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Why I don’t like talking about community

People judge those with few friends. They quickly claim you have none at all. Chances are, however, you do have close friends. They’re just not as many as the rest of society believes to be the right amount. When it comes to friendship, you’d want quality over quantity anyway. If we’re talking about connections, sure, quantity can get you very far. Read more »

The book that changed my self-defeating thoughts

Full disclosure: I might have had postpartum depression during the first couple of months after my daughter was born. My mind and feelings were such a whirlwind then, I didn’t know what to make of them. First of all, I didn’t have a clue what I was doing. It’s true what they say, especially in the first few months, that motherhood is mostly instinctual. Read more »

The habit of meditation and deep breathing for Rebel Tendencies

Meditation is my personal stress-buster. I’m not just saying this because research also proves it but because I’ve learned this from experience. When I’m stressed and I’m able to meditate, I immediately feel the benefits. Now I know how Rebel Tendencies find it challenging to start new habits because how can you start a habit when no one, not even yourself, can motivate you? Read more »