Here are 5 steps to challenge your perspective to lessen the intensity of feeling homesick. We don’t see things as they are; we see things as we are.
We see the world from our perspective!
A person, who is less anxious about an upcoming move, will find it easier to adjust to a new home, be less homesick and will see the whole experience in a more positive light.
A person, who is depressed and anxious prior to moving, will likely perceive the experience as negative, miss home and feel homesick.
A person, who had a bad experience with a dog, will be afraid of dogs.
A person, who grew up with a cute little dog, will see all dogs as friendly.
We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are. Anaïs Nin
A person, who sees himself as a failure, will not try to succeed.
A person, who mistrusts others, will see everywhere betrayal and does not have many friends.
A person, who sees the good in people, will find goodness everywhere and has many friends.
“We don’t see things as they are, we see them as we are.” Anaïs Nin
What a revelation!
It makes you realize that we use our lens to see things our way. The lens of our believes, the lens of our culture, the lens of our knowledge, the lens of our past experiences, the lens of our fears, the lens of our personality, the lens of our disposition. With so many lenses, it is difficult to believe that we can see things as they are. Continue Reading →