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3 Types of Exaggerated Thinking That Create Unnecessary Drama

We all exaggerate sometimes. And it’s not always a bad thing, especially if it’s just spicing up a story to a friend or making fun of a little thing that happened to us on the way to work. However, I often find that people who are the most stressed in life also have a strong […]

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Give Yourself Time to Digest Big Life Events

Our lives are always changing in both small and large ways. Sometimes these changes can be very sudden and abrupt. They hit us hard and unexpectedly, and we’re forced to take a step back and reevaluate just what has happened. These big life events can seem dramatic and hard-to-swallow at first, which is why it’s […]

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Why You Should Think Out Loud To Yourself

The next time you find yourself thinking really hard about a problem in your life, try to think out loud to yourself instead of just keeping it in your mind. This is because often when you say something out loud, it can sound very different than when you’re just playing with thoughts inside your head. […]

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Practice Improvisation to Become a Faster and More Creative Thinker

We can’t completely plan out everything that happens in our lives. Instead a lot of the situations we find ourselves in we have to respond to spontaneously – which requires a certain amount of fast and creative thinking on the spot. When we try to plan too much, we often over-think and over-analyze, which leads […]

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Follow the Middle Way in Self Improvement

We have a tendency to swing from one extreme to another, when often finding a “middle way” is the best course of action. We often fall into this problem when we try something, it doesn’t work out, so we overcompensate by doing the exact opposite. For example, when I first started trying to date girls, […]

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