Forgiving Yourself and Others

True repentance isn’t all about shedding tears and being enveloped by guilt. It’s being convicted to move on and fix our mistakes in order to become better versions of ourselves tomorrow.
Don’t fall under the pressure of having to forgive someone instantaneously within the same second that you say you forgive them. It’s a process. Little by little, the hurt will disappear and that’s just fine. … More Forgiving Yourself and Others

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How to Receive Criticism and Make it Work for you

I can preach about criticism being a good thing but, to be honest enough, it’s not always easy to receive.
Seeing our mistakes being pointed out by our parents, a teacher, a friend or a mentor isn’t always beautiful. As a result, we tend to build emotional walls and end up being defensive.
As much as we would hate to hear it, criticism isn’t meant to be ignored, it is meant to be faced head-on. … More How to Receive Criticism and Make it Work for you

How to Deal with Difficult People

I hope you would be convinced to know that it is possible to stay calm, maintain peace and avoid conflict. Bear in mind though that these tips will, for now, only guarantee a shift in your own mindset and not a shift in the mindset of the people you would be dealing with.

The change you seek to see most of the time needs to take place in you first before it takes place in others. It’s a process. … More How to Deal with Difficult People

How to Tame Your Tongue

The funny thing is that when it’s time to reap, we blame the devil, completely ignorant of the fact that it is simply us facing the consequences of what we had spoken into reality. Whether you know it or not, words are very powerful, that is why it’s important for us to be fully aware of the words we are composing in our minds before ever they are uttered. … More How to Tame Your Tongue