We come into this world with total self-confidence/self-esteem. An infant has self-confidence/self-esteem that their cries will get them what they need: food, diaper change, cuddling, communication, soothing, etc. If the child's needs are readily met and the child senses they are accepted unconditionally they flourish.
At a time like this it is really easy to get caught up in a cycle of negative thinking. It does seems like nothing is going right, so you think negative thoughts and fill your mind with worry about the next bad thing that is going to happen; whether you are going to be able to keep paying your bills or even if you will still have a job next year.
Many people believe that they will have quality vision their whole lives, but aging and certain habits, behaviors, accidents and illnesses can take your vision from you gradually or in an instant. To maintain excellent eyesight for as long as possible, follow these three tips throughout your life.
It's no fun being sick or injured. Aside from being physically hurt, injuries often take you out of your normal rhythm and wear on your mind and emotions. Here are five great tips to boost your mental toughness and help you speed up your recovery from injury or ailment.