You know what’s best for you, love.
Don’t get worked up over things you can’t change or people who just don’t wanna act right.
Let go of those who are already gone. Love is worth fighting for, but not if you’re the only one fighting. Never allow yourself to get lost while trying to hold on to someone who doesn’t care about losing you.
Decide you’re deserving of true commitment and complete love, real friendships with people who are healthy, thriving, and best for you.
You are worthy.
Do you agree with this?
I personally do, because each of is living our own lives and we have different perspectives on life.
While we might be asking the most of ourselves, we don't know what's going on in the lives of other people. The only thing we should is inspire other people 👌
I don’t know if this will help anyone, but it’s what I need to hear this week, and it’s what I often tell my patients who struggle with substance abuse:
Maybe you keep seeking out unhealthy relationships/ partners. Maybe you keep neglecting a healthy practice that you want to incorporate into your routine. Maybe you struggle with self-harm or an eating disorder or substance use or social anxiety. Maybe you keep procrastinating on things that are important to you. Maybe you feel like you can't stop people pleasing or disregarding your boundaries.
Whatever it is, these patterns and behaviors exist for a reason. They make SENSE in the context of your history and lived experience. They may even make sense in your current environment. And it isn't crazy or shameful that you're choosing these things or avoiding others. You aren't hopeless or a failure. You're human. And it makes sense.
You had no control over the situations and history that led you to start this pattern, but you do have control over your healing. And that can be scary.
But your transformation doesn't have to happen all at once. It doesn't have to look like other's people's journey. It's allowed to be your own. You're allowed to take your time. And you're allowed to make mistakes along the way. You don't have to be perfect. You just have to show up and try. One new thing, one day at a time.
Shaming and beating yourself up might feel like it will motivate you to choose differently, but you've been shaming yourself your whole life and it hasn't gotten you very far. You deserve compassion and kindness. You deserve leeway to be human. You deserve to know that the days when you're trying but struggling are just as brave and noteworthy as the days when you overcome your programming. You don’t have to be perfect. You just have to start. To show up. To try.
21 Sekundes vor
If we could only see the amazing things that God has in store for our future we would quit settling for the crumbs that we so often choose. I think many times we get scared and wonder if God is going to come through for us, and we think that when He does he is going to give us something that we don't like, or tell us to do something that we don't want to do. I have felt this way in my own life before, and what I have come to realize is that it is just not true!
The TRUTH of the matter is that He knows us better than anyone else because He is the one who created us. He knows the inner desires of your heart and He truly wants to give His children GOOD gifts that they will love! God has so many amazing things in store for you but you have to let go of your life and all the things you're holding on to in fear and trust Him! 💕
34 Sekundes vor
Knowing that I am part of a huge collective consciousness helps me to have more meaning in everything I do and makes me think twice before I ignore or dismiss anyone that happens to cross my path.
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Building a business, raising kiddos, traveling and taking over the world is A L O T 😩
These days I have to plan time to meditate and destress throughout the day otherwise it won't happen. I'm learning this is one of my "non-negotiables" to leading a more high- performance life and routine. Meaning I absolutely cannot go without it in my day OR my whole sh*t will be off.
What are some routines you use to help fight stress and anxiety from the day-to-day grind?? I'd love to know how you are using healthy practices in your day that I can add to my own. Let's take care of ourselves peeps!
Take what you need, pass it on, and leave what does not serve you on the table. You are loved. Find a way - to live your truth. You can do anything, but you can’t do everything. And, most importantly allow yourself the space to fail and the grace to grow. ❤️ #gratitude#loa#potential#instainspiration#growthmindset
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Someone needs to here this so I’ll just leave this here. Don’t pray for the breakthrough and then ask God to relieve the pressure.
You know that breakthrough that you asked for? He did it! Take the calls, take the drive, do all the meetings, lose sleep and know that God blessed us all with a blessing that we didn’t even have room to receive! So don’t complain, just grow! Learn to be joyful in the challenging times because when you cried to be there, you wanted it so bad! The lesson in all of this is, we must be more intentional with being grateful no matter
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So I interrupted Originals: How Non-Conformists Move The World because it was a suggested that Outliers was read first. This book starts really slowly but, builds to a crescendo. The main takeaway I got was that people tend to place more value on rugged individualism as being a key to success when in reality culture, timing and environment are most important followed by hard work. If you read this book be warned it starts really slowly but the second half of the book is one of the best reads I have ever engaged in. Now I can go back and finish Originals.#selfdevelopment #reading#outliers#malcolmgladwell#25booksin2019#growthmindset
Savoring and making the most of the moments we still get to spend together, while also appreciating the relational breaks we have every day. Putting these two in school hasn’t been all good or all bad. To be honest, it’s really shown me where homeschooling was under-developing them in some areas. They were doing so well academically that I didn’t think this experience would have much to offer them. When using the term ‘socialization’, I used to think people meant talking and befriending others. I’m now realizing they meant something so much more. It turns out that being around siblings 24/7 and sharing conflict with them is nothing like dealing with conflict and disappointment in the real world. I’m not advocating that every homeschooling parent should hang up their hat and call it quits, because what you’re doing is invaluable. What I am saying is that, in many ways, curating our kids environment isn’t what’s best for them. I would love to have veteran homeschooling moms share how they made sure their children’s social skills got developed. I’m excited to take away the good from this experience and find ways to apply it to our days when we are finally able to return back to educating the way we want to. For now, we just learn and grow through the difficulties that I knew this season would carry. I’m so thankful for my husband’s support and the way that we are continuing to face this as a family 🖤