The Proven Techniques to Boost Your Confidence (Part 2) – In addition to the golden rule of trust, the following techniques, implemented in various scientific studies, have proven effective in increasing your self-confidence when you need it most. This article will continue The Proven Techniques to Boost Your Confidence (Part 1)Use a triumphant attitude. Amy Cuddy discovered that a powerful posture for two minutes increases testosterone levels and decreases those of cortisol, the stress hormone. The result? You feel more confident and ready to take risks. The explanation of Cuddy is that there is a two The road communication is between the mind and the body. If you are proud, your attitude reflects that. But if you are sad, you adopt a triumphal attitude, little by little, you will feel more secure. Note: Powerful poses are those that expel your body like those athletes do when they win (arms raised, chest up and chin up).

The Proven Techniques to Boost Your Confidence (Part 1) –  In addition to the golden rule of trust, the following techniques, implemented in various scientific studies, have proven effective in increasing your self-confidence when you need it most. (I Will explain These Proven Techniques to Boost Your Confidence in two-part.)Some are easier than others, but they are at least essential for you to feel safer in all situations. Use them wisely. Stop looking for trust before I start, I would like to remind you of something fundamental, but that we often forget: It is impossible to always have self-confidence. Our level of confidence fluctuates. The same person can be very sure of herself if she finds the job of her dreams and is completely depressed if she is fired. And that’s normal. Nobody escapes this. Even people as successful as Hollywood actresses have admitted that they often felt like a failure! So do not always try to be confident. It is scientifically proven that the more you pursue it, the more you will feel sad and insecure. To this end, the law of invested effort is known, and that is that many people have such a great need to always feel good that it adds pressure and becomes depressing.

Do You Lack Confidence in Yourself? – Does your fear of failure make you lose opportunities every time? I know what it does. A lack of confidence is a terrible travel companion. It paralyzes you. This ensures that you do not even try to fight for what you want and that you find yourself in a small comfort zone. During one phase of my life, I also lived this way, avoiding any situation in which I could fail. I was so afraid of failure that I missed several opportunities to study abroad. I resigned to continue my career as a researcher and even claimed to be sick. I did not have to face challenges such as speaking in public. Not to mention all the sentimental possibilities that I dropped. Fortunately, all this has been forgotten. Yes, I still feel uncertain, but after years of studying the science of emotions, I know what I should do. And I will tell you everything here. In this article, I will first reveal the golden rule of trust, then ten scientifically proven techniques to boost your confidence when you need it most.

The Keys of Emotional Communication – I do not know if you remember the famous American footballer who said on television that he was the best football player in the world. If you remember, you may also know that there is a lot of excitement about these statements. His opponents criticized him and social networks were inundated with evidence to prove it was not him, but another, the best on the planet. Why did all this happen? Why were so many controversies generated when he just said what he believed? The reason is that his message was immobile, objective and inflexible. In short: he did not use emotional communication. Had they done so, they would certainly not have criticized it this way. Women improve, men notOf all the social skills that have been and have been, emotional communication is what will definitely bring more peace to your life. We are not used to communicating emotionally.

I Feel Inferior to Others: Possible Causes, and What to Do – Self-esteem is very important for the development of people, at all stages. This begins to be established in the early stages of development and is consolidated in adulthood, where the subject with a good self-image will be able to deal with the various setbacks that are presented. However, it is quite common for people to experience problems in this regard. “I feel inferior to others” is a common thought, a consequence of the fact that something went wrong while determining self-esteem. Anyway, with the fact that we have noticed, we have already taken the first step towards a healthier self-image. Below we will see what to do in these cases and some of the possible causes. Why do I feel inferior to others? As we saw earlier, when I feel inferior to others, it is because the process of establishing self-esteem was broken at some point. This could have happened in several ways. So let’s see the most common ones.

Night Anxiety: Causes and Keys to Overcome It (Part 2) – In part 1 has been explained in part 1 that Anxiety is an emotion of adaptation that is normal and that people can often feel on a daily basis, but nighttime anxiety is not entirely positive. This is usually the result of worries we may have about something that happens to us on a daily basis. In part 2 in part 2, it will continue on Keys to Overcome Night AnxietyExerciseExercise is necessary because it offers many benefits, not only physically, but also psychologically. Studies show that sports practice improves the state of mind. It also helps us reduce stress and anxiety, as it reduces the presence of cortisol in our body. In addition, with physical exercise, you will be more tired at home and sleep better. But … do not overdo itHowever, to prevent the nervous system from becoming too active late at night, it is best to exercise or exercise in the morning or early afternoon. The most important thing is to avoid training at night.

Night Anxiety: Causes and Keys to Overcome It (Part 1) – It is 2 am and within 5 hours you have to get up to go to work. You have rocked and turned for two hours, and no matter how hard you try, you can not sleep. You have tried everything to fall asleep quickly, count the sheep, apply the 4-7-8 method, etc., but every minute that passes, you feel more tormented and worried. Whenever you have less time to sleep and think about it, you wake up more. If you think this has happened to you, you may experience nighttime anxiety, which may be associated with occasional or prolonged insomnia, for a variety of reasons. In this article, you will find some tips for overcoming this type of fear. When the mind does not come off this unpleasant sensation can occur for a variety of reasons and you have certainly experienced it in your life. The nocturnal fear is invading you as you enter this vicious circle in which you do not know whether you should go to bed,