1. Do what you need to do for you. It’s important to make a habit of taking care of yourself.
2. Look at yourself for the problem first. If you blame another person for what you’re feeling, the solution is on them. But this is actually faulty logic.
3. Be mindful of projecting. Acknowledging your flaws isn’t fun; but if you don’t, you’ll continue seeing them in everyone around you.
4. Choose your battles. Some people just like to fight–maybe to channel negativity they’re carrying around about the world or themselves.
5. Don’t be afraid to be vulnerable. Power allows you a superficial sense of control, whereas true vulnerability allows you a sense of authenticity.