yet another entry on the nature of selfishness

This might skirt into the land of narcissism, but in my limited experience, I have found that most egoists are riddled with self-doubt rather than confidence. Maybe a few narcissists out there are genuinely confident in their abilities, but I haven’t run across them yet. When we say ‘selfish’, we mean putting our own needs […]

That glass with water in it to a 50% capacity mark

There is almost always an opportunity to be unhappy. Life can be brilliantly beautiful and yet an individual can still choose to find how horrible things are or will become. I’m not talking about depression, but rather the poor cognitive habit that people can develop that turns them into pessimists. Often, pessimists might claim they […]

when you don’t want to do anything

When it comes to procrastination and burnout, we have a tendency to assume it’s because of laziness and/or improper self-care. Actually, even placing procrastination alongside burnout seems to be an attempt to tackle things too distinct from each other. Procrastination is almost synonymous with laziness, while burnout is often paired with workaholics and cynical doctors. […]