I agree with Smoothie queen, there is usually some reason for why they feel they can’t be wrong. Maybe it makes them feel worthless, less like an authority figure, more like people won’t look to them for help because they were wrong. Also, don’t forget denial. I knew of people who said they could never … Continue reading How come you don’t admit when you’re wrong?
Intriguing question. Let me try to answer this as best I can. I think everything is connected: mind, body, spirit, emotions. And so our thoughts (cognition), our spiritual body (energy/aura) and our physical body are all one. (Emotions too.) The relationship between them is tenfold. Examples of this would be: Have you ever been in … Continue reading What is the relationship among physiological, cognitive psychological, spiritual and social development to understand thoughts, feelings and behaviors?
I experience this a lot. Honestly, it is a little annoying but in a way, you get used to it. I honestly think they are trying to “figure me out”. What they don’t realize is, there is nothing to figure out… Reference: https://www.quora.com/Why-do-people-stare-at-you
Indirectly, yes. I have anxiety issues and agoraphobia, and when I was attending my grandfather’s funeral in 2015, my cousin (who has similar issues) was there and we were supporting each other. I asked him why he came if he was uncomfortable and he said “he always has to try”. Ever since then, no matter … Continue reading Has the death of a loved one change the way you live your life on a day to day basis?
Congratulations on getting a puppy! They are so cute. I am not an expert in animals but I will share what I have noticed in our own pets. My father got a puppy 2 years ago, and she was up and about a lot but also slept during the day. My cat sleeps a lot … Continue reading Is it normal for my 3 to 4 months old puppy to be sleepy during the day? I try to be more active with her during the day, but she still is very calm and doesn’t want to play most of the time.
Not right this minute but if you give me anywhere from 30 minutes to a couple of hours from now my answer might be different. I have chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and a host of other health problems and so I burn out pretty easily. When I feel burned out I feel like I am … Continue reading Do you feel burned out?
If you are in a relationship and asking this question, it is possible you are already ready to throw in the towel. Usually we know, intuitively or instinctively that the relationship has run its course. And if you are pondering the question of “how do you know”, chances are you might already be there. Reference: … Continue reading How do you know when it’s time to “throw in the towel” in a relationship?
Not always. But sometimes. It sounds to me like this person is actually upset at themselves for lying to you and so they are taking it out on you by projecting their feelings at you. They might also be upset that you caught them in a lie - which isn’t your fault. They shouldn’t be … Continue reading Do you think a person who lies to you and is upset at you for their own lie has some underlying psychological issue?
You left them for a reason. The reason is not likely to change. In essence, you might miss the idea of being with them (or just having someone in your life) but the reason why you left will always be valid. In general, most of the time, people don’t change. If you want them back … Continue reading How do you know if you made the right choice of leaving someone? I am having doubts and miss them.
Yes, but you need to respect their want to not be open and talkative. Accepting them as they are and respecting them as they are. Over time, you can build trust and respect with this person and they might open up to you more. It isn’t something you can force (it will likely do the … Continue reading Can you succeed in helping or encouraging a shy and quiet person to talk to you comfortably?