An article written by
Murk Qazi:

At the point when a man twitters, “Cheerful Friday,” how would you feel? Numerous individuals think somewhat to a lesser degree a man who says this. Without a doubt, there are numerous platitudes that hazard bringing down somebody’s validity.

With majors in Psychology, Murk Qazi has BS Social Sciences degree to her credit, conferred by Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology. She has developed numerous research studies in the domain of Psychology and otherwise. being a believer of meaningfulness, she is determined to make her career, and life in general, as much productive as her potentials would allow. Other interests include reading, art, literature, aesthetics, and food.Readmore…

Editor: Sahrish sarfraz

Reconsider before giving any of these slips a chance to get out of your mouth:

1. ” He who dies with the most toys wins.”

This is shallow meaning of the life lived at best. Life has much more to it than just accumulating materialistic things. Summation of your possessions is not the biggest achievement of your life. What about the meaningful parts? What about helping others and building a character.

2. ” Everything happens for a reason.”

Saying this suggests you trust a higher power controls everything, except even very religious individuals trust we have some control over the end result for us. This might increase submissiveness in people and make them accept everything be t god or bad. Search for the better things in life is what keeps us motivated and this statement might not allow you to have a growth mindset.

3. ” It’s hump day!”

Saying this infers by Wednesday, you’re as of now so despondent or unsuccessful at work that you’re prepared for the end of the week. Again there is hint or demotivate. If you think about it, you are actually preparing yourself by using your own words to accept the worst endings for things that you want to work out better.

4. “We’re BFFs!”

Forever is a horrendously prolonged stretch of time. “We’ll be BFFs” disregards that things change after some time. You may meet somebody who turns into a much nearer companion, or have a battle that reduces or even closures your relationship. I know two individuals who thought of each as different BFFs yet one day, one called the other a supremacist. They’re still companions yet that surely separated their relationship. This also insights feelings of unrealistic hopefulness. And in many situations in life, its going to work more against you than in favor.