Selfish behaviour is an escalation of the natural wish for resources. Such escalation can cause unwanted conflict and isolation.
Many of our relational triggers can be tracked back to three basic needs we have.
We all have a tendency to blame others and position ourselves defensively. By changing this habit, we can make ourselves healthier and happier.
Many of us seek to live a ‘good life’… but what do we mean by good?
Do you feel a conflict between the pressure to be strong, and the pressure to be sensitive? Managing the balance can be crucial to our mental health.
We can’t easily eradicate our problematic habits. But we can adapt our daily timetables to encourage new behaviours.