It’s been over a year since my last blog post, “9 Practices of Happy People.” The last couple of years have been crazy. There’s been a lot of decisions to make and a lot of heartache in the process. We all have choices to make regularly. With each of these, we must take the time to question our motives. Sometimes the decision is a big one, like getting married. Other times, it feels small. While what you have for lunch may not be crucial in the long run, it’s good practice to consider what you do before you do it. Here are a few questions to ask yourself.
Happiness. All we really want in life is for our friends, family, and people, in general, to be happy. But what does it take to be happy? How can we ourselves reach that goal? Continue reading “The 9 Practices of Happy People”
No matter what anyone else may tell you, happiness just may be the most important thing in the world. It is the root of everything good and the ward from everything evil. I may just scratch the surface today, and I may be underqualified. But when something is on my heart, it aches until I share it.
“Are you a narcissist?” Let’s start off by saying that if you are interested in finding out if you may be a narcissist, then you probably aren’t one. You see thousands and thousands of articles on how to spot narcissism in someone else, but you rarely see any helping those that may be narcissistic.
That is because Continue reading “Are You A Narcissist?”
Guide to Slang
Salty: upset or bitter, specifically toward other people.
Flaming: the act of expressing annoyance or anger towards others.
Tilted: generally, the beginning of an emotional breakdown and frustration of your hard work not resulting in the success.
Now that we’ve gone over the internet slang we will use, let’s get started with the main subject. In today’s world, it’s almost glorified to bask in your own faults.