Updated: Oct 19, 2020
Now Is The Time For You To Know The Truth About Not Giving A Fuck, You Just Need A Good Teacher.
In our life, we all go through some bad shit daily and at the end of the day, we all regret if I haven't given unnecessary fucks to that particular SOMEONE, Then it would have ended well. So without wasting your time, i would like to mark out the 7 facts which i learned from MARK MANSON'S: A SUBTLE ART OF NOT GIVING A FUCK.
The key to a good life is not giving a fuck about more, it's giving a fuck about less, Giving a fuck about only what is true and immediate and important.
Ever noticed that sometimes when you care less about something, you do better at it.
The deeper the pain, the more helpless we feel against our problems, and the more entitlement we adopt to compensate for those problems.
Fact 4: In a nutshell, "Self Improvement" is all about: Prioritizing better values, choosing better things to give a fuck about. Because when you give better Fucks, you get better problems and when you get better problems, you get a better life.
My ex leaving me, while one of the most painful experiences i have ever had, was also one of the most important and influential experiences of my life. I credit it with inspiring a significant amount of personal growth. I learned more from that single problem that dozens of my success combined.
Here's something that's weird but true: we don't actually know what a positive or negative experience is. Some of the most difficult and stressful moments of our lives also end up being the most formative and motivating. Some of the best and most gratifying experiences of our lives are also the most distracting and demotivating, Don't trust your conception of positive and negative experiences. All that we know for certain is what hurts in the moment and what doesn't. And that's not worth much.
Improvement at anything is based on thousands of tiny failures, and the magnitude of your success is based on how many times you've failed at something.
Without conflict, there can be no trust. Conflict exists to show us who is there for us unconditionally and who is just there for the benefits. No-one trusts a yes man. The pain in our relationship is necessary to cement our trust in each other and produce greater intimacy.