Introverts do enjoy spending time on their own. That doesn’t mean being around people and being social is no for them, they just like to have time all by themselves after being with people. Introverts process information more slowly than extroverts do. Thus they are happy with less stimulation whereas introverts need a little more of excitement to feel satisfied.
When I was in therapy myself, my daily homework was to write down 3 positive things in the evening that I experienced that day. It could be a small win like ‚I ate a chocolate bar in front of my friends’ (I’ve been struggling with anorexia and depression) or a stranger smiled at me today or I had great cuddles with my dog!Read More
It is crucial to let go of uninvited feelings to make it feel seen. If we keep on ignoring and trying desperately to overcome it by distracting ourselves - I promise, it might feel like it’s going away for a moment but the next thing you know is exactly that emotion within your chest but even heavier. Like Eckhart Tolle puts it: what you resist, persists. So give yourself the time and take the courage to reaaaally feel the feeeeels!Read More
Related to forgiving, this means if you hold on to anger and past wounds towards someone that took advantage of you or hurt you, you ultimately hurt yourself. Anger and feeling hurt are very low vibrational emotions, which are likely to attract more low frequency obstacles such as (mental) diseases, conflicts and inner tension.Read More