Following the pandemic, people are spending more time at home. Despite the world opening its doors, the COVID-19 crisis has left its mark. With remote working on the rise and a decrease in face-to-face social interactions, how can solitude and isolation after your social skills?
Between the fear of fake dating profiles, commitment, and the sheer time and expense it takes to find a match, it’s no wonder that dating today is hard. Not to mention adding an ongoing pandemic to the mix.
Building new relationships takes time, which many people have little running spare. But you can create new relationships as an adult in a city. Whether you just moved to a city like New York or Los Angeles, or you’re finding it hard to meet people in general, here are some tips to help you make new adult friends.
Have you ever found yourself asking if you’re making as much money as someone else, or is your house as big? As humans, we tend to compare the successes. This can make it particularly difficult when everyone appears to be living perfect lives on social media.
Although public speaking is not the average person’s number-one fear, it still ranks highly among other scary things like heights or in-laws. It might help to know that even the most experienced presenters get nervous before taking the podium or mic.
If you agree that uncertainty is frightening, you’re not alone. The human brain is hard-wired to be fearful of uncertainty. Constantly changing and updating to predict how the world works, when your brain is faced with prolonged uncertainty, this can cause increased levels of distress.
Self-confidence is a vital part of maintaining your physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness. However, there are many factors that can interfere with your ability to recognize your self-worth.