Sometimes we need to listen to ourselves, and empathise with the ‘little voices’, the suffering parts of ourselves that want to be heard, and perhaps to grow into something wonderful.
When we argue, we try to make ourselves right and the other person wrong. But, instead of helping, this urge to polarise actually perpetuates conflict. True happiness lies in being happy to be neither right nor wrong, to just be.
Processing negative emotions is essential. It stops us from ‘acting out’ – throwing our emotions onto others without understanding. We can become more free. We can ask for what we want without causing conflict.
As we get older, our tastes change. To stay authentic, we need to keep on our toes, review our habits, and rediscover what we like.
Difficulty making decisions is a symptom of depression. Here are some things you can do to return to the world of decision-making.
A few tips, courtesy of Randi Kreger, on how to work with Borderline Personality Disorder.