Do you feel vulnerable? You’re not alone. Don’t miss Brené Brown’s full talk on the power of vulnerability.
You’ll know someday. You have plenty of time. You’re entire life in fact. Everyone thinks that you have to major in whatever you want to do for the rest of your life but in fact many people go on to do very different things from what they majored in while in college. In fact, I recommend not even worrying about what you want to do with your life and just focus on what classes you want to take based on what sounds interesting. Soon enough you’ll find yourself drawn towards certain fields and realizing your passions. Discovering and rediscovering your passions and working towards them is a lifelong process so take your time and have fun with it. But most importantly, don’t worry about it. You’ll figure it out.
- Feed Your Strengths! Do things that allow your brilliant intuition and service-oriented manner to flourish.
- Face Your Weaknesses! See your weaknesses for what they are, and seek to overcome them. Especially, strive to use your judgment against your internal ideas and intuitions, rather than…
- Cognitive functions are not “tools”, skillsets, or behaviors that can be improved or learned. They are passive perspectives through which one perceives and evaluates information about the external and internal world. Think of yourself as a “photographer” and your mind as a “camera”. The…
"that ‘missing factor’ in my relationship was basically meeting my emotional needs. Hope this helps!"
Thanks! Sharing advice is always appreciated! I recommend talking to your partner about whatever may be troubling in any relationship. I think just talking about boredom helps keep it away. Having a serious emotional conversation about anything helps fill those emotional needs. But making sure your emotional needs are being met by renegotiating things is essential for a happy relationship.
Zen Shin Talks (via muse)
I think about this quote a lot