Be There for a Friend: Complete Guide on How to Give Good Advice

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How often have you remained silent when you saw a friend struggling with a problem? Don’t feel bad if you have done this—what you unwittingly did was follow an important rule in how to give good advice: wait to be asked.

As we go through life and experience the world, we solve problems, observe behavior, and generally get better at living. Experience arms us with the knowledge that we share to help other people. It’s a natural behavior, especially when it applies to the people we love.

Your friend’s problem belongs to them, and they have a right to solve it, not solve it, or ask for help solving it. This is where following some helpful guidelines about advice-giving comes in. That’s right; we’re going to give you some advice about giving advice.

8 Ways to Reduce Your Anxiety Levels

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There are obvious and clear advantages to living in the modern world. We don’t have to worry about predators, or the elements, or, for the most part, about food. It’s all been taken care of. However, that doesn’t mean it’s all plain sailing. We’re still subject to our human bodies, which haven’t made the transition into this worry-free existence. Our anxiety buttons are still triggered, but now it’s because of things like flashing screens, beeping horns, crowds, and so on. Life is pretty complicated, even if it’s convenient, and as a result, there are plenty of people living with anxiety. If you’re one of them, then the good news is that there are things you can do to reduce the severity of your anxiety. We take a look at eight ways below.

4 Small Changes To Improve Mindfulness

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Mindfulness is essential to living a full and happy life. Being aware of yourself and the things around you in the present moment, and understanding the patterns of your own mind can help you to remain calm and reduce feelings of stress and anxiety. But unfortunately, life gets in the way sometimes and we forget to be mindful. If you find it hard to stay mindful throughout the day, try making some of these simple changes in your life.

Depression: The Many Routes To Recovery

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Depending on what statistics you believe, anything between 1 in 10 to 1 in 6 people in your life will develop and experience depression at some point in their lives. Given how common it is, it is shocking that we are still fighting a stigma around it, and it’s something that you might want to think about if you are hoping to try and remove it in your life.

10 Tips To Improve Your Life Today

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Do you want to improve your life? Whether you’re looking for new relationships, opportunities, a more vibrant social life, or a stronger financial portfolio, the most significant external changes begin with an internal change. In this guide, we’ll give you 10 ways you can make your life better, today. After all, if you’re reading this article, you have the motivation today. Read on to get started.