Why Should You Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time

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People like scheduling tasks, making a to-do list, and prioritizing assignments to accomplish different tasks in the allotted time. Doing a lot of activities in one day could be very draining. It takes up a lot of time and energy to finish your scheduled tasks in a day, especially when you are not in the … Read more

Common Traits of a Psychopath

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Psychopaths. Most people have misconceptions about them being crime perpetrators. It is instilled among the general public that they are not normal-in thoughts and actions- and that they are dangerous, fearsome individuals. Movies, TV shows, books, and podcasts describe and portray psychopaths as monsters inside humans. Many myths pervade pop culture regarding psychopaths. Fiction writers, … Read more

Military Strategies To Build Healthy Habits

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The military is notable people when it comes to strict discipline-physiological, psychological, and practical. One cannot merely be part of the armed forces by simply being a genius or intelligent. It must be a holistic discipline, especially with the body. The brain is helpless if the body is powerless and incapable of doing an action, … Read more

5 Ways to Retain More Of Each Book You Read

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People consume lots of books throughout their life. We either read them for education, something to occupy ourselves or for our enjoyment. At times, there are moments when we’ve read so many books that we have a hard time retaining their contents. This results in information overload, which could be a real issue. Without trying … Read more

How Mental Health Affects Physical Health

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Samantha was deeply in sorrow with the passing of her mom. She barely had eaten her meals for almost a month and suffered from a disturbed sleeping pattern as she experienced nightmares. Samantha isolated herself from her friends, and even from everyone in their home, she hardly accepted that she lost her beloved mother. Her … Read more

How to Stay Motivated When You Feel Low

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There will always be days in our lives when we feel very down, unable to function well, and can’t even accomplish little things. No matter how much we try, we feel unmotivated to work. We just want to lay down on our beds, tuck ourselves in our comfy blankets, and sleep through the day. However, … Read more

Tips to Build Confidence in Your Kids

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Being a parent is a very crucial role. The responsibilities don’t end in providing your children with the physical and material things they need and want but being there to guide and train them into the person you want them to be. However, it is not all the time you are there to guide your … Read more

Tips for Dealing with Unhealthy Thoughts

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Our mind is a battlefield, and every day is a battle that needs to be won. We make decisions whether for our family, for our job, relationship, and ourselves. Sometimes, we struggle, experience anxiety, and our stress level increases, affecting our healthy decision-making and thinking. Is it normal that people feel unhealthy thoughts? If not, … Read more

What is the Difference Between Irony, Satire, and Sarcasm

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Irony, Satire, and Sarcasm may seem like close cousins, but there are a few differences between these rhetorical terms. If you aren’t sure what your friends and class fellows label your jokes to be, you might want to read till the end of this article. We explain the key differences between irony, satire, and sarcasm … Read more

Why Does Sarcasm Hurt?

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Sarcasm is a double-layered expression — of playfulness, passive-aggressiveness, or awkwardness — which on the surface indicates that the person’s acts and statements are neutral, but the second layer beneath the surface signifies aggression. Sarcasm is passive-aggressive by definition. And not everyone can always detect the subtle irony at play. Only a few individuals can … Read more