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A ride through the mind of a very insecure person



We all have our insecurities, and we all sometimes doubt our capabilities, but to a certain extent and then it becomes unhealthy. Insecure people often suffer from anxiety and is in constant fear of being judged or mocked, that’s why they suffer almost every day, and especially when it’s accompanied with overthinking.

If you’re wondering what goes on that troubled mind of theirs, here’s a glimpse of some of the voices inside their heads.

1. “Too many people, don’t you wish you are back home where you can’t mess up?”

They will count their every move, and think of every word, their anxiety is at its highest when they’re surrounded with strangers and they just can’t wait to get back to the safety of their homes. And when they do, they’ll probably recap every action, every word that they have said, maybe blame themselves for being so awkward and hesitant.

2. “Should I? Or should I not? I probably shouldn’t.”

Acting in a spontaneous way is probably out of question, every move they make is counted and all the possibilities are thought of ahead and considering worst case scenarios is a must!

That’s why they often hold back from so many possibilities and chances, such as a great job opportunity, that they’ll think they’re underqualified for it. Or a relationship, with a person they love dearly, that they think is out of their league.

3. “Shut up, they’ll mock you.”

Here’s why insecurity is the worst, it undermines your worth and blurs your vision that you can no longer see the goals that you have set for yourself, fear holds insecure people back and along with them are ideas that just stay this way, a raw idea that didn’t get the chance to transform into an action, just because that person is too insecure to share it with people; thinking it will be thought of poorly.

4. “I shouldn’t have said that, why do I always mess things up?”

Insecure people tend to isolate themselves, they create a comfort zone of their own and stick to it, getting out of it is usually a challenge for them; one they’re not willing to take. Just like introverts, they find comfort in certain things that they are not willing to change.

It’s true that insecure people are the ones who created the box for themselves and hid inside it, but it’s also true that sometimes their loved ones don’t offer them a hand to pull them out.

Help your loved one fight their insecurities, remind them of their worth and encourage them into taking actions they fear. And for those with anxiety, take a leap of faith, and learn to push back when thoughts start to pull you in.

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Mohamed Mamdouh Apologizes to the People Criticizing Him




It looks like being a successful actor, who was capable of proving himself in the plenty of roles that he played, isn’t enough to get people off his back.

Mohamed Mamdouh has been proving himself each year as a competent actor, and this year was no different. However, people have been criticizing the actor for his short breath and pronunciation. Which was brought up in an interview with Al Arabya, to which his answer to this was a genuine apology.

But why should he be sorry? Such a flaw doesn’t make him any less of a good actor, and this flaw was even unnoticed by countless of his fans, who have been defending him since yesterday.

This brings us to an issue that not only celebrities face, but we do too, and that is bullying. It may not seem this way to some, because their claim could be that it’s merely their opinion, something the actor should work on. But it is a verbal bullying, and everyday we encounter the same thing.

What is merely your opinion, might affect the person’s self esteem and make them doubt themselves and their capabilities. Your comment about someone’s hair, body, or even their outfit, is one you should always keep to yourself. Because most of the time, people already know about their flaw, they just don’t like it when it’s pointed out to them.

Mohamed Mamdoud has been killing it in this year’s series ‘Qabeel‘, his portrayal of a person who’s severely manipulated by his mental illness is quite impressive. Not only that, but the way he’s mourning for his long gone wife, is giving us all the feels.

So why after giving a killer performance, should he be faced with such a criticism?

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GOT Fans Start a Petition Demanding a Full Remake of Season 8




If you haven’t yet watched the latest episode of GOT then don’t through with this article, because spoilers lie ahead!

Even though episode 5 aired days ago, people still don’t seem to get over what happened during this horrific episode. They surely can’t accept that the breaker of chains turned mad, and ruined everything for us.

Now, people are taking their anger to a whole new level, where a new petition is circulating from a Night King–loving fan named Dylan D, asking HBO to remake the ENTIRE season ‘with competent writers’ instead of Thrones ShowrunnersDavid Benioff and D. B. Weiss.

“David Benioff and D. B. Weiss have proven themselves to be woefully incompetent writers when they have no source material (i.e., the books) to fall back on,” Dylan’s call to action reads. “This series deserves a final season that makes sense. Subvert my expectations and make it happen, HBO!”

The petition has been up for less than a week now and it’s already gotten almost 278,135 signatures from equally annoyed fans!

Here the link for the petition, for all the angry fans out there who are demanding the same!

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Bassem Youssef Pushing People into Leading a Healthy Lifestyle




Bassem Youssef is certainly one of the most influential public figures in the Arab World, his content has always stood out among others, and is found to be useful and encouraging.

We’re used to his shows being entertaining and critical, and we definitely get influenced by his views and well respected opinions. But when it comes to following a certain diet of his, are we really prone to following his steps? Even if it means, becoming a vegan?

For this Ramadan, Bassem Youssef has introduced a new web-series, called Plant B. It is a new show that hopes to improve the current health crisis, which is global by the way, and not just in Egypt.

The surgeon is providing viewers with information from the world’s most respected doctors and researchers, who were capable of changing their lives by following a Plant-Based Diet. 

What is Plant Based Diet, you ask? Plant-based eating patterns focuses mainly on foods primarily from plants. This includes not only fruits and vegetables, but also nuts, seeds, oils, whole grains, legumes, and beans.

It doesn’t necessarily mean that you are vegetarian or vegan and shouldn’t eat meat or dairy. Rather, you are proportionately choosing more of your foods from plant sources.

There are several ways to get you started into following this diet, for instance you can start by changing the amount of meat you consume, you can start cooking a vegetarian meal every once in a while, and substitute chocolate with fruits for desserts.

There are countless ways -ones you can google-, but they won’t be as helpful as hearing it from someone as influential as Bassem Youssef! 

It is fair to say that our eating habits are disastrous, and we are nowadays more likely to consume genetically modified foods, and meals that are high in fats. So having such an influential show, can help you get started on leading that healthy lifestyle that you seek.


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