The daily dose of your ideal beverage that kick-starts your day

When you wake up first thing in the morning, all droopy with no energy inside you even though you washed your face? Well, that calls for what is called a "beverage boost." By having those few sips of that ideal beverage that you would drink to boost you up first thing in the morning would … Continue reading The daily dose of your ideal beverage that kick-starts your day

Listening to Shame- Brenē Brown

Brenē Brown recounts the aftermath of what happened after her last speech on the power of vulnerability and goes on about the difference between guilt and shame as well as its algorithm. https://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_listening_to_shame The talk was a really great eye-opener for me because of the way she described the two emotions that I constantly feel; … Continue reading Listening to Shame- Brenē Brown

Say Your Truths and Seek Them In Others – Elizabeth Lesser

In this TED Talk, Elizabeth Lesser takes the time to talk about frayed relationships as well as how the death of a loved one brought out the light into making way for saving a strained relationship. https://www.ted.com/talks/elizabeth_lesser_say_your_truths_and_seek_them_in_others?utm_campaign=tedspread&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare When I listened to this Ted Talk, I felt a wave of emotion rush through me as I … Continue reading Say Your Truths and Seek Them In Others – Elizabeth Lesser

There’s no shame in taking care of your mental health- Sangu Delle

In a personal talk, Sangu Delle feels remorse for the deep prejudice of his own race: "Men shouldn't take care of their own mental health. He says that handling emotion and anxiety in his society is tough and thus he quotes "Being honest about how we feel doesn't make us weak - it makes us … Continue reading There’s no shame in taking care of your mental health- Sangu Delle

The 16PF Test by Carl Jung and Isabel Briggs- Myers

Last Sunday, a close friend of mine had sent me this test and she told me to answer these questions and figure out my personality. And like I said in my previous two posts(linked at the end of this post); I am an introvert. But there are more factors of personality than just introversion, there … Continue reading The 16PF Test by Carl Jung and Isabel Briggs- Myers

The Gift and Power of Emotional Courage – Susan David

Susan David, a psychologist elaborates on the way we need to accept and become agile towards our own human emotions. https://www.ted.com/talks/susan_david_the_gift_and_power_of_emotional_courage?utm_campaign=tedspread&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=tedcomshare I actually cried during the first few minutes of the video as she started to elaborate "Emotional Courage" through one of her memories of grief. She clearly states that we need to learn how … Continue reading The Gift and Power of Emotional Courage – Susan David

Eysenck’s Personality Test

Recently, we took a test in our Psychology class called Eyesenck's Personality Test. This test helps you to determine your personality as an individual- so there are no right answers. Eysenck is a psychologist who wanted to try to determine a person's personality using neuroticism and emotional stability; as well as introversion and extroversion. Upon … Continue reading Eysenck’s Personality Test