I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of suggestions. If I want a suggestion I will search for it myself. Reading about Mindfulness has enabled me to analyze the thoughts and feelings that I would normally just broadly categorize as “anxiety causing” and move on. Unfortunately, there is no moving on. Unless you figure out the root cause of why you feel the way you feel, it’ll linger with you for years. If you spent a day in my shoes, you would think that I am surrounded by thoughtful, caring people. So why then do I feel anxious when

Advice is something that people love to give. Whether it’s well intended, or not, you’ll receive it at some point in life (probably at some point today). How we deal with advice is the topic of this article. There are three types of advice. The first one is where a person truly tries to help you, and that’s the one I’m good with, as you probably are as well. The second type of advice stems from jealousy, control, misinformation, or something else. It’s not really advice: it’s the type of comment that you receive that makes you not want to