Get The Feeling That People Don’t Like You? 13 Signs They Probably Don’t

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You can feel it in the air, that coldness, that distant vibe when you’re around certain people or in a certain situation.

It feels like they don’t want anything to do with you, even though they haven’t outright said it. 

And it’s even harder to figure out if you’re right about these intuitions

But what if there were signs that could tell you for sure whether or not people actually like you? 

Signs that would put your mind at ease and let you know where you stand with the people around you? 

Well, luckily for you, there are.

And we’ll explore them all and what you can do to turn things around.

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Prepare For A Great Night’s Sleep And A Better Tomorrow With These 65 Sleep Affirmations

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Getting to bed at a decent time each night and waking up with a positive mindset may seem nearly impossible if you feel busy, stressed, and overwhelmed most evenings. 

Using nighttime affirmations before you head to bed can provide peace of mind while allowing you to drift off to sleep with a positive outlook ahead.

Are they worth a try for you, and will they make a difference in your sleep quality?

Read on to find out.

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11 Reasons Why Letting Go Is So Hard And What To Do About It

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Have you ever clung to something you knew was wrong or toxic or wondered, “Why is it so hard to let go of someone who’s terrible for you?”


You’re human, and letting something go is a common obstacle.

But clearing it should be your goal because clinging to negativity and grudges erodes well-being. 

So if you’re ready to start living the life you want (and deserve), it may be time to shed some emotional baggage. 

And that’s what we’re tackling today: the art of letting go.

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How To Set Intentions And 35 Transformative Intentions For The Day

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If you’re here, you’ve probably heard of intention setting and are curious about how it works. 

Can it truly impact your life, or is it just ineffectual self-soothing?

The good news is that setting intentions is a scientifically sound way to support good mental health. 

Moreover, people who commit to the practice are more likely to set SMART goals and reach them. 

Want to get in on the action?

If so, keep reading — because today, we’re unpacking the ins and out of setting intentions for the day. 

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13 Essential Emotional Goals to Set In 2023 and How to Reach Them

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For many of us, the start of a new year presents an opportunity for a new beginning – a chance to set goals and put positive changes into motion.

But you can set goals any time of year, especially if those resolutions you made on January 1 have fallen by the wayside.

Sadly, most people only set goals for their physical well-being, love life, or career. 

But what about our emotional wellness? 

Just as it’s essential to set goals related to our physical health and financial security, it’s also essential to our emotional well-being.

Emotional wellness goals help strengthen your inner world and relationships so your emotions don’t present roadblocks to your growth.

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The Proof Is In: 101 Things That Are Guaranteed to Make You Smile

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Sometimes, it can be hard to find things to smile about. 

Whether going through a difficult time or just feeling stressed and distracted by your regular routine, it’s not always easy to stop and enjoy the little moments

Finding something to make you smile requires paying attention and being more mindful as you go through your day. 

Once you deliberately start to look, you might be surprised by the things you find to make you smile.

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9 Ways To Start Living For Yourself and Stop Living For Others

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If you’ve been told living life for yourself is unforgivably selfish, you’re in the right place.

It’s time we put that idea where it belongs (far away from you). 

There’s a reason you have a will of your own. 

Living your own life is something only you can do.

Other people have their own lives to live and their own choices to make.

Other people’s lives are their responsibilities. 

Your life is your own. 

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