Focusing on endless crises can induce feelings that life is meaningless.
My best time-managing practice is keeping a journal. It helps me be mindful about my habits. I write for example how much time I waste on the Internet. It works most of the times. It's not perfect, so I will consider the suggestions of this article, and I will also consider reading the book.
I would like some examples of these types of activities: "Just as physical exercise enlivens your whole day, so does mental activity." I can think of all sorts of mental activities, but surely some are more helpful than others and some may be harmful.
Thank you, Barry.
Yes JdL, self awareness solves what ails us.
Warmly ... John
Thank you. Right on schedule :).
Some days I wonder if you might actually be my guardian angel.
"Her cure began with her awareness."
This is the one indispensable key for any sort of healing. With it, one may still need help and guidance to speed progress, but without it, all the experts in the world can't make a person's messed-up mental state budge. Which reminds me of the joke, how many psychiatrists does it take to change a light bulb? One, but the bulb really has to want to change.
Thanks once again for your solid perspectives backed by excellent quotes. There really are a lot of people who see clearly, but it takes effort to find them amidst the noisy mindless babble of day-to-day life.
👏👏👏👏🙏🏻🤔💖Thank you for contributing worthwhile content to the regular exercise of my mind.