This is the first of a series of four short videos I’ll be posting on the site, each one focusing on a different type of mental growth. The first video is about the difference between mature and immature thought processes. The second video is about the difference between mature and immature attention. The third vid […]
This is the first of a series of four short videos I’ll be posting on the site, each one focusing on a different type of mental growth. The first video is about the difference between mature and immature thought processes. The second video is about the difference between mature and immature attention. The third vid will focus on learning new things and practice doing new things. And finally, the fourth video is about the benefits of mature thinking.
The videos cover the basic tenets of mature thinking. It’s clear that a mature mindset can help you get over your emotional depression; more on that later.
The video from the previous page is one of my favorites. It shows a man who is on a date with his girlfriend. He starts off with a thought process that can best be described as a mature one. This is something you can do when you’ve dealt with an overwhelming amount of things in your life that aren’t helping you get through it. The first thought in the video is a thought that has helped me through some particularly difficult times in my life.
Think of the thought as a way to release some of the pressure you have been holding on to for way too long. At this point in your life, you are either depressed, or you are in a depression at the moment because you cant seem to find the right things to accomplish. Its important to take note of this and to keep in mind that the thought has the potential to become your new, best friend.
I’ve had moments where I’ve just had a really good thought and I haven’t had the energy or the inclination to act on it. And it is because I didn’t act on it. In fact, I would have probably been more worried about the thought getting me in trouble than the thought itself. But I could have said “I don’t know, think about it, it’s important” or something to that affect and that would have let me get on with my day.
I know it sounds contradictory… but there’s a difference between worrying about something and actually doing something about it. We can take away the worry, but if we don’t do it, we’re just doing it. And the best advice I can give is: act.
It sounds like you just feel that way because you want to, but in reality, you’re just as likely to be doing nothing about it as you are to do something about it. It’s like trying to be responsible for a car accident when you’re just drunk, or in bed with someone you just met. I know I’m probably going to get criticized for this, but think about what you’re doing when you worry.
I know I used to worry a lot more. Like when I was a teenager I’d worry about stuff all the time. I used to have to be like “well I’m not going to worry about this” or “well I’m not going to worry about that” or “well I’m not going to worry about that”. I just didn’t like having to worry about it.
So the best way to get rid of your worry (if youve ever been worried about something for any length of time) is to stop worrying about it. In other words, stop worrying about things you can’t control. In general, the best way to do this is to stop worrying about whatever it is you are worrying about. So if you have a car accident, you should take your car to a mechanic. If you have a car accident, you should get a new car.
You can also take the car to a mechanic to get some attention. There’s a good reason for this, but it’s still not enough. You have to be a bit more cautious of your car, and stop worrying about everything else. It’s important to keep your car insured, but don’t worry about the damage to your car, your car, or the damage that is caused by it.