A young girl in her mid twenties trying to live her most authentic mindful self.
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October 26, 2019 at 11:07 pm #319951
I agree with you I need to consider practical factors while searching for a job. This might give a structure to my search, also yes I do try to maintain a daily routine but every now and then I fall into the trap of negative thinking and ultimately gets so exhausted that end up giving up.
Thank you for taking time out and advising me. I think this will give me a direction in my journey of job search.
I will keep you posted once I land a job 🙂October 26, 2019 at 4:13 am #319747
@anita I agree the routine is disturbed. Yes, I live with my parents but I feel I am living my wholesome self with them. I am very communicative with them ( I try to). But, I don’t tell them if I am going through tough times in terms of mental health as I don’t want them to worry.
I am scared that once I get into a job what if it’s again not right for me and I just don’t want to keep switching jobs. I suppose I am carrying past baggage of fear and guilt.October 25, 2019 at 7:03 pm #319749
“Joy is an emotion that comes as a surprise, not so much as something we create or can cling to. Only by engaging with Life can we be surprised by Joy. Hope is the art of being passive as not forcing things, while active as being ready to pounce when possibilities present themselves. You can lean on this type of hope” These lines are so powerful and inspiring!! I will write em down on a sticky note and put it in my work desk <3
Yes there are lot of should statements I engage in and I believe they bring up many negative thoughts. Maybe somewhere I feel disappointed in myself and pull myself down with my own expectations.
I will definitely watch the movie and let you know my thoughts on it 🙂
Thank you for your wonderful advice !!October 24, 2019 at 7:22 am #319475
Glad I could help <3 do share your progress with us 🙂October 17, 2019 at 6:19 am #318333
I suffer a lot too when it comes to communicating effectively. Earlier I used to bottle up my emotions so much that it ultimately used to burst in wrong situations and on wrong people. I suffer a lot when it comes to communicating in relationships.
What I have learned over the years -that you have to be your Authentic Wholesome self. This means you should be able to communicate how you are feeling, it is very difficult I know but once you re-educate yourself that I am my best version when I am myself then life becomes quite easy. Being your authentic self helps you build a better relationship with others.
Another practical solution my therapist told- whenever you feel bottled up record yourself say everything you have in your heart in the recording then listen to it later.
Journaling also helps a lot as it gives your thoughts a framework and a face.
I am so proud of you and I hope my answer helped you.