social suicide

SDH: Social Suicide and Sabotaging Relationships

Though there are several other self-destructive behaviours I didn’t touch on in this series, I want you to look at the few ones I mentioned through the lens of our joint frailty as humans and know that any kind of bad behaviour or habit loses half of its power the very moment it is recognized for what it is. As you actively seek to correct any one of the negative things you no longer want in your life, I send you plenty of love from here and wish you the very best so doing! Click to Read More>>>

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SDH: Over-Eating and Under-Eating

It is a solemn truth worthy of note that many people use FOOD as a band-aid for serious psychological and self-image issues. This need not be. Extra slim is definitely not the definition of beauty, you don’t have to starve yourself. And ‘eating away’ your problems doesn’t actually make them […]

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SDH: Refusing to be helped and Unnecessary self-sacrifice

Unnecessary self-sacrifice majorly streams from being so in love with our misery we are content to stay that way—after all, we may have been that way for a large part of our lives and are so used to the usual and in fact, feel safe, comfortable and ‘at home’ in it. We may have lost all hopes of ever seeing the sunshine again and we then fail to take any actions that will open up the sky for us to actually SEE the sunshine! It then becomes a sort of self-fulfilling prophecy! Click to read more…

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SDH: Failing to Take Action and Hiding from Emotions

You must realize that the onus is on you to take responsibility for your life and all that is happening around you and that is related to your overall well-being. Practice self-compassion and understand the weight of the consequences of your inactions. Do not leave your life to the laws of physics, you may not like it eventually. Act when you should. Be courageous! ….please!