This definitely makes sense. When you use abstract and general language, it leaves a lot of room for interpretation. People will fill in the blanks themselves to fit what they want to hear. But if you are using detailed language, then there is more potential for disagreement - so instead people will focus on nit-picking the details rather than seeing the bigger message.
Don’t reward people’s unnecessary negativity with a response. Keep it brief, or don’t even say anything at all.
Leisure plays a huge role in our overall happiness and well-being. A new study reveals 5 main ways we benefit from leisure. Are you getting all your “leisure needs” fulfilled?
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Psychologists found speaking to yourself in the second-person, for example saying “You can do it!” instead of “I can do it!” improved effort and task performance.
It’s always good to learn new things about how to improve our self-talk and affirmations - I’m looking forward to more research in the future!
Pay extra attention to that which disturbs and offends you - there may be something there to learn from.
Empathy is a very useful ability to have, but at times it can be misused and abused. Learn more about the limitations of empathy and how too much can blind us in certain situations.
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A lot of people aren’t motivated to make a change until something catastrophic happens. Don’t be one of those people. Change now.
I don’t suck, I just have a lot of untapped potential.