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Social Anxiety

Patience is not simply the ability to wait – it’s how we behave while we’re waiting Joyce Meyer Never Be Impatient – Getting Over Social Anxiety Takes Time Don’t rush the process. Overcoming social anxiety is no small feat. It’s very tempting to believe that there is one answer to your social anxiety, a simple solution that can make your anxiety disappear forever. However, the journey to overcoming social anxiety can have you… Read More

Palmar Hyperhydrosis sweaty palms

Having sweaty palms can be embarrassing, especially when you need to shake somebody’s hand. Sometimes you can get away with a simple fist bump, but in a formal setting like a job interview, that’s probably not appropriate. When you are nervous, and your palms become sweaty you may wonder why your hands produce so much sweat in the first place. Sweating is your body’s natural way of cooling itself off. This is… Read More

“Today I escaped anxiety. Or no, I discarded it, because it was within me, in my own perceptions—not outside.” —Marcus Aurelius. Social anxiety disorder or severe shyness can be overcome with exposure therapy. This means placing yourself in performance and social situations. People with social anxiety, will fear/ dread these situations and/or completely avoid them. Avoidance isn’t an effective strategy in reducing anxiety in the long-term. Exposure training is usually done with… Read More

Marcus Timmons also is known as ‘Big Herc’ is an ex-convict from Sacramento California turned serial entrepreneur. He was a straight-A student and talented athlete before he spiraled into the so-called gang life. He was raised in poverty by a mother that birthed him at the young age of 14. By the time he was 15, he started selling crack rock. He claimed to make $200-300 dollars per day, $4200 per week… Read More

Backstory on Shawn Ryan’s Battle with Mental Health Shawn Ryan is a former US veteran. He’s spent 14 years of combat service for the US Navy Seals and the CIA. Who would’ve thought someone who has battled with terrorists around the world, would struggle with overcoming social anxiety? I say this ironically since records show 11-20% of veterans from Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom suffer some form of PTSD within a given… Read More

Wes Watson is an ex-convict that’s taking over the internet by storm with his no-nonsense approach to life advice. Wes Watson’s criminal life started after he began smoking weed at the young age of 12-13 years old. At the age of 14, he decided he was tired of spending all his money on cannabis, pushing him to start selling the herb. Later on, he started moving up the criminal ladder, going from… Read More

By Heather Mathews Author of Manifestation Miracle “Of course motivation is not permanent. But then, neither is bathing; but it is something you should do on a regular basis.” ― Zig Ziglar Michael, a husband and a father of two and in his early fifties, was a logistics manager at a frozen foods company. He made enough to provide for his family, and by all accounts, they were doing alright… … but he… Read More

1.) Ignoring your Best Interests I learned at a young age that jobs do not have your best interest in mind. Careers do. The difference between a job and a career is skill set. I worked as a stadium cleaner in the summer, I showed up every day, then did overtime. I was offered a higher paying fun job at a charity, by a friend. However, I turned it down, because I… Read More

Being a perfectionist and a freelance writer is a double-edged sword. On one hand, paying attention to work quality is a must if you want to stand-out in the freelance world.  Yet, on the other hand, perfectionism can prove detrimental to your career. many freelance writers struggle to get past a perfectionist fueled writer’s block. Therefore, being a freelance writer, and a perfectionist is a double-edged sword. The more extra time I… Read More

I’m sorry guys. We need to heavily cut back disconnect from social media because it is killing our self-esteem. Few 100 years ago, which really isn’t that long in terms of history. Humans would live in smaller tribes of over 100 people. There would be tighter knit communities. Everybody’s voice could make a change. People’s self esteems were much higher because their opinions counted as 1% of their local population.  Also, there would be… Read More