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Are you unhappy with what you see in the mirror? Getting comfortable in your own skin can be hard work, but it’s worth it
«In a recent survey of people in the United States, 55 per cent of women and 42 per cent of men reported some measure of dissatisfaction with at least one element of their appearance.»
Her are 10 things we need to stop saying to ourselves and each other, and how we can offer validation and nurture healthy optimism instead.
«We don’t have to rush our healing. We don’t have to put a timeline on grieving. We don’t have to force a smile or pretend we’re okay and write that we’re #blessed when we feel we’re not.»
By Leo Babauta Every one of us has thought patterns that keep us stuck: Discouragement: What’s the point, I’m going to fail anyway, why even try, it’s too hard. Rationalizing: It’s OK to skip this, I…
«Try the new thought pattern. Say it to yourself and try really believing in it. Fully empower it. See what effect it has.»
Can positivity be toxic? We’ll investigate the concept of toxic positivity. From this, we'll learn how we can communicate authentically.
Body positivity is stuck in the shallow. We should move beyond beauty and towards health, pleasure and acceptance
Unbridled positivity has become a business religion
Designer, researcher and educator Danah Abdulla on consumer capitalism, complacent convenience, political ‘wokeness’, and why we should all become design dissenters.
“Cheer up!” How many times have you heard that!? This is called toxic positivity and it's a real problem. Here's how to overcome it.
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