To be truly happy, we may have to become more moderate and accepting: in short, perhaps, more ordinary.
Accepting our own individual ‘complications’
To manage our mental health well, we should accept ourselves with all our complications and individuality.
Feeling good enough
Assessing self and others is natural. But when self-assessment turns too negative, we can be our own worst enemy. For true wellbeing, we need to find a balance of self-acceptance and self-accountability.
Overcoming the fear of rejection and failure
Can we overcome our own neediness? Can we escape our fear of rejection and failure? Absolutely. But it may take a change of thinking.
Mental control: how often do you say ‘I can’t help it’?
‘I can’t help it’ can sometimes be, how shall we say it, a bit of a ‘cop out’. There is, perhaps, always some way in which we can act wisely.
How to avoid frustration
Are you frustrated with finances, career, relationships, bodily appearance? These are the ‘fabulous four’ frustrations that preoccupy the modern mind. It doesn’t have to be like that.