Well for me I lend more on the introvert side now that I’m an adult. I prefer to stay to myself and enjoy my time learning new things and insights on everything, writing and building for Andrea Motivates, reading and just be creative. I’m more of a home body, going out to party or hang out til late night doesn’t really excite me anymore, I … Continue reading Introvert / Extrovert: WHICH ARE YOU?
When a person demands perfection of herself or himself, anything less can feel like failure. Adia Gooden knows this from experience. In addition to her work as a staff psychologist at the University of Chicago, she’s learned in her own life how to break negative thought patterns and live more freely. She shares those lessons in her talk: “Cultivating Unconditional Self-Worth.” Gooden is a licensed … Continue reading Self Love Saturday: Adia Gooden Talks About Cultivating Unconditional Self-Worth (Video)
I can’t believe that it is already September of 2018, it seem like yesterday we were celebrating the new year and then just like that we are coming to the end of summer and approaching Fall/Winter, wow. With that being said I really want to start sharing some of the books I’ve read that has helped me or inspired me and also share the … Continue reading Andrea Motivates Book Of The Month
It’s mind puzzling to me how it can be easy for some people to put on a front to prove to other people that they are worthy to be in their presence so they can get their approval or to be liked by them, we see it all the time especially on social media. These people rather get approval from other people to be something … Continue reading Self Love Saturday: Walking In Your Truth
You can’t keep living your life in the circle of self doubt and fear, you will never accomplish anything living this way, trust me I know the feelings as well. Living this way is for sure affecting the love that you should be giving to yourself so that you can be strong even when things get rough. with self love you would be able to … Continue reading Self Love Saturday: To Know Better Is To Do Better
For people with social anxiety disorder, everyday social interactions cause irrational anxiety, fear, self-consciousness, and embarrassment. Symptoms may include excess fear of situations in which one may be judged, worry about embarrassment or humiliation, or concern about offending someone. Social anxiety is the fear of being judged and evaluated negatively by other people, leading to feelings of inadequacy, inferiority, self-consciousness, embarrassment, humiliation, and depression. If a person … Continue reading Social Anxiety…What is it?