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Do What Feels Bad

Do What Feels Bad

In 2002 Diet Coke launched their new marketing slogan: “Do what feels good.” It was just another ploy in a slew of ad campaigns designed to hijack the human desire to seek pleasure. We’re wired after all to move toward pleasure, and away from pain. So it’s no surprise that sales skyrocketed. Whether it’s messages to inhale soft drinks or to buy the latest smartphone, we’re habituated to elevate feeling good over everything else. And it’s no wonder, because pain/pleasure… read more →

How I’m Recovering From Perfectionism

How I’m Recovering From Perfectionism

Perfectionism is a sneaky mental illness. I know because I’m a recovering perfectionism addict. On the surface, the voice of perfection makes you think that it’s only trying to help. After all it only wants to help you be all that you can be, right? Not only that, but it’s supposedly protecting you from the devastating effects of failure. It’s there to shield you, so you don’t let yourself and others down. Cloaked in its desire to help you be the best,… read more →