A regular love story. A guy falls in love with a girl. A girl doesn’t reciprocate and rejects him. Time goes by. How would this guy feel when he meets her again after the rejection?
Let me tell you a story.
You may see all these “perfect” people on Instagram.
Good looks, fancy clothes, amazing sceneries on the background. Have you ever felts a spike of jealousy inside your heart?
I want to discuss the mindset towards someone’s success. There are 3 pieces of it that are of my particular interest.
7 steps I took to reignite myself
There were times when I was burned out. I was working too much on the job that wasn’t intellectually challenging and didn’t give me a sense of fulfillment. I was tired from routine. Probably all of my closest people would have said to me that I looked tired.
Some people turned away from me thinking that I became worse as a person. They said that I’ve changed.
“You are not the person I used to know.”
Written for Quora: How can I possibly get rid of all this anger I have?
Remember the last time you got possessed by the anger?
I forgot what the real anger is. The rage. I forgot about the hatred. I even forgot the feelings and sensations in the body associated with them. But I wasn’t always like this.
When I was younger I used to feel angry at many things. No one taught me how to control it and what should I do with it. I had to learn it the hard way.
You don’t have to.
The dialogue with a broken heart
Mik is a good man.
He is smart, witty, and can’t hide his kind heart behind a pretentious “I am a dick” mask.
His Dad is from the US and is a mix of Hungarian and Italian blood and lives on Rhode Island. His Mom is half-Brit and half Irish but born and raised in New Zealand so Mik calls her kiwi with love and makes fun of her British pride. She lives on a boat with her husband sailing over the channels of Mother England. Mik comes to visit her once in a while.
When I ask him he calls Korea his home. He lived here for over 12 years. Having both US and NZ passports he finds his life in Korea comfortable, sometimes too much.
Out of this 12 years, 3 of them he lives with panic attacks.
11 rules of successful communication
In this essay, I will cover the principles of the conversation dynamics that will help you to become better at any interaction you engage in.
If I think about it thoroughly there are really not that many secrets of successful communication.
Here is my list of must-know things that will dramatically improve your interpersonal skills upon implementation:
I wish I knew this before college.
Psychology is a beautiful thing, it makes the world much more complicated but the application becomes simple.
I learned about Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) test several years ago and I keep coming back to it since then.