The Fruits of Being Unproductive

When Lock down looks like Procrastination Lock Down is a new concept for everyone. Never has this generation or the last been forced to stay home and live life with so many restrictions. A lot of us feel a little lost. The usual day to day things we were used to have now gone. EvenContinue reading “The Fruits of Being Unproductive”

5 Tips Against COVID-19 Induced Anxiety

When working from home feels like confinement Its not an easy time – to say the least. People have been struggling with the uncertainty of when the virus will stop spreading and when life can go on to is regular routine. Some of us have also lost the stability of an employment and rest ofContinue reading “5 Tips Against COVID-19 Induced Anxiety”

The Power of Toxic Positivity

I’ve always been a big fan of positivity and always will be. There are so many benefits to having a positive mindset. Life seems easier when you look at things from a more favorable angel, for example I just decide to take everything as a compliment, no matter how someone meant it. It makes meContinue reading “The Power of Toxic Positivity”

Do what you do best, f*** the rest

You know how when you were growing up and went to school – and had to pass all these random tests and take lots of subjects you were vaguely interested in. And the ones you were bad at you just had to get better at? Either through hard work or support with a tutor? OrContinue reading “Do what you do best, f*** the rest”

Replace Perfect with Good Enough

Its ok to want to be the best version of yourself. It’s a noble goal to have in the short time you find yourself on this earth. Yet there is a flip side to this – when will you have achieved this goal? When do you know that you are now the best version ofContinue reading “Replace Perfect with Good Enough”

When Not To Give a Helping Hand (4 Things to ask Yourself)

Helping others is good. Studies show that helping others not only benefits the person you are aiding, but also increases your own happiness. It gives you purpose, the feeling of being useful and makes you feel needed as well as accomplished. Communities such as churches, schools or neighbourhoods encourage helping others as a way toContinue reading “When Not To Give a Helping Hand (4 Things to ask Yourself)”

New Year’s Blues

Most people start off the new year with good intentions, new goals and a feeling of a fresh start (after the initial hang over that is). Time is a concept created by man to have a structure and a feeling of control (yes I just said time is a concept – I am that personContinue reading “New Year’s Blues”

You say it best, when you say nothing at all

Its not just a title to a pretty bad, slightly sexist song out of the 90s, but also a concept I have been thinking about lately. Don’t get me wrong, if you want to say something, please do. You should always always get what is off your chest and you should not stop talking tillContinue reading “You say it best, when you say nothing at all”

Endless Self Doubt

Sometimes I wonder if there is something existential about us having self-doubt. I rarely come across a person who experiences none of it as thought a complete lack would be suicidal. Perhaps it is. Perhaps self-doubt serves a purpose to us. A similar purpose like fear – something that holds us back from going offContinue reading “Endless Self Doubt”

New Years Resolutions – Doomed to fail?

New Years resolutions are not only a great way for gyms to raise their membership numbers but also just in general great motivators. They give us an initiative to stop and reflect on what we want to change in our day-to-day and encourages us to sit in the driving seat of that change. By beingContinue reading “New Years Resolutions – Doomed to fail?”

My Journey

Learning to be my Authentic Self

Dr. Eric Perry, PhD

Psychology to Motivate | Inspire | Uplift

The Yoga Path • Omaha, NE

{ Practicing Physical, Mental & Spiritual Health }