The problems we experienced in childhood determine what the quality of our lives as adults will be. They can also affect the way our children will adopt tomorrow as well as how we deal with adversity. Somehow, from these emotional wounds or painful childhood experiences, we create a part of our personality. Fear of abandonment… Continue reading Emotional wounds from childhood that survive even when we grow up
Although women are faced with obstacles from childhood to old age, it seems to me that we deal with them successfully. Although we are accused of being fragile, pathetic, and overly emotional, many of us have survived death, illness, job loss, divorce, breakup, custody struggle, gender-based violence, abortion, and more. I wonder how men would… Continue reading If I were a man, would I be without a problem?
That's that charming guy, with a sense of humor! A smiling guy who respects himself and you! A guy raised as a man! A type made of quality material, woven from thin but strong threads and coated with the highest quality varnish that never wears off! A real man is a gentleman with "bad boy"… Continue reading A story about real men
Usually, empaths are perceived as people who are not indifferent to the feelings of others; they are sympathetic, caring, empathetic, and merciful souls. So you might be surprised to learn that empathy has a dark side. Empaths see a lot more things in the world than we do. This can cause problems in various areas… Continue reading The dark side of empathy that no one talks about
In the broadest sense, mental health encompasses emotional, psychological, and social well-being. Ultimately, it is reflected in the way we think, feel and behave. It is more worthwhile than ever to start this topic and break down all the taboo doors in front of it. And ask yourself - can we call ourselves a mentally… Continue reading Can we call ourselves a mentally healthy generation?