Terça-feira, 19 de Maio de 2020

5 Ugly Truths about Life That Will Make You a Better Person

 

5 Ugly Truths about Life That Will Make You a Better Person

Sherrie Hurd, A.A.

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Posted May 19th, 2020.

 
 
 
 
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It isn’t always easy to become a higher version of yourself. There are ugly truths that must be faced in order to change for the better.
I’m not here to say you are a bad person. I cannot make that judgment. But the truth remains, there is always room for improvement, and you can see it in what you’re not doing.For instance, take a moment and write down a few positive actions you’re taking. Don’t write down your qualities, no, think about what you’ve actually done that’s brought about a positive outcome or helped someone. Ugly truths say that list may be short. It may be hard to think of any positive actions you’ve taken lately, even though you do mean well.
I can attest to this myself. I talk about all the things I want to do to help someone, but I only accomplish around a fraction of those things. To be a better person in life, I have to glance into the ugly face of truth for myself. There are many things I can do in order to become the person I want to be. It is hard sometimes to face up to this.
There are a few examples of ugly truths, in case you’re wondering what’s holding you back. Take a look.

Ugly truths that bring good outcomes

1. The world only wants what you can provide

No matter how good of a person you think you are, the world only cares how much you can provide with the skills you possess. Do you think the world thinks about your charming personality or your empathetic nature?
I’m sorry, but to the world, these things are just pretty icing on a cake that may or may not taste good to them. What the world wants is someone who can make money, build things, produce things, and provide any demand it throws out.
So, to be a better person, you must accept this truth. It may be a mean spirited attitude that the world has, but it’s the ugly truth, that the worlds wants. When you accept this raw honesty, what happens is you learn to love yourself despite what the world wants. You can choose to provide however you wish, and understand that this is what the world likes, but you can also appreciate who you are, and this makes you better for it.

2. People will let you down

Do you remember telling your best friend that secret and how they promised to never tell anyone? Yeah, they told someone, maybe even a few people. A good friend once told me that when you tell one person a secret, at least one other person will know, and so on. The ugly truth is, it is almost impossible to have a friend who doesn’t spill the beans occasionally, and at least to one individual.
And that’s not all, people will disappoint you in other ways too. If you think you will get into a relationship and it will be perfect, you are delusional. It will be bad at times, maybe many times. Your employer will not be perfect, your family will not be perfect. People are imperfect and they cannot do the right thing 100% of the time. So, get used to it.

3. What’s worthwhile requires hard work

You will never be able to have something truly special or productive if you don’t work really hard. I know this is not what you want to hear, but it’s the hard truth. You know those laid-back people who believe in “taking it easy”, yeah, they usually don’t fulfill great goals in their lives. I promise, just watch them for a while and see for yourself.
If you want to stand out and get a promotion, for instance, you must work your butt off and do so in such a way that you get noticed as a highly productive employee. If you work a little, you will reap only a small reward. If you stay busy and productive, you can fulfill great dreams.

4. Perfect happiness doesn’t exist

If you think some particular thing is all you need to be perfectly happy, you are wrong. There is nothing in the world that can make you happy to the point where you will have no other troubles.
True happiness is within, and I am sure you’ve heard this before. Now, this is true, but, this true happiness from within will also never be perfect. Life is not perfect, we are not either, and the ugly truth is… happiness is fleeting. However, there is nothing wrong with pursuing it anyway. Just always be aware that it doesn’t last forever.

5. You will die

Did you know that for the most part, we ignore the fact that we’re going to die? It might not be tomorrow, next month, or even next year. In fact, we may live a hundred years. But, the fact remains, we will die.
This is an ugly truth that should have you organizing your priorities and getting the most out of each and every day. But since we ignore, deny, or just turn our face away from death, we get lazy and we procrastinate. Yes, I guess I’m preaching doom and gloom here, but to be honest, you will, someday, somehow… die. So, face it and be better for it too.

The ugliness of truth will help you

Thinking that life is a fairy tale may be fun in the short term, but it will make you waste away in the long run. If we face things in truth, we can find ways to better use our time, hopefully, wisely.
I cannot brag about this at all. I think sometimes I am terrible at facing the truth and its ugliness, and I watch hours of television or scroll mindlessly on the computer. Is this a pattern you recognize in yourself.
I urge you, as a fellow procrastinator, to join me in facing the ugly truths of life. It will hurt, but just think of how worthwhile your life will be when you stop denying what’s really happening. We can do this.
I have faith in you. 

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Treating Cancer Naturally: 11 Strategies That Work.

Treating Cancer Naturally:

11 Strategies That Work.

By Dr. David Jockers DC, MS, CSCS.

Posted April 22, 2020 by cindye. 

 
 
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Many disturbances to our body’s natural capabilities can promote cancer growth. Some of these concerns include a weak immune system, unbalanced pH, reduced oxygenation to cells, and excessive toxicity.
These problems can be treated and symptoms of cancer can be healed. However, treating cancer naturally using non-toxic therapies requires a diligent approach and a long-term commitment.
You hold the power to unleash your natural healing capabilities. Use these 11 natural cancer treatments to relieve your symptoms and prevent the further spread of tumors throughout your body.
If you are currently cancer-free, these modalities can be used to prevent cancer from gaining a foothold. Unlike toxic cancer treatments such as chemotherapy and radiation, these natural therapies fortify the body and help to keep your immune system strong.

#1. Ketogenic Diet

You can starve cancer by practicing a ketogenic diet consisting of an abundance of healthy fats (about 75%), only 20% protein, and no more than 5% carbohydrates
You can starve cancer by practicing a ketogenic diet consisting of an abundance of healthy fats (about 75%), only 20% protein, and no more than 5% carbohydrates
A ketogenic diet allows the body to turn fat into fuel (form ketones) in a physiological process which does not burden the cell’s powerhouses known as mitochondria. Typically, mitochondria create energy from glucose found in abundance in our carbohydrate-intensive diets.
The ketogenic diet is low in carbohydrates and high in good fats. A ketogenic diet reduces the risk of mutations occurring within cells along with the formation of free radicals, both of which are causes of colon, lung and breast cancer.
The ketogenic diet reduces symptoms in patients with metabolic conditions because it lowers the energy generated from the breakdown of glucose found in simple and complex carbohydrates. Cancer cells thrive off of the energy created from glucose fermentation, which is also called anaerobic metabolism due to the lack of oxygenation.
Examples of ketogenic approved foods include: pastured beef and dairy products (including eggs), organic poultry, and wild fish & seafood. Vegetables and fruits low in carbohydrates (including cabbage, asparagus, lemon and limes), healthy fats such as avocados and coconut oil, along with a few nuts and seeds are usually permitted.
Committing to a ketogenic diet can delay the development of tumors and increase the survival rate for patients by greater than 50 percent.
Using intermittent fasting where you consume meals between a 4 to 8-hour window each day can be a very effective way to get into ketosis. Fasting is an anti-inflammatory, immune strengthening activity as it reduces overall blood sugar and enhances ketone body formation.

#2. Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatments improve oxygen supply, and improve cellular conditions which reduces the risk of cancerous growth
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatments improve oxygen supply, and improve cellular conditions which reduces the risk of cancerous growth
Couple your commitment to the ketogenic diet with hyperbaric oxygen therapy. The combination of a nutrient-dense ketogenic diet and hyperbaric oxygen therapy is being studied for its effectiveness with various forms of cancer. Many health care practitioners are using this modality to improve immunity and help people overcome chronic disease conditions.
The two therapies combined have shown to decrease tumor growth rates, improve ketosis, and decrease glucose levels.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy promotes oxygen supply to cells and improves pH by decreasing acidity which are two main factors which lead to cancer development. Healthy cells only thrive in conditions where they receive a proper oxygen supply, unlike cancer cells. Receiving hyperbaric oxygen therapy treatments can buffer your body’s pH, improve oxygen supply, and overall improve cellular conditions which reduce risk of cancerous growth.
Most practitioners will recommend a 50-minute session three times per week, but many individuals choose to purchase or rent a portable hyperbaric chamber where they can do several hours at a time or even sleep in it overnight on a regular basis.

#3. Juicing

Juicing cruciferous vegetable sprouts (such as kale, broccoli, & cauliflower sprouts) provides an additional boost of nutrients
Juicing cruciferous vegetable sprouts (such as kale, broccoli, & cauliflower sprouts) provides an additional boost of nutrients
Juicing is an amazing tool which anyone can use to decrease the likelihood of developing cancer. Juicing nutrient-dense foods inundates the body with powerful antioxidants and cancer fighting tools to boost the immune system and improve health. In fact, juicing some vegetables and fruit can supply a higher amount of nutrients for absorption in comparison to eating the entire raw or cooked food source on its own.
When deciding what to juice and how to receive the greatest benefits with minimal effort, try juicing cruciferous vegetable sprouts. Cruciferous vegetables, and their sprouts in particular, contain phytochemicals which have profound anti-aging, anti-cancer, and antioxidant properties.
Kale, broccoli, and cauliflower sprouts are only required in small concentrations to reap health benefits. Such sprouts provide natural enzymes for the body to fight cancer by reducing free radicals and inflammation.
To name only a few examples, sprouts contain nutrients such as:
  • Vitamins and minerals including K and C
  • Chlorophyll
  • Glutathione
  • Amino acids
  • Sulforaphane
  • Beta-carotene
  • Quercetin
Sulforaphane deserves special attention because of its abilities to detoxify natural pathways and reduce the burden of carcinogens in cells and tissue.
Quercetin, obtained in high yield when juicing fresh, high quality foods, increases apoptosis and prevents cancer metastasis.
Always attempt to drink juice immediately after making it in order to consume the juice at its most nutrient dense condition. Otherwise, store the juice in an airtight glass container in the darkest and coolest part of your refrigerator for optimal nutrient quality.
Many practitioners recommend cancer patients consume 32-64 ounces of fresh green juices each day to help slow cancer growth. For prevention, 8-16 ounces can be a great strategy to ensure your body is receiving sufficient micronutrients.

#4. Fermented Foods




Fermented vegetables are a good source of healthy bacteria


Excellent sources for healthy bacteria are fermented foods and beverages. A healthy gut microbiota is important in regulating the entire health of the whole body and mind. Those at increased risk for metabolic conditions and cancer typically have elevated concentrations of harmful bacteria in their gut microbiomes.

Some cancers associated with unhealthy gut bacteria are colorectal cancer, pancreatic carcinoma, and gallbladder cancer.
Bacteroidetes are a main type of bacteria found in fermented foods which produce a substance known as butyrate. Butyrate possesses its own cancer-fighting properties and is involved in enzymatic processes associated with breaking down starch.
Try adding fermented dairy products such as yogurt and kefir with live cultures from grass-fed cows to your diet. Cultured vegetables, Kombucha, sauerkraut, and other fermented foods and beverages are also sources of good bacteria.
Many practitioners recommend 2-4 servings of fermented foods each day to improve health and prevent/slow cancer growth.
If following a ketogenic diet, look for fermented foods that are low in sugar and carbohydrates so that they fit into the ketogenic diet model. This would include sauerkraut, kimchi, coconut water kefir, water kefir, coconut milk kefir, apple cider vinegar, and unsweetened coconut yogurt.
Note of caution: Take things slow when first adding fermented foods to your diet to avoid painful gas and bloating.

#5. Vitamin D

Because vitamin D is a fat-soluble nutrient, it is important to take the supplement with a fatty based meal for optimal absorption
Because vitamin D is a fat-soluble nutrient, it is important to take the supplement with a fatty-based meal for optimal absorption
An important component to the central nervous system and the health of the entire human body is vitamin D. This vital nutrient has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant abilities which continue to astound researchers.
Studies find that vitamin D is associated with reducing autoimmune complications and can limit the release of natural killer cell secretions when situations are unwarranted, such as during pregnancy.
One of the key functions of vitamin D is its ability to balance inflammatory pathways linked to cancer and promote the production of proteins such as GcMAF which regulate cancer cells. (Learn more about GcMAF here.)
GcMAF requires vitamin D in order to be created and fulfill its vital functions to maintaining the health of all cells and tissues. GcMAF has been shown to reverse breast cancer by preventing cancer cells from multiplying. Vitamin D therapy therefore also promotes GcMAF function and the ability to treat lymphoma, bladder, ovarian, and head and neck cancers among many others.
You can find out how much vitamin D is in your system by taking a blood test called the 25-hydroxy vitamin D test. (Other names for the test are 25-OH vitamin D test; Calcidiol; 25-hydroxycholecalciferol test.)
Ideal levels for vitamin D3 are between 60-100 nanograms per milliliter (ng/ml) with ideal ranges between 80-100 ng/ml for individuals looking to prevent or slow cancer growth. As a general rule, take 1,000 IUs per 25 pounds of body weight to slowly raise your vitamin D levels into range. OR take 2,000 IUs per 25 pounds of body weight to quickly raise your vitamin D levels.

#6. Enzymes

Like an ice-cream cone melting on a hot summer day, an enzyme can no longer can serve its function when certain conditions are not met.
Like an ice-cream cone melting on a hot summer day, an enzyme can no longer can serve its function when certain conditions are not met.
Your body contains numerous enzymes required for performing normal physiological processes. Enzymes promote anti-inflammatory effects, stimulate anti-cancer substances, and assist in the removal of toxins from the body.
Perhaps you remember learning from your science teacher how a lock and key model represents an enzyme and the substance it acts upon to perform a function? Maybe you also remember then how if certain conditions are not met, enzymes become unraveled.
For this reason it is very important that the proper balance of pH in our bodies is met. Unfortunately, our diets often leave our internal organs swamped in an environment full of excess acidity and affect the ability of enzymes to perform.
The toxins in the air we breathe, the water we drink, the personal care and household cleaning products we use, and many other lifestyle conditions further exacerbate this problem which can lead to cancer.
You must consciously choose to replenish the enzymes in your body and promote a stable environment for them to function. Enzymes are found in foods such as raw fruits and vegetables, fermented vegetables, and legumes.
A couple of the enzymes contained in fruits and vegetables are quinone reductase and glutathione-S-transferase, which are critical in regulating antioxidant pathways.
When we consume enzyme-containing foods we enhance the natural detoxification pathways to clean the liver, intestines, lungs, and stomach. Citrus fruits such as lemons and limes are rich in organic acids which (ironically enough) help to lower the acidity in our bodies and improve natural functions.
Enzyme therapy has been shown effective in treating individuals receiving chemotherapy treatment and reducing side effects including nausea, fatigue, vomiting, and pain. Systemic enzymes improve the natural immune system defenses which target cancer cells and prevent further growth.
Health practitioners who use enzyme therapy will often recommend anywhere from 5 grams to 45 grams daily depending upon the speed of the cancer growth. Five grams is great prevention for a slow growing tumor, while 45 grams is the typical dosage for individuals with very fast growing cancers.

#7. Turmeric

Research in clinical studies has shown that curcumin found in turmeric root has powerful abilities to treat cancer symptoms, including its ability to fight inflammation. Turmeric exhibits the same inflammation prevention control as do synthetic anti-inflammatory drugs like Tylenol and is supported by more than 570 studies.
Turmeric is a spice which you can add to your favorite curry dishes, Indian cuisines, and traditional soups and stews. It is excellent mixed in with healthy fats such as pastured milk.
Many practitioners recommend 500-1000 mg doses of curcumin 3-4 times daily with food. Curcumin should also be mixed with peperine from black pepper and taken with a fat-based meal for optimal absorption.

#8. Budwig Protocol

 
The Budwig Protocol was developed by Dr. Johanna Budwig, a world leading expert of her time in research on fats and their impacts in human microbiology. Since the start of her research in 1952, the Budwig Protocol has been used to treat and cure cancers of the lungs, prostate, ovaries, breast, pancreas, and even brain.

The protocol requires the combination of quark (a soft, fresh cheese) and flaxseed oil. The resulting mixture limits the body’s toxic burden by improving oxygenation and promoting detoxification.
The health benefits of the quark mixture can be thought of as a comparison to a dead car battery. The flaxseed oil in the quark is high in electrons and saturated fats which becomes involved in a chemical reaction and protects electrons in the flaxseed so that they may enter dead cells.
This process charges these cells and gives them the boost they need to once again be healthy. Attracting oxygen into cells is necessary to kill off cancer cells and heal the body with healthy ones.
Dr. Budwig found this treatment so effective that she advised her cancer patients to consume quark up to 8 times daily for up to six months.
Follow the recommended recipe for quark preparation:
  • Combine 2 Tablespoons of quark OR organic cottage cheese with 1 Tablespoon flaxseed oil or freshly ground flaxseeds. Using an immersion blender, mix the ingredients together until well combined and no visible oil appears. Eat immediately.

#9. Detoxification

Various detoxification pathways can become blocked or underused which leads to the buildup of carcinogens and the formation of cancer. Increase healing in your body by removing toxins using any or all of the following detoxification strategies:
  • Exercise: Increases oxygen flow and opens up pores for detox.
  • Infrared saunas: Stimulates deep tissue for the release of carcinogens.
  • Coffee enemas: Removes toxins along the gastrointestinal tract and can also improve mood.
  • Castor oil packs: Stimulates the flow of toxins out of organs and out of the intestines.
  • Dry brushing: Stimulates lymphatic flow and glandular function.
  • Consume an anti-cancer diet: Decreases toxic burden and decreases inflammation.
  • Drink lemon or mineralizing water: Balances the body’s natural pH.
Detoxification is a requirement in the process of healing the body and treating symptoms of cancer. Receiving a massage coupled with aromatherapy oils is another excellent technique to improve lymphatic function and promote detoxification. Essential oils can boost health in cancer patients and reduce stress and anxiety.

#10. Sunlight

Getting outside in sunlight is beneficial for improving both mental and physical health
Getting outside in sunlight is beneficial for improving both mental and physical health
Removing toxins from your body in order to treat cancer is dependent on the proper functioning of your glands. Part of Dr. Budwig’s protocol mentioned earlier is to receive naturally-sourced photons from the sun. This creates a magnetic field which attracts electrons into the cells of your body.
Dr. Budwig also believed that the sun’s rays stimulate the function of glandular organs including the pancreas, salivary glands, bladder, liver, and gall bladder. Stimulating energy into your cells is not only vital to heal cancer but can improve the health of your mind as well.
Sunlight can improve your mood, create optimism, and better support your immune system’s ability to fight off foreign invaders and cancerous cells.
Getting 20-30 minutes (for fair skin) up to 1-2 hours of high quality sun exposure (for darker skin) each day is of tremendous benefit to those looking to prevent or slow the growth of cancer. Be sure not to use sunscreen so you are able to absorb the UV rays that are critical to good health. You can use organic coconut oil on your skin before and after sun exposure in order to optimize your skin health.

#11. Beta Glucans

Beta glucans are found in the cell walls of yeast. Oats and mushrooms are also excellent sources of beta glucans
Beta glucans are found in the cell walls of yeast. Oats and mushrooms are also excellent sources of beta glucans
Beta glucans are naturally-occurring compounds found in nature but not in the human body. These complex sugar molecules supplement the immune system in order to design well targeted attacks on cancer and other foreign agents. Beta glucans provide immunomodulation and treat excessive inflammation due to autoimmune responses.
Some common foods which contain beta glucans are yeast, mushrooms, fermented foods, and indigestible soluble fibers including oats and barley.
Beta glucans protect the body from cancer by activating immune cells such as antibodies, natural killer cells, cytokines, T-cells, and macrophages. Together these cells coordinate attacks on tumor growth.
There are more than 1,000 published scientific articles on the health benefits of beta glucan therapy. Beta glucan supplementation has been shown in research to lower the rate of cancer cell concentration by effectively detecting and destroying their targets.
Many practitioners use 500 mg daily as a preventative measure for a healthy individual and 1000 mg, taken 2 times daily, outside of meal times as an immune strengthening agent in order to slow or prevent cancer growth.
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5 Signs You Could Be an Insecure Overachiever and How It Ruins Your Life

5 Signs You Could Be an Insecure Overachiever and How It Ruins Your Life

Becky Storey.

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February 18, 2020

 

 



An insecure overachiever is someone who constantly strives to do better but never feels like they reach it. They tend to believe that their worth is based on their job, work or career. As a result, they are not confident in their achievements and crave praise to remind them that they are good enough. This impaired thinking is often based on past childhood experiences and poorly directed praise from their parents and role-models.

Overachievers with hidden insecurities are likely to be highly critical of their own work performance and have an unrealistic view of their own talents and abilities. They fear being inadequate, so they go above and beyond the call of duty to prove themselves to their co-workers and bosses.


You might be an insecure overachiever without even realizing it. It can be disguised as having general anxietytowards work or having too much passion for what you do. This makes it attractive to employers. They are able to ignore the dangerous effects this personality trait might have on a person and instead revel in the benefits of having an endlessly determined employee.
Signs You Could Be an Insecure Overachiever:
You Work Extra Long Hours

The trouble with needing to prove that you’re a hard worker is that there are very few ways to show how hard you’ve worked – especially when you struggle to feel pride in what you’ve produced. The usual way forward for an overachiever is to measure the hours you’ve worked. To this kind of personality, long hours equates to hard work and success.

These days, there are an awful lot of insecure workaholics and overachievers. Most workplaces are filled with people who never feel like they’ve done enough. This means long workdays are pretty commonplace. Like a vicious cycle, when they see others working long hours, overachievers feel like they have to do the same. There’s nothing worse than being at the bottom of the barrel, even if it’s entirely in your head.

Overachievers who suffer from insecurities find it hard to call it a day when a task hasn’t been finished. Instead of letting go until the next morning, they’ll work into the night. This can lead to all-nighters and sacrificing any other personal needs until the work is finished.
You Take Criticism Hard

An overachiever with self-esteem issues thrives on praise and validation. They need to know that their hard work has paid off, and they need to know that other people see it too. They are constantly trying to be the very best in their career and won’t be comfortable with anything less.

Unfortunately, it’s not possible to always produce flawless work. Sometimes, even when it’s minor, there are improvements to be made. To a perfectionist, like most insecure achievers tend to be, any form of criticism is hard to handle.

Hearing that the work they’ve produced isn’t perfect can send an insecure overachiever into a downward spiral. It could lead to even more excessive work hours and pressure, all in the name of self-doubt. This could result in feeling unworthy of their job and previous career success.
You Have Little Time for Other Interests

As an insecure overachiever, your life revolves around your work. This means there is little time for a social life, a family life, or any other hobbies. Weekends, nights and even holidays are spent working in the hopes of furthering your career and doing the very best you can do.


Prioritizing is also a difficulty for insecure overachievers. They regularly put work above anything else because they see it as the most important factor in their lives. Without it, their self-worth depletes and they lose their sense of identity. Constantly working allows them to feel the never-ending stream of self-esteem that they crave so much.

Having no time for other interests can make a person narrow-minded, though, and results in their work suffering. If you’ve ever looking to shed your overachiever skin, the best way to start is by loosening your schedule.
You Never Feel Good Enough

A key part of being an insecure overachiever is always feeling like your performance isn’t enough. You constantly strive to be better but never achieve it because the goal is distant, unrealistic, and often always moving. Overachievers who are secretly insecure rarely see the true value in the work that they produce, instead often nit-picking at its minor flaws. They are always searching for places to improve.

Self-critical overachievers are typically looking for praise in everything they do but aren’t always good at receiving it. They want to be told that they’re successful but struggle to believe it. This could come across as humble but is, in fact, the result of deep insecurity.
You Believe Your Success Is Just Luck

Instead of feeling confident in their skills and abilities, overachievers often remain insecure and have trouble believing that they have earned their career success. Instead, they assume that it’s just a case of “right place, right time” and maybe, extra hard work.

Insecure overachievers often suffer from imposter syndrome. This is the term used for people who don’t believe they deserve the recognition they’ve received. An overachiever with imposter syndrome fears that one day they’ll be exposed as a “fraud”. They see themselves as unworthy of their success and assume that one day someone will notice that they’ve never truly been good at their job, only lucky in the right moments.
Are You an Insecure Overachiever?

Being an insecure overachiever can be a pre-curser to all sorts of anxiety conditions and is dangerous for your health. The pressure to always be your very best, even when the “best” doesn’t really exist, creates stress on the body. There is hope though, with someone to talk to and good people around you, it is possible to undo the effects of insecurities and regain balance over your life.
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Becky Storey is a professional writer who has been passionate about the way we think and the human mind since she developed chronic anxiety many years ago. Now she loves to write and educate people on mental health and wellbeing. When Becky is not writing, you’ll find her outside with her Labrador, sitting behind a jigsaw puzzle, or baking something with too much sugar.
 
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How to Deal with Negative People in Your Workplace, Family or Friend Circle

How to Deal with Negative People in Your Workplace, Family or Friend Circle.

Lauren Edwards-Fowle.

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Handling negative people is a drain on our energy. It is often recommended to distance yourself from toxic relationships. However, sometimes we all have to learn how to deal with negative, critical and judgmental people, particularly of those people are colleagues, friends or family members.
 
Here are some tips and guidance to help you to learn how to deal with negative people, in the most positive way:
 
1. You are not responsible
 
It is all too easy to think that, when faced with a negative person, it is your responsibility to try and change their opinion. Sometimes this just is not possible and will drain your vitality in trying to do so.
 
Adults are responsible for their own behaviour. If a colleague is constantly complaining and trying to share their negative emotions with the rest of the team, it is not your job to make them happier in their role or workplace.
 
This particularly applies to friends and family. If a friend is very negative and unhappy about every situation, you can listen and show them moral support. However, you cannot put yourself under the pressure of trying to resolve all of their problems.
 
Make sure that, when faced with a negative person, you create your own space. Try not to let yourself be sucked into negative behaviour, and remain a bystander who has a sympathetic ear.
 
That isn’t to say that you might not have some helpful advice or suggestions, but do not overload yourself with trying to manage other people’s emotional responses. You are responsible for yourself, and how you engage, no more and no less.
 
2. Help where you can
 
Sometimes people just have a bad outlook on life, and nothing you say or do can turn that around. However, it can be useful to try and understand where negative people are coming from so that you can easier deal with them.
 
It may be that a colleague needs to vent; if you are in a position to let them air their concerns, feel free to do so. They may just need a friend to be able to express him or herself to, and get all their frustrations out in the open.
 
In this circumstance, they might be best advised to consult with the HR team or an appropriate manager. It can something just need a little nudge in the right direction to reflect their negativity on the solution they require.
 
Family members are another key example. When a member of your family is constantly critical, it can be difficult to want to spend time with them and can cast a cloud over family events.
 
Perhaps they feel ignored, or that their viewpoint is not being acknowledged. You can try to listen, and engage with their perspective from an empathetic standpoint. Don’t forget though that ultimately, you are not responsible for their actions.
 
3. Create boundaries
 
Easier said than done! When we have negative people in our immediate social circle, it can be very hard to create any kind of personal distance.
 
In order to safeguard your own emotional wellbeing, you should consider when and how you allow yourself to be exposed to negative behaviour. There are simple ways to effect boundaries, which protect you from being bombarded with negativity, and the impact this can have:
 
Own your own time
 
In the workplace, if you have a persistently negative colleague who impacts your working day, then consider when and how you deal and engage with them. If you tend to chat over lunch, then decide whether you are happy to continue doing so, or wish to change your break time. Once you leave the office, you are under no obligation to respond to messages or emails, and can set them aside and clear your mind to spend your personal time positively
 
Walk away
 
We all have a limit on how many stressors we can absorb in a given day. If you feel overwhelmed with problems and complaints, set a time limit on this part of your day. You can choose to walk away or schedule your time. If you have a social engagement and know that a particular friend will make this feel difficult, you can break away as and when you need to. Do not feel obligated to spend the entire time trying to deal with negativity.
 
4. Accept your feelings
 
Acknowledging that you find it hard to deal with negative people is fine. However, applying this to a close family member or friend can give rise to conflicting emotions.
 
You are allowed to feel saddened or frustrated at the attitude of somebody you love. It is particularly hard when a family member is constantly negative. So you end up feeling anxious about needing to spend time with them as it will not be a happy and positive experience from your own perspective.
 
Accepting somebody you love despite his or her bad traits is a tough part of family life. Try finding other members of your family who understand and can help to share the load of dealing with this negative person. This takes the pressure away from any one person.
 
The way we deal with negative people in our life evolves as we mature. The one factor to remember is that you control your behaviour, and how you engage with people, and not how anybody else chooses to. It is your response, and your coping mechanisms, which can keep this under control and prevent negative attitudes from having an impact on your own well-being.
 

Lauren Edwards-Fowle
 
 
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Lauren Edwards-Fowle is a professional copywriter based in South East England. Lauren worked within Children's Services for five years before moving into the business sector. She holds an MSc in Applied Accountancy and BSc in Corporate Law. She now volunteers within the community sport sector, helping young people to live healthier, more productive lifestyles and overcome the barriers to inclusion that they face. With a keen interest in physical wellbeing, nutrition and sports, Lauren enjoys participating in a variety of team sports in her spare time, as well as spending time with her young family and their dog Scout.
 



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The Feynman Technique and How to Use It to Learn and Understand Anything

The Feynman Technique and How to Use It to Learn and Understand Anything

Becky Storey.

https://www.learning-mind.com/

February 3, 2020

 

 
 
Studying is stressful. It often leads to feelings of self-doubt and leaves us overwhelmed. We try our best (usually) and still sometimes we just cannot get our heads around a subject. We’re taught dozens of memory tricks and studying hacks, but nothing really sticks. Fortunately, there is a proven technique, used by Nobel-prize winning scientists, that will help you learn and understand whatever you want. The Feynman Technique is a renowned method for studying and learning.
 
It is based on the idea that if you can’t describe something in its simplest terms, then you probably don’t understand it. It was originally used on complex mathematical and science-based theories, but it’s great for any subject.
 
 
In particular, it’s great for those tricky subjects that require you to understand a concept, not just remember facts. By requiring you to practice active recall, you learn better than just reading and writing.
 
Origins of The Feynman Technique
 
This ingenious technique for studying and learning was created by Richard Feynman during his years at Princeton University. He went on to be a world-renowned physicist and a Nobel-prize winner. He was known as the “great explainer” because of his ability to put complex matters into the simplest of terms.
 
Richard Feynman discovered that if he couldn’t explain something simply, then he didn’t really understand it. During his time at university, he filled entire notebooks with topics he wanted to learn. He took on each topic and broke them down into tiny parts until he understood the entire concept.
 
The method spread in popularity and became known as the Feynman Technique. The theory behind the technique is that if you understand something fully, you can explain it simply. When we genuinely understand an idea or concept, we consider it simple. It’s not complicated in our minds, so we can discuss it in uncomplicated terms.
 
The Feynman Technique also gives learners the opportunity to see their problem areas clearly. You’ll either find yourself stuck with some parts with not enough information or, you’ll resort to using complicated language and jargon.
 
Have you ever noticed that if someone pretentious is trying to sound smarter, they use bigger words? This is because they think it makes them sound more intelligent, but in fact, they’re likely like regurgitating the study materials. If you can’t avoid the complicated words, it’s probably because you don’t know the topic well enough. If you can’t use your own words to explain something, you don’t understand it.
 
How to Do the Feynman Technique
 
Choose Your Topic
  • Decide what it is you want to learn. This technique is best used for subjects that require critical thinking and understanding.
Teach It to A Child
  • Explain your subject in a way a child would understand (or just somebody with no background in the subject).
  • This means breaking it right down and using the simplest language.
  • You could do this out loud to yourself or write it down if you don’t have someone else to help.
Identify Your Missing Knowledge
  • Make a note of what you struggled with.
  • Notice places where you used over-complicated wording and jargon to explain.
  • Notice places where you couldn’t recall the information.
Fix Your Missing Knowledge
  • Go back to the books.
  • Break down the knowledge you were missing into simple parts and understandable terms.
  • Re-learn the information.
Repeat these stages until you’re confident that you understand all of the information and you can explain it in simple understandable terms.
 
Benefits of the Feynman Technique
 
Unlike other studying methods, the Feynman Technique ensures a complete understanding of your subject. This technique increases our ability to think critically and analyse the topic. With a simple overall understanding of the concept, we are able to give opinions. This is particularly beneficial for essay writing and evaluations.
 
The Feynman Technique is great for those who don’t have strong language skills, like Richard Feynman himself. It actively encourages the use of simple language and doesn’t require writing if you don’t want to. It strips away the niche jargon which can complicate matters without knowing the extra definitions.
 
 
Instead of learning facts, figures, and definitions, the Feynman technique encourages holistic learning and true understanding.
 
Next time you’re struggling with exam prep and studying, give this technique a chance. It can be a quick and very straight forward method for learning. Cut out all the nonsense, all the note-taking, flashcards, and stress. Get a deep understanding of your subject in one simple hit.
 

Becky Storey
 

 




 

About the Author: Becky Storey


 
Becky Storey is a professional writer who has been passionate about the way we think and the human mind since she developed chronic anxiety many years ago. Now she loves to write and educate people on mental health and wellbeing. When Becky is not writing, you’ll find her outside with her Labrador, sitting behind a jigsaw puzzle, or baking something with too much sugar.
 
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Discernment yes; judgement does not.
If you use discernment you are free to research with an open mind. 

With discernment it is possible to reach the spirit of the letter of any writing and it is also much easier to listen to the voice of the soul that comes from the heart.
Individually you can be helped to find your Truth that is different of everyone. 


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