I’m not a big fan of watching movies.
It’s not that I hate them. I just watch movies less than the average individual for reasons that are still unknown.
Recently, I have sat down to watch Spider-man Homecoming. It was just for entertainment. I was not expecting to find something deep in it.
But it turned out that I was wrong. Inside the movie lies one of the secrets of self-respect and the antidote to neediness.
The day I realized that I lack self-awareness was the day I read about self- awareness. The day I realized that my social skills suck was when I was put in situations where I was supposed to have a certain…
Mean people are a pain in the neck. No, wait! The pain they cause can go further than your neck and screw up your self-esteem and how you feel about yourself. Let’s face it, we hate mean people because they…
This is a guest post by Timon, the social skills coach at Techlecticism.com . You may check is bio below the article. “How embarrassing a story do you tell when you meet someone new?” I looked at Dave and pondered…
“But they say I’m the Black Sky.” She screamed in horror, speaking to her partner and trying to reason why she can give in to the evil, for the Black Sky is something evil, apparently. Seeing the good in her,…
Should you love your flaws and accept them?
Or should you work hard on changing them?
First of all, what I mean by the word flaws is the following:
“What you don’t like about yourself. Your shortcomings and insecurities and issues. Whether it’s about your personality, your living conditions, or even your physical looks.”
Those flaws can be real or imaginary.
In either case, they will threaten your self-esteem unless you deal with them in a healthy way. So many people want to become better but they are paralyzed by the fact that there will always be flaws.
Whenever someone asks the question, “how to change your life?”, they get a list of tips and tools to apply.
That’s not always helpful.
Let’s do something different in this article to answer this question in a better, and a simpler, way.
Let’s pretend for a while that self-improvement is like magic.
And to use this ‘magic’, we need a wand.
A wand that you can wave and watch the magic happen before your eyes. A wand that changes everything, from your self-confidence to the actual results you yearn to see in your life.
After World War II, Japan was utterly destroyed.
You don’t get hit by 2 nuclear bombs and stay optimistic and strong after that. Military, economically, emotionally, and psychologically, they were suffering.
In 1955, a young woman called Rosa Park made a very bold move. She was told to give up her seat to a white passenger. She was black and white people could make a black person stand up or go to the back of the bus to take their seat. But she said no boldly and courageously.
Those are seemingly two irrelevant events.
“Stop trying to control everything and let the chips fall where they may”
We, humans, are smart, to some extent.
But we’re weird. Like, really weird.
We often try to be something that we’re not.
For instance, fortune telling is impossible. We all know that.
Let’s do something fun. But scary at the same time.
Fun because of the possibility of hearing interesting stories. Scary because of how horrifying, and relatable, those interesting stories might be.
Let’s grab the hands of some adults and bring them back to childhood. To their childhood. We want to get them to remember some of their childhood to answer one question.
Let’s get the parents, too. Let’s get the old friends. The new friends. The important people in those adult’s lives. Their closest friends. The person reading this article on the internet right now.