What is Emotional Resistance? Why a “Technique” Won’t Work

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There are so many tools for improving yourself out there. I’m sure if you’re reading this, you’re aware of quite a few. But do you find when you try to use them at times, they just don’t work? You’re wondering, “What is this emotional resistance? Why am I making myself feel worse when this thing is supposed to make me …

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How to Get Your Emotional Needs Met

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Why should you care about your emotional needs? Well, getting these consistently met and knowing exactly what they are for you is the only way to become a happy, healthy, stress-free adult. It’s how you bring in everything you want in to your life, from money, to sex, good relationships, connection, great jobs, and more. This article will show you …

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5 Dating Fears Men Must Conquer

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Men (or more specifically masculine energy), are expected to lead relationships. Women want men who are confident and go for what they want – in life and with them. The problem is that nobody’s perfect. Many of us have an inherent fear of dating, hence the entire creation of the men’s dating advice community. We all have fears built up from …

Confirmation Bias – How Your Emotions Are Screwing You Over

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I’ve already decided on what I want. I know I’m right so fuck what other people are telling me and anything to the contrary” is a straight forward way to describe the psychological term confirmation bias. The problem is when this is applied to depressive thinking, such as “I’m a loser”, it can be quite harmful. How do you stop …

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How to Deal with Repressed Emotions and How They Might Be Hurting You: Micro-Traumas

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You’ve probably heard a common saying that goes something like: “Don’t bring up the past in arguments. Only deal with what’s going on right now.” This could be directed at the angry girlfriend who yells at her boyfriend about something not putting a dish away, but is really still mad about the fact that he went out with his friends instead of …