I was a victim of distortion. I really had a distorted mind even as a kid. While I was much younger, I always sat at the back of the school bus because I believed that an accident might occur and the back seat was safer if it comes from the front. I always believed that if I wasn't topping the class, I was a failure. I remember this one incident that I cried for hours because I had 9 in a test and a certain veronica had 10. At that time, I had a distorted view that she was better than I was and didn't absorb the fact that I did better than most of my peers. While growing up, my mum noticed my distorted mindset and tried to fix me, guess what? It worked!!
If you have been reading my blog on a regular basis, you will know how big a fan I am of self-love. I find it to be the most important exercise that we all need to be doing every second of the day in order to be fit, physically and mentally. Another important mental exercise… Continue reading Positive Self Talk – 13 Things To Tell Yourself Every Day