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World Ego Awareness Day - May 11

World Ego Day is a day that aims to increase awareness of the ego issue and its impact on everything we do, focus attention and bring a broader understanding of the issue. World Ego Awareness Day is basically dedicated to those who suffer from it on a clinical level, because the ego is a healthy part of the mind when it exists properly, but not when it is overdeveloped.

The Ego Awareness Movement was established in 2018, as a support network for people struggling with ego-related mental states that can cause great suffering, such as anger, prejudice, inferiority complexes, feelings of superiority, addictions, stress-related violence, racism, sexism and more.

We are usually angry and dislike people with excessive egos, accusing them of selfishness and moving away from them, but extreme egotism is a mental disorder whose sufferers are not to blame for suffering from it.

An overly selfish mind is an unhealthy mind and it creates problems in relationships and empathy towards others. Those who struggle with the ego are more likely to feel loneliness and despair.

The causes of the development of the disorder are unknown, but the hypotheses are that they are a combination of neurobiological, genetic, psychological and environmental factors. The reasons for the development of the ego can stem from severe emotional abuse in childhood, from negative parenting experiences or childhood exposure to parental violence and learning antisocial behaviors from parents or friends.

How to attend World Ego Awareness Day?

We all know someone who we would say has an overly inflated ego, and although we all have a very good idea of ​​what an “ego” is, we seem to lack the understanding of how harmful this phenomenon can be. Global Ego Awareness Day is our opportunity to take time for self-observation and explore our egos and our experiences with those around us to understand how much of our ego takes up space in our lives and how much it causes us to get into conflicts with others.

You can publish on this day articles and information on the subject, which can help others. Egoism is a trait that can cause us to hurt those around us by trying to control our unbalanced ego, as well as trying to manage our reactions to displaying other people's egos. While not everyone suffers from egoism, it is likely to appear on one level or another in everyone.

World Ego Awareness Day

May 11 is also Eat What You Want Day

True Confessions Day- March 15

True Confessions Day is a day that takes place every year on March 15, the purpose of which is to confess and discover the truth in order to liberate the mind and reach inner peace. Each of us has secrets that we do not tell. These can be small or big secrets. The secrets gnaw at our psyche and make us feel stressed and guilty. Secrets destroy relationships because they cause us to hide and sometimes lie more and more, until a little secret becomes a pile of lies that undermines trust.

Confession is the best way to stop with the secrets and get away from guilt. When we reveal our secrets, we may be hurt by the results, such as being angry with us or severing ties with us. But on the other hand, the feeling of liberation after we discovered the secret is worth it. Besides, whoever truly loves us will stay with us even after he discovers our worst secrets.

The source of True Confessions Day

True Confessions Day was created by Thomas and Ruth Roy from the Wellcat website. Their contention is that confession is good for the soul. If you're going to work, tell it all. If you are planning to stay home, make an appointment with the mirror and tell it everything.

Not sure they are the ones who invented this day, but its purpose according to all the publications about it is that this day is meant to motivate people to confess guilt or secrets in order to move forward from troubles and clear their conscience.

How to celebrate True Confessions Day?

Celebrating the day of confession of truth is very simple. Make a true confession about the secret that oppresses you in front of your loved ones. This way you will be left without guilt and relaxed by releasing this secret that you have kept in your stomach for so long. Confessing to the secret will create openness in the relationship and make it stronger. In case the discovery of the secret will ruin the relationship, a sign that it was not good for you in the first place. Encourage other people around you to confess to feeling good. If you still do not want to share your secret with others, write it down in a diary or stand in front of the mirror to confess. Share your thoughts on social media using the hashtag #TrueConfessionsDay.

March 15 is also World Consumer Rights Day and Brutus Day

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