As you work towards becoming stronger and more resilient in areas of your life, it’s important that you remember O’Toole’s Law. With that inescapable truth in mind, here are four areas where you will need to be particularly vigilant in the days ahead to ward off emotional exhaustion and stay strong.
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The negative effects of emotional abuse can be overwhelming and debilitating. This can lead to a state of depression when the effects of the abuse compromise your ability to hope, cope, envision a future, and to find the strength to carry on each day. Without optimism, it is difficult to drown out many of the […]
A state of happiness is really a state of mind. It is a way of looking at the world and circumstances. One of the key components to this state of mind is learning to exercise optimism. In a pessimistic, negative world, this can be quite challenging. Undoubtedly, you have heard the adage about the difference […]
Just as we can be unaware of our routines, we can also let negative feelings or self-defeating thinking slip by unnoticed. You may occasionally notice them, but you will likely also have a list of reasons they belong there. Working through them is key to effective depression treatment.
Physical illnesses as well as physical conditions that may not be diagnosed or readily apparent can contribute to depression.
Without a regular renewal of our attitudes, we will remain stagnant and uninteresting, and we will be able to offer little to those who need us most.
I’ve found, for some people, addictions can act as emotional dams, holding back pain. The addictive behaviors create a structure behind which disturbing emotions are kept contained.
When recovering from emotional exhaustion, you quickly learn the benefits of decreasing the amount of fat and refined carbohydrates in your diet.
What are the loves of your life? I’m not talking about people here but rather about the things you truly love to do – your hobbies and interests.
Ironically, the very thing we turn to for increased connectivity with others is proving to be the biggest disconnection point in our lives.
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