In an age where digital communication dominates our lives, it’s easy to feel lost in the noise. Yet the boom in podcasting suggests a universal need to be heard. In the bustling hub of online discourse, podcasts offer an intimate, personal platform that allows individuals to carve out a unique space for their voices.
These days, though, it’s difficult to find someone who hasn’t at one point thought about starting a podcast. And, there are a lot of people who have followed through on this thought. With so many people trying to be heard, has the freedom to voice our opinions become a loud and cacophonous shouting contest? And what does this trend mean in an age where we have endless access to media?
I’ve noticed a real uptick in use of the term “neurodivergent” across a range of social situations.
Recently, a friend confided that the guy they were dating dumped them because he misunderstood the intention of something they said. Then, I watched a co-worker try to explain to their boss why they struggled to complete a piece of work. Later, I scrolled Instagram and saw a celebrity’s long social post detailing their relief at a recent medical diagnosis.
Physical health from exercise and mental health are indeed, closely interconnected to your well-being. Research has consistently shown that maintaining good physical health can very much benefit mental health and well-being.
When you find yourself in a heightened state of emotions, it can feel almost crippling and make it much harder to find the mental and physical energy and capacity to do any form of exercise.
Change is scary. And there is one main reason – we can’t always control it. When you consider changing something about your life, what do you think of? And how does it make you feel at the thought of making that change. Usually, that change is for the better, but I’m sure you’re scared about making the move.
Consider this, if that change is going to offer you a better life, then why are you scared of it? When you understand these feelings then you can use them to take those steps towards change, no matter how scary.
A lot of people have become curious about the concept of manifesting and the Law of Attraction recently, particularly online. You may have heard that these ideas can help you achieve your dreams and desires which would be appealing to a lot of people. While it’s true that setting intentions and visualizing your goals are useful tools, it’s essential to understand that the journey to success requires more than visualizations.
Do you feel anxious about the state of the world, and misunderstood by older generations? Were you born between the 1980s and the 2000s? You are probably experiencing Millennial Trauma. It’s horrible to feel that nobody gets you, especially when you didn’t ask to be born into such a stressful world. So, if Millennial Trauma isn’t your fault, whose fault is it?