In this blog, I am sharing all the self-help books I have read, that have not only been proven to be beneficial, but readers like me swear by them.
I would always encourage you to strive for a grand goal but not make perfection a consequence of reaching that goal. Just do what is right and make you happy, fall in love with the process and magic will eventually follow.
Resilience is a tool that could help us get through tough times. It is an ongoing journey to build mental toughness and discover the courage to withstand things you believe in.
Mindfulness is an art that refines you with daily practice, it takes a little time to shoo away those lingering thoughts who awaken our inner demons and push us towards the deep well of procrastination, overthinking, fear and anxiety.
The pain your broken relationship bought on you, might go away one day but the process takes longer than we expect it to be. Many people will suggest different theories based on their personal experiences and understanding but you have to find out what works best for you.
Is it money? Love? A Big House? Fame? Success? Family? Children? Beauty? Sex? Or just the little things which come for free and can go easy?
Motherhood is challenging, let’s accept this. It is a never-ending duty and a life-time commitment with your children to train them and support them. In spite of all the challenges, a mother thrives to strive for perfection.
The more we accept that being perfect is ok the more this world becomes an easy place to survive. Every woman in the world is beautifully imperfect and as we accept ourselves the better our mental health becomes.
Women do it all the time, we seek perfection in everything, in our body, in our relationships, in the kitchen, as a parent, and as a working woman. I feel like many other things, perfection doesn’t exist. We can literally ruin the beauty of our life in a quest for perfection.