You treat me as I am small.
You view me as powerless.
You try to keep me down.
You insult me, threaten me.
You harass and belittle me.
You discriminate against me.
You think you are powerful.
You think you are above me.
You think you are better than me.
Deep down you see in me,
Something you can never have.
You are intimidated by me.
You deny the truth,
Your day is coming.
I will not stand down.
I will not be quiet.
I will fight, as I have always done.
I will show you who you are.
Then I will show you who the fuck I am.
I am powerful, I am strong,
I will rise like a phoenix from the ashes.
Watch and see!
You treat me as I am small.
I’m sure that everyone has dreams in their life. We want to become an astronaut, firefighter, or celebrity—but many of us view it as nearly impossible. We let self-doubt and fear of failure become an obstacle, convincing ourselves that we’re not good enough—that we don’t have what it takes to… Read More »7 Tips to Chase Your Dreams and Win Life
Let go of the emotional baggage, the guilt attached to the mess of toxicity.
Asking for help is not easy. However, if post-pandemic stress leads to excessive or chronic substance use or even addiction, now is the time to reach out.
Seek help and take care of yourself. Develop coping mechanisms to help you start to feel better and back on track to living your life.
I’m sure that everyone has dreams in their life. We want to become an astronaut, firefighter, or celebrity—but many of us view it as nearly impossible.
We let self-doubt and fear of failure become an obstacle, convincing ourselves that we’re not good enough—that we don’t have what it takes to be a winner.
But it’s not impossible to successfully reach our dreams. Of course, we need a planned strategy in place and a mindset that concentrates on making progress day by day. Here are 8 tips to help you pursue your distant dreams and live life to the fullest.
1. Start Your Day With Positivity
Starting your day on the right foot can be a game-changer. Plenty of people have difficulty finding the motivation to get out of bed, let alon
How many times has your inner voice guided you to "let go" of something? Countless times...Right? Don't worry! We all are in the same boat. :)
Before going further, let me quickly introduce you to your inner devils. We all have them inside us. Believe it or not, these are desperate guests who visit you as a surprise by cropping up out of nowhere just to make sure that your mood remains blah the whole day or for at least the next few days.
Okay, Drum Roll Please!!! ;D
Your ugly past...Your childhood traumas...Your devastating memories...Your consistent rejections, failures...Your teenage tragedies...Your worst experiences...Your shattering incidences...Your out of control ev
Are you fed up being around toxic people the way I was? Then you are on the right path with this curation. Sometimes we choose to be around toxic people knowingly or unknowingly. Sometimes the situations and circumstances choose us to be around toxic people where we feel helpless by thinking that there is no other option than being prey to toxicity.
"There are people who bring you down by just BEING THEM." - Malebo Sephodi
Have you ever thought about how toxic people's behavior, views, and opinions impact us emotionally and mentally in an adverse way?
We feel stressed...irritated...tensed...frustrated...agitated. Ultimately, this toxicity hampers the quality of life. Toxic views, opinions, and be
While not everyone is addiction-prone, based on individual predispositions and availability, some people tend to be more vulnerable than others. Post pandemic stress has become a real problem for millions of people. Individuals are still struggling with substance use, and drug overdoses continue to rise.
The lingering effects are still there. Pandemic anxiety and stress go on for substantial numbers of people. These individuals lost relatives and loved ones, lost jobs, are immunocompromised, and livelihoods continue to be adversely impacted. The risk for addiction is high for many people. However, it can be prevented, and you can know when to ask for help.
Easing Post Pandemic Stress
Chronic stress could lead to something called learned helplessness. This is a situation when you feel unable
Are you exhausted, but not in the physical sense? Are you finding yourself feeling overwhelmed and stressed out more often than not? If so, then you may be experiencing signs of emotional exhaustion. This is a very real condition that can have serious consequences if left untreated.
In this blog post, we will discuss six signs that you're emotionally exhausted and some tips on dealing with it. Let's get started:
6 Signs You're Emotionally Exhausted
1. You're Constantly Running on Empty
If you're constantly running on empty, it's a sign that you're emotionally exhausted. You may find yourself unable to keep up with the demands of your job, family, and social life. You may feel like you're always giving and never receiving. T