What would you do differently if you knew nobody would judge you?
For much of my life, I spent a whole lot of time worrying about what other people thought about the things that I did.
To the point that often I would not do things I wanted because I was afraid of what others might think. The fear stopped me from doing some silly inconsequential things and large things alike.
When the thoughts in my head worried about the thoughts in others, the results were a constant fear of showing what I really was like. There was a chance that someone might not like what I would be doing. Read more...(672 words, 13 images, estimated 2:41 mins reading time)
Inside every person in the world, there exists a conflict between your two selves.
Students of psychology have several different names for these “voices”, some refer to them as your ego, or perhaps your super ego, but for my purposes, I will address these two voices as Self I and Self II.
These two entities are constantly battling for control of our thoughts and actions. If you don’t believe it, who answers you in your head when you ask the simplest question? One voice asks the other one answers. It happens all of the time. Now let’s get to meet your two voices. Read more...(811 words, 11 images, estimated 3:15 mins reading time)
There is no such thing as normal. Normal is a word that will bring a different vision to everyone’s mind, but to me each vision is biased by the experiences of the thinker. My normal may seem ludicrous to you and what you do each day as a matter of life, may seem out of this world. The point to me is that there is no need to appoint a value of “normal” to anybody or anybody’s life. Read more...(634 words, 5 images, estimated 2:32 mins reading time)