Reverse psychology is based on an emotional phenomenon called “reactance” that describes what in practice is that negative emotion that the mind generates when someone tries to convince us of something. Continue reading →
There’s a small story that clearly explains how your comfort zone works. “In a Japanese village the main source of income was fishing. In every morning all men would woke up and start their fishing adventure, while their wives would take the fish and set on the road to neighboring villages. Since the main activity in the village was fishing , the source of income was selling fish in neighboring villages. One day, they went as usual on the road full of dangers such as wild animals, robbers, and after they walked a long way they decided to stop in a clearing to spend the night there . It was an amazing meadow with singing birds and a very nice smell of cherrys. The women were lying to sleep , but noticed that they can’t fall asleep. Nobody understood why, until one of them said that they all should sleep with their baskets of fish near their heads. Continue reading →
Maybe youoften hearthe phrase “passive-aggressive behavior,” but youhad no ideawhat it means. Verbal violence couldbe the firstfeature thatyou can thinkinsuch cases.If it’s a passive and aggressive behaviorat the same time, probably it won’t get to episodes ofphysical violence, right? Suchlogicisacceptable, but it is not the case for this type of behavior. Inreality, those who havepassive-aggressivebehaviorusuallyare responsible formany Continue reading →
Your strengthis greaterthan you can imagineright now!Why I’msayingthis?BecauselatelyIreally wanted somebodyto tell methis words… Becauseif I knewwhatunseen force I was keeping inme,I would notlet this force unused for this long. Becauseif I knew that to bethe same as othersmeant wastingmypower, I have daredto follow myinner voicemuch earlier.
I’m freeaftertoomuch time spentin chains, so that I do not knowwhat to dowith so muchfreedom.But I Continue reading →