Feelings and reactions
“Happy soul is a good observer of emotions and not a reactor”- Krishna YadavHow often does it happen that we make some impulsive decisions and later on regret for our actions? We come across several situations in life where we are overwhelmed by some kind of emotion that being rational becomes very difficult. Such decisions rarely generate a positive or constructive outcome because our decision … Continue reading Be an observer not a reactor
“Crying isn’t a sign of weakness. It’s a sign of having tried too hard to be strong for too long”- Whisper I was living in a misconception for a very long time. Since childhood, I have been defining strength as the capability of holding back one’s emotions. It always felt that crying was a symbol of my weakness. When this thought took shelter in my … Continue reading Redefining Strength- Is crying wrong?
“Don’t confuse having a career with having a life”- Hillary Rodham Clinton This lesson, though very simple in appearance, is something that we all struggle with. Maintaining a work-life balance is a huge task and at times can be very frustrating, especially when one of these fronts is posing great challenges in your life. I realized the importance of this subject while talking to one … Continue reading Professional life v/s Personal life