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3 Choices To Transform Your Life

Apart from challenges related to their careers, people have to face all kinds of difficulties. Here are some tips on how to make things easier in everyday life in 3 simple steps.

  1. Avoid toxic people
    The problems that toxic people can cause have been discussed a lot, and the reason for that is the fact that they affect us a great deal. One of the most crucial parts is related to the fact that most of the time, we fail to understand their intentions. A part of this misunderstanding is linked to those people’s misunderstanding in the first place. They are not sure whether they want to help you or harm you. Their initial intention is to be friends with you, but somewhere along the way, the whole plan fails. Jealousy comes on the way, and it is impossible to have something good coming out of such a situation. Avoiding this group of people will leave space for bright personalities to come into your life. Consider you are a nice, big, wooden table. Now assume there are some empty chairs around this table. These chairs represent your friends. If a toxic person occupies them, how will a healthy person find their place to sit? The number of chairs is up to you to decide, but no matter how many chairs you choose to have around your table, they can always be filled with people who attract the light.
  2. It’s ok not to be ok
    Our society wants us to be the super cool types of people who are ok with everything. Yet, this is impossible since all of us have fears and insecurities. It is fine to have issues as long as you realize this is a true fact and there is nothing to be ashamed of. Being hurt is not a sign of weakness; it is a sign of sensitivity. If you do not reject it, you can transform it into a good thing. The same thing happens with anger. If we do not accept our anger and we try to bury it deep inside, the result can be catastrophic. A wave of hidden anger can lead to aggressive behaviors that will make us look bad. Suppose you consider that someone avoids letting the anger go to protect their image. In that case, it is ironic that the final result is the opposite of the initial intention. Problems start when we fail to accept reality and try to protect ourselves by hiding stuff or, even worse, when we start lying about them. Telling the difference is not that hard; we become fake, and people notice. If a situation makes you uncomfortable,, the best thing to do is be honest and let others see what they can do to help you.
  3. Get out of your shell
    It is interesting that being social and being open are two completely different things. To become social, one has to go out, have a lot of friends or at least a serious amount of them and talk to people easily. A person who will speak to the person who owns the neighborhood grocery store can be considered social. Going to parties and having friends from work or any activity you are going to is part of being social. Meanwhile, an open person can be social at the same time. Still, they can also be individuals with few friends who have deep connections with them. Being open means that you are willing to connect with others on a higher level, confide in them, and be there for them to listen to their secrets and support them when they feel insecure and inadequate. It is important to understand that not every person we come across has to be a real friend. Still, the fact that we do not choose all people to be our friends does not necessarily lead to the conclusion that we should avoid interacting with them. On the contrary, daily interaction will allow us to build bonds of trust and understanding and see how things will evolve naturally. So while being social does not exclude being open, these two concepts are not identical. Still, they are both important to understand ourselves and others and the pattern we follow when building relationships.

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