The Rest Step

Recently I found myself in the position of carrying my 2-year-old on my shoulders while I dragged my 6-year-old along in a sled. We were hurrying back through the falling snow and the howling wind to the car after our foray into the first snow of the season turned the corner into too cold. My … More The Rest Step

Regaining Lift

Most of us experience stalling at some stage in our lives. In our attempts to be all we can. In our attempts to climb as high as we can, as fast as we can. The problem is, like an aeroplane, we can only climb so fast. If we pitch the nose up too high, or … More Regaining Lift

Stress and Relief

Hi all, How is everyone doing? I think most of us got used to this quarantine changes. That is what I feel, at least. But I have been noticing some things that tell me I am not fully adapted in my subconscious yet. One such point is that I have cycles of feeling good and … More Stress and Relief

Tiredness

Hi all, I want to talk about tiredness today. Specifically, how tiredness is closely tied to the mind. According to some, some (or most or all) illnesses are caused by psychological issues. Illnesses are reflections of underlying psychological problems. I also believe that at least some illnesses are like this. However, my point today is … More Tiredness

Is your stress constructive or destructive? How to make the difference between them

“In psychology, stress is a feeling of strain and pressure. Stress is a type of psychological pain. Small amounts of stress may be desired, beneficial, and even healthy. Positive stress helps improve athletic performance. It also plays a factor in motivation, adaptation, and reaction to the environment. Excessive amounts of stress, however, may lead to … More Is your stress constructive or destructive? How to make the difference between them

PhD Life

Hi all! This post is really going to be me asking for suggestions from you guys. As you might know, I am a PhD student. What does a PhD student do? Mainly: -do research -go to classes -teach (most PhD students are either Teaching or Research Assistants) -write It does not look complicated and demanding … More PhD Life

Stop Burdening Yourself with Unnecessary Ideals

It’s Okay If You’re Not Feeling Well-Mannered There’s a development related process in psychology. It takes place during our childhood. When we’re kids, we’re egocentric. Till the age of at least four to six. After that, we turn into social animals. Allocentric people. Egocentrism means that you give a damn about what’s happening right now … More Stop Burdening Yourself with Unnecessary Ideals