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Advices For Psychological Well-Being

My life is currently in a huge mess. I’d like to explain my psychology and how it affects my physical health in a bad way. But no longer I want to focus on unfavorable things about my life.

Instead, let’s talk about the solutions.

Normally, when something goes wrong in my life, I try to fix my sleeping schedule. Getting up early helps me a lot. If I start the day early, I feel good and spend my day productively. By time, I stick on a diet. Doing something beneficial for myself motivates me and I keep striving. 

However, this time I need to feel better first.

I have listed down the things I need to do. They all easy to advise but don’t seem that easy to practise.

10 Rules For Sustaining Mental Health

Rule #1

STOP COMPLAINING neither to anybody nor on your own. Don’t waste your time with it. Overthinking and talking about what annoys you make your psychology even worse. Instead, discuss the possible solutions. 

Rule #2

STOP CRITICIZING other people. Accept them as they are. Rather than focusing on other people’s mistakes, tackle your own faults. Question your own attitudes.

Rule #3

TAKE LESSONS. Every difficulty teaches us. Make a step. Train yourself for being a better person. You definitely can’t change anybody. But you can change yourself. Do your best.

Rule #4

LOOK AT THE BRIGHT SIDE. Every negativity has something positive on flip side. Change your standpoint. Look at the favorable aspects.

Rule #5

DO MORE WHAT YOU LOVE. Do the things more frequently that’s makes you feel good. Keep your mind busy. 

Rule #6

TELL WHAT IS ON TRACK to your loved ones. Talk more about the pleasing things. Don’t make people worry about you too much. If you are all right, your family and friends will be all right too.

Rule #7

DON’T BLAME ON YOU BECAUSE OF YOUR ANGER. No anger is reasonless. Anger is not a feeling but a signal. Try to understand your feelings by looking at your anger. Find your anger’s why.

RULE #8

ALLOW YOURSELF TO EXPERIENCE YOUR SORROW. It’s okay being sad. That’s life. Don’t rush to get back your usual mental state. Also, don’t force yourself to seem happy if you’re not.

RULE #9

DON’T COMPARE YOUR PROBLEMS WITH OTHER’S. Everybody has their own difficulties. Don’t underestimate your troubles. Don’t feel bad by looking other people’s problems.

RULE #10

TELLING PEOPLE THEIR MISTAKES DOESN’T MAKES YOU A BAD PERSON. Instead of talking people’s behind, talk with themselves directly. Tell the problems kindly. Don’t keep quiet because of the worry of making people sad. Don’t burn yourself out for pleasing people around you. Don’t push your satisfaction and happiness into the background.

BONUS

ENHANCE YOUR KNOWLEDGE. Knowledge is power. Read, listen, watch. Interact with people. Always learn new things.


These are my recommendations for psychological well-being.

I wonder your suggestions.

Let me know them below 🙂

Posted in Life, Lifestyle, List, Motivation, Philosophy, Psychology

15 Things I Have Learned From My Experiences

Trying to find a better way of living, I have made too many changes in my life. They all were kinda experiments. If you haven’t read yet, you may check out My Story first.

Here what I have learned from experiencing different lifestyles:

  1. There are various ways of living but none of them is “certainly preferable”. They all have their own difficulties besides their own beauties.
  2. We able to adapt to any situation we if have to. We actually able to change in any sense. It’s possible. But we prefer staying where we feel pleased.
  3. All of our thoughts and beliefs are shaped accordingly our position. If we had different experiences, we look and see different. That’s why judging and condemning people is improper. No one is incomprehensible.
  4. Discovering ourselves is as educational as discovering the world outside. So, “traveling” can be inner as well.
  5. We all get from life exactly what we wanted. There are no excuses. If it didn’t happen, that means actually we didn’t want it to happen.
  6. If we able to dream anything, somehow we able to do it.
  7. We mostly tend to tolerate because we suppose that we have to. But nothing or no one is our only choice. We just need to discover what we truly want in our lives and be brave.
  8. Giving a break is something good. We may end up arriving where we were started -but this time we have the reason of being there. This time we sure that this is the place we should to be.
  9. If we move away from something, then we realize how it affects us. And when we know how anything affects us, life is getting more enjoyable.
  10. If we don’t have mental health or we don’t feel happy, we’re not able to achieve anything. So, we shouldn’t underestimate what makes us happy and gives us joy.
  11. If we are not able to help ourselves, we neither can’t help others.
  12. Difficulties and crisis are great teachers. They eventually enhance the quality of our lives.
  13. If there is a problem, we basically try to solve it. It’s okay. But what if we can’t see any problems? Are we sure that there isn’t any? Not noticing the existing problems much worse than having problems.
  14. Both being alone and surrounding by people are beneficial as well as they may be harmful. Adjusting the balance with social life is so critical.
  15. We don’t need to tell about ourselves. Somehow people understand, feel and see who we are indeed.

I’m sure that we agree on most of them. Let me know what you think!