It’s a vicious cycle, one that rewards harmful words with external achievement. This is neither healthy nor fulfilling. It coerces you into believing your worth is directly correlated to how good you are at A or how many awards you won for B.
You are not alone. Your life, your success, your happiness, they all matter to someone.
Every weird thing you do before bed. From creating concoctions of coconut oil and lavender to put in your hair to prepping your weekly vitamins in color coordinated pill boxes, she’s literally seen it all.
Show up for the people you love. Show up for yourself.
You are fully aware that in many ways you embody every obsessed pet owner stereotype..and you’re honestly not mad about it.
When she reminds us that growth and strength are more than entirely possible.
When it comes to the daily intake we all experience from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and so on and so forth, it can be a lot for your brain to handle.
That whatever you’re grappling with in this moment is your permanent condition.
Assume without question, that the people you love will always be around.
Never forget, you matter. Your effort, your loyalty, your commitment. Be proud because those are the attributes that hold weight.