What can I say about lows… 🤔
Those lows can be sneaky little devils… might not even know you’re going through it, until you discover you don’t like your own behavior.
Luckily, it’s an easy fix.
Ok, it’s not easy. It’s a real pain in the a**!
1. Let yourself be sad. You’re allowed to be sad. Sadness is a wonderful emotion that helps guide us through change.
2. Take responsibility for your part. We make mistakes. We are imperfect, but we learn and we improve.
Forgive yourself while you’re at it.
3. Get back on track with you. Reconnect with your core morals and values.
4. Next, you might need to set some boundaries so you can stay true to your morals and values.
5. You’ve given yourself the needed time.. Now, get up and move that body. Do some things that make you happy.
Don’t try to spend time with somebody who doesn’t WANT to spend time with you.
Spend your time with people who can’t wait to spend time with you.
Your life will be much more enjoyable! 😀
Take your power back from anybody who has mistreated you by becoming better, stronger, happier than them.
Give others the benefit of the doubt.
Putting ourselves in other people’s shoes, and giving them the benefit of the doubt, can have a very positive outcome.
…Not the greatest idea to believe everybody always, especially people who have broken our trust repeatedly, but most people deserve a chance…
And, it feels good! 🙂
Don’t dwell on mistakes–learn from them and move on.
Be proactive, not reactive.
Christy, Touchable Love, spent much of her life reacting and running from her problems instead of facing them. Loneliness and depression took over until she was able to turn her life around.
“Touchable Love is an important book for women. Not only does it confront important social issues, but also it inspires women to live with dignity, honesty and passion.” J. Smithson
This Week’s Challenge:
Be there for the people (or pets) you love–Make sure they know you have their back. #WeeklyChallenge #MondayMotivation
Today’s Challenge: Remember that #happiness is a #choice.
Today’s Challenge: Feel your feelings, but don’t put exaggerated labels on yourself.
Sometimes we’re scared… that doesn’t mean we have Anxiety Disorder.
Sometimes we’re sad… that doesn’t mean we have Depression.
Sometimes we are excited and can’t concentrate… that doesn’t mean we have ADHD.
Sometimes we cry… that doesn’t mean we have Post Tramatic Stress Disorder.
In Returning Injury, Rebecca has a stalker… just imagine the mind games she goes through to find her strength and her truth…
Today’s Challenge: Keep your self-dialogue positive.