If you are not a kind person you are probably asking yourself… What is kindness? 💭
Well, a quick google research will give you the answer: #Kindness is the state of caring about other people’s well-being and taking action to help make other people’s lives better and happier.
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It’s great to be kind! Be good to people. Even the shitty ones. Let the assh*les be. Just be kind to everyone and you’ll sleep better 😉
Let’s cut the chase, here’s how to be kind👇
✔️Get your intentions RIGHT.
Having good intentions is the first step toward being kinder toward others and building positive #relationships with them.
Cultivating the right attitude about others is often necessary before we start acting in kinder ways. 👀
✔️See things from other people’s perspectives.
The practice of perspective-taking is a scientifically supported technique that we can use to increase #empathy and kindness toward others.
✔️Pause when you get angry or frustrated.
An important part of being a kind person is knowing how to control our anger and frustration.
It’s natural for us to occasionally be upset with other people; however, we should try our best to channel these emotions in constructive ways, not lash out, yell, insult, or be #aggressive.
And remember… Practice kindness in small doses.
Kindness is like a muscle, the more we exercise it the better we are at it. 💪
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A little bit of humour to send an important message: go to therapy.
When we have an inner pain, emotional difficulties, feeling bad about ourselves, thinking the world is a bad place, struggling from day to day, feeling lost with ourselves, etc, we tend to want to get away from those things with behaviours that distract us. Those behaviours are just a little plaster to cover the pain and don’t really address the important elements for truly feeling better.
Therapy is effective at healing emotional pain permanently.
Unfortunately, many people call a therapist when those distracting behaviours stop working. By then, people become even more distressed, in a state of crisis.
It is ok to go to therapy when you’re in crisis. But try not to wait until you feel that bad. Go to therapy earlier, when you start to feel unsatisfied about your life, not when you’re at the end of your rope.
It may be daunting to make an appointment with a therapist, but once you’re there, you will see that it wasn’t as scary as you thought.
Be courageous and make your appointment today.
This weekend was fun. I had friends over for a little bubbly get-together. 🍾🥂 A reminder to go with the flow... both my lifelong girls were separately called elsewhere unexpectedly.
There is nothing that can be done except, appreciate the bigger hidden underlying picture. The tower swoops it’s energy in at times and that is just how it is.
Be flexible. And act with haste when called.
Serena Williams and her husband, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, are the definition of couple goals.
But prior to meeting her now-husband, the tennis great received some wonderful words of relationship wisdom from the guru of advice ― Oprah herself. “Oprah said, ‘Never let anyone dim your light.’ That really stuck with me. Alexis doesn’t dim my light,” Williams said in an interview for the cover of Allure’s February 2019 issue. “He doesn’t try to dim my light. He puts me in the light, even if I don’t want to be,” she said. “He pushes me to further points I never thought about. It always was something that I could see in some relationships — my light would be dimmer. Now I feel like I can shine really bright and still do everything that I want to do.”
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