Who doesn’t begin every year hoping for good things, hoping that this one will be the best one yet? But whether by setting unrealistic resolutions or having outlandish desires that are untethered to reality, we sometimes set ourselves up for a fall. Resolutions, which we’re encouraged to publicise among our friends, are the most surefire way of being disappointed. It’s better simply to start something new without turning it into a ‘resolution’. For some, all it need mean is trying out gay massage London, just to see whether it brings a new depth to one’s ability to relax and stay calm (hint: it does!).
As news emerges that Donald Trump is to undergo medical examinations and a formal health check, following allegations in Michael Wolff’s controversial new book, we may all consider our own health, both mental and physical. If you’re looking for a 2018 characterised by enhanced mental health, then there’s a wide variety of simple things you can do to make this more likely. Sometimes, the plethora of self-help manuals purporting to improve our emotional health can make it seem as if self-improvement of any kind is a Herculean undertaking. But the fact is that it’s easy to make a start and then to build on that start. You don’t have to devote an hour every day to it; mere minutes will suffice. So, apart from booking gay massage London, what can you do to make this all-important start?
Well, first, let’s look at whether social media is worsening your psychological state. Is it leaving you feeling empty or envious or drained? If so, rather than disconnecting from it entirely, which is a classic case of throwing the baby out with the bath water, just make some tweaks. Weed out the people you follow whose updates and posts bring on feelings of negativity. Instantly, you’ll have a newsfeed that inspires and lifts you up.
Turn your attention to others. Be very conscious of how often you ask your friends and acquaintances how they are. This is not the same as the perfunctory ‘how are you?’ that we say instinctively to people when they walk into the room. It’s asking people how they are and making it clear you care about the answer. Shifting the focus off your own worries and anxieties is vital. It brings us into the moment and keeps our problems right-sized.
Steer clear of ruts. Even if you don’t think you’re in one, you can still shake up your life with little changes; make that recipe that you cut out of the Sunday supplement. Try a different route when you go out for groceries. Pick a documentary on a subject you’d normally never be interested in. And, if you’ve never tried it before, book some gay massage London from Tantric Soul.