There has been a plethora of negative news since the beginning of 2020. From natural disasters, public shootings, to kidnapped children, and even escalating tension between two nations. Most news headlines focus on eliciting emotions to gain attention (clicks) from its audience; for example, anxiety, sadness, and other emotional responses. With an increasing prominence of … Continue reading 3 Ways You Can Safely Navigate the News in 2020
Challenges can be quite scary, especially for individuals who suffer with anxiety or tend to procrastinate. They can make-or-break an individual. If that person is not prepared to face the challenge, that person can enter a downward spiral.
I am a peculiar person. Even though a home can be quiet enough to write or study in, the atmosphere simply prohibits me from getting in the zone. The eerie quietness, the plush lofty bed, the tempting television that beckons with an unresistant calling to binge watch Netflix. It has become clear, home is not a study spot that fits my needs.
Let's be honest, trying to grow from experience alone will not build us up. We must be intentional in goals for self-development. Self-development is described as the gradual development of a person's character or abilities.
We all experience negative emotion. How we allow them to take root matters. How we acknowledge them and move forward is critical.
With each new year, marks a time for us to reflect on the past one. We should strive to learn from our past and focus on moving forward. Here is what I learned throughout the year 2019.
My faith was at a lowly place where I decided to not identify as a "Christian," I suffered with doubts and fears, and I want to share it with others. Christianity does not equal perfection.