Have you felt worry or confusion about your current circumstances?
I can say as someone who battles MS, I remind myself that things will getter better even when I feel that I’m not ok. We are warriors not victims and don’t let anyone tell you different. When I hear the word victim, I think of pitty and the attitude of “why me?”. Reality is that if something doesn’t happen to us, it’s a possibility that it could happen to a loved one.
To feel good is to start from within. Try to have a positive attitude, do things that make you happy and surround yourself with others who make life more enjoyable. Do not claim defeat and do not give up on yourself. You are stronger than you think!
Hello to the start of the weekend!
The weather is suppose to be beautiful and that automatically puts me in good spirits.
What makes you feel good? Whatever that may be, I suggest incorporating it in your life daily. When we feel good, we tend to gravitate towards positive energy. When we deal with stress and aggravation, all it does is make us sick, gain weight and it puts us in a sour mood.
So, light a candle, listen to your favorite music, take a walk, travel etc… Whatever it takes, we need it.
You been in a relationship with someone who you thought was your world, you believed you would grow old together but then “something” went wrong. What do you do? Time to throw in the towel?
To some, breaking up can be a “no-brainer”. It’s quite simple, if you aren’t happy then leave or if they broke your trust then all bets are off. However, for others it is Not that simple. People think about the length of time invested in the relationship, status ( example married), children etc.. So their answer to split isn’t just cut and paste.
If you are confused on rather you should stay or go, consider these tips:
- Do a list of the pros and cons in staying in the relationship.
- Communicate and be honest.
- Let your pride go so that you can make rational decision.
My word is not the Way but it could possibly be a good way to figure out the decision you need to make.
Many say this phrase often. We want more or we think things are better than what we have.
I’ve come to a point in life where I see that the grass is greener where it’s being well taken care of. Give it the seeds, water it and ask God for sunshine, you will have it.
You want what the next person has? Their grass “looks” so green? What if you found out that it’s spray? Or that it’s not even real grass?
Be happy with what you have, nourish your craft, relationship, most importantly, YOURSELF! Things will be great!
With all the craziness happening in the world, I Feel good because of my blessings.
I’m blessed because when I awake, I have the ability to see. I wake in the right state of mind and I’m able use my arms and legs appropriately. I have a wonderful husband, a smart 6 month old son, family and friends who love me dearly. God is truly amazing and words can’t express that enough.
What are you thankful for or what makes you feel good?
This is a thought that runs through my mind everyday. I feel people have harshness in their hearts and it’s nothing new. It’s so easy to be “bad” and have excuses for it. However, to do “the right thing” is a virtue.
What have you done as a positive act of humility? Big or small, it doesn’t matter. Every act counts. I believe, if we become more selfless, view one another as another human being we can see that we aren’t that different from each other.
My thoughts, my dreamworld.
Have you ever had point in life where you feel like you are on cloud 9? Your’e smiling from ear to eat so much that your cheeks hurt? Then suddenly someone comes and try to burst your bubble? Question is… Do you allow them to?
One thing that is very important is for us to keep our composure and continue to feel happy regardless of what anyone says or thinks.
People will constantly try to rain on your parade but instead of getting frustrated, just continue to dance and sing. No one can shut down your Own happiness but You.
Remember take the wheel of your emotional well-being and continue on with your journey of life. It’s short so there is no time to waste.
Nikki Rob., MA