Zona komfora

Kad me kolegica blogerica Mirna, koja piše na stranici “Lova do krova“, pozvala da učestvujem na blog paradi na temu zone komfora, pomislila sam kako, zapravo, već imam tekst na tu temu koji sam ranije napisala za jedan portal (vidi dolje). Tekst je na portalu objavljen pod drugim nazivom, no jasno se u njemu očituju moji stavovi i razmišljanja; a iz istog se jasno vidi koliko puta i na koji način sam izlazila iz zone komfora. Hvala dragoj Mirni što me pozvala i s radošću se na poziv, ovim tekstom, odazivam.

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About friendship and self-development / O prijateljstvu i samorazvoju

About friendship and self-development

I was thinking a lot about this subject recently, and I want to share with you some of my thoughts. Furthermore, I want to hear it from you. Prob you also have had some introspection when it comes to your friendship.

Losing friend(s) is painful. We usually ask ourselves is there something wrong with us. Or that something might be wrong with the other person. Nothing good would come out from the blame.

rsz_teddy-889892_1920First of all, we are all responsible for own our life. Fully. We are the only person responsible for our thoughts and our feelings. The other person can behave that we don’t like, or we did not expect, but we are the one who would let another person hurt us in the future again, or we would protect ourselves.

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Going throug PTSD Terror – Sounds Familiar?

I had a terrible dream last night. I awoke with the feeling of heaviness and loneliness. The dream seemed so real, and I couldn’t avoid thinking about it. It was connected with the time when I was sick so couldn’t let the fear even when woke up and realized that that was just a dream (the happening two days ago but yesterday my daughter had tantrums, and I couldn’t update new post).

rsz_access-933120_1920-1I make some coffee and have a look at social networks and then found two amazing articles. So the first I read James Prescot’s article – Afraid? Today Can Be Different (click on the title), and when I read all ha said it sounded so familiar to me. This is his description of being afraid: “Usually, my response is excess panic, emotion, stress, anxiety, fear, thinking a million steps ahead, thousands of ‘what ifs’, jumping all the steps straight to the result, pulse rate going into emergency mode, adrenaline pumping, rational thought gone, mind clouded, stress levels growing.”.

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