Everyone’s life is challenging as they’re all on their own thorny and marshy path. The various problems generate a variety of mental and physical problems, but one of the most common is the inability to say no. The most difficult problem to solve at work, at home, with friends or family, or among neighbours.
This drives people to despise themselves, resulting in a mental health problem that causes havoc in their personal and professional lives. So, putting aside everything and everyone’s perspective, here are the things you should be bothered about:
- Maintaining contact with friends after one or both of you move away, even if it requires scheduling time to speak with them when it isn’t convenient.
- Being aware of what your body requires in terms of nutrition and activity, rather than rejecting it or overburdening it with harmful foods.
- Allowing yourself to make mistakes in terms of your health and profession but not succumbing to excuses.
- Everyone should have easy access to reproductive health and sex education.
- Maintaining a clean/organized home environment that promotes productivity.
- Being in the company of folks who make you feel good about yourself and do not condemn or censure you for who you are.
- Being a good host to visitors who stay with you.
- Dressing in a way that makes you feel attractive and comfortable, even if it may appear flashy or unusual to others.
- Living in an area that suits your lifestyle and makes you feel safe, even if it is a little less centrally situated than you would expect.
- Maintaining a monthly budget, even if it means sacrificing something you dearly want until later in the year
- Instead of scribbling “Happy Birthday” on their Facebook page with a million other acquaintances, actually saying it to those you care about.
- Someone who is proud to present you to their friends and family is someone you should date.
- Being punctual when meeting new people.
- Travelling to locations you’ll probably never get to see once you’ve got a mortgage, kids, and a million other responsibilities.
- Even if you’re in a foul mood and don’t think they’ll remember it, be kind to those you pass during your day.
- You should not look down on any of your pals, regardless of what they do for a living.
- Before passing judgement on someone, get to know them and give them the benefit of the doubt.
- Do not skip breakfast.
- When you’re out at a dance, you should get out on the floor and attempt to have fun.
- Attending crucial events for friends, even if it means going out of your way, even if it isn’t your cup of tea.
- When someone is going through a breakup and needs to vent, you can listen to them.
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