Did you know that the 30’s are the new 20’s? Do you find yourself (or remember) breaking into a cold sweat as you realize that your getting closer to the big three-o? Well, you can rekindle that motivation you had as a teenager when you counted down the years to getting older (well, old enough to drive anyway), because MyFaceMyLife has found a new survey revealing that the 30’s are indeed the new 20’s…. with the magic 33 peaking as the happiest age to be. (more…)
For most of us loving someone is very natural, but do you ever feel like you haven’t been loved enough in your life, and you desire more? Do you ever think, “When I find my true love then I’ll be complete?” Or perhaps you are already in a relationship and you’d like more loving? Well, don’t wait any longer. Start loving yourself today!
If you search for love outside of yourself, you will never find it. (more…)
Holding onto past regrets is something many of us make a life habit of, rendering our lives to misery and sorrow. But living a life of “no regrets” can be very beneficial – for both young and old.
Whether it’s regretting something you have done or haven’t done, holding on to this regret can affect the way you react and handle situations in your life. According to Healthland, new research has revealed that while it’s normal to dwell on feelings of regret in our youth, but allowing them to factor in future decision making, as we grow older, doesn’t help us with second chances in life. They reported that “the likelihood of second chances diminishes, and feeling regretful doesn’t do as much good”. (more…)
At an early age we were taught by our parents to have compassion for other people—for those less fortunate than ourselves and those who are suffering from illnesses. But we were never taught to have feelings of compassion for ourselves when we are having a hard time? Because of that, its often much harder to do.
New research has revealed that we all could benefit from some of the good feeling and support that we give others. Call it compassion toward ourselves or self-compassion. It’s a new area of psychological research that is currently being explored. (more…)
At MyFaceMyLife, we encourage you to surround yourself with supportive people who nurture your goals and your dreams. But unfortunately, some of these people may turn out to be just a little bit “nuts”. Like a sweet giant cookie that ends up bitter on your hips, it’ll take a lot of effort to shed these crazies from your life (unless of course you’re quick to spot them before it’s too late!).
We stumbled across this amusing (but take our word on it – serious) article on recognizing psychopathic symptoms in three common staples in your daily circle – your lover, your friend and your boss.
Whether you have had the (dis)pleasure of experiencing a psycho in your life, counseled a friend through this problem or have laughed your way up to this point saying “yeah right, as if I couldn’t spot a psycho”, read on anyway – you may well thank us later! (more…)