Posts tagged Self-Identifying Habits
Annoying Habits

There simply isn't one human habit that is the worst or most annoying of all. Habits some perceive as good, others see as bad. A repetitive behavior may be maddening to one person and go completely unnoticed by another. There may be some truth in the notion that choosing the right mate is finding someone whose habits bother you less than anyone else's. One thing is for sure--we all have them eventually.

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Creating An Authentic -Self

We’ve heard it countless times: “Be yourself”. Is it really that easy to be yourself? How do we know what it means to actually be our authentic selves? Shakespeare, himself, even toted to be true to ourselves, but how do we get there? It’s helpful to first analyze the question of who we actually are. On the surface, many of us already identify ourselves a certain way, whether that is classified by race, gender, political party, financial status, and so on. While this may be part of us on some superficial level, these are moreso constructs of what was given to us the moment we we born, or are created even from our own point of view...

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Defining Vanity, And How It Is Frequently Confused With Self-Love

You may have been contemplating recently: what is vanity and how is it not self-love, or is it?

Understanding the similarities and differences becomes much easier once we understand that our upbringing teaches us about self-confidence: what it is and what it is not. Even more interestingly, our society seems to have us all convinced that having self-confidence and self-love is somehow wrong...

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