Friendships end and people grow apart, forgive yourself for that.
Seriously, if you had told me a year ago that I would be healthy and happy like I am today, I would’ve called you crazy. I would’ve slightly smiled and just shook my head sadly at you, not believing in my own happiness. Not believing in my own life. In my own talents.
Sure, your SO is there to support you and to help you with taking care of yourself in those ways, but what about when he/she isn’t there?
Your thoughts—especially repetitive thoughts—can rewire synapses in your brain to connect faster. What this means is that where before there was space between one negative thought and the next, now there is a decreased amount of space, or a bridge if you will.
You appear to be bold and strong, but most of the time, you feel extremely insecure about your own life.
If I could jump inside your head and slap your inner critic, I would in half a heartbeat.
There’s so much more outside of your comfort zone; new places, people, experiences, and a lot more. The world is a big place waiting for you to explore, so be excited!
Take a bunch of pictures of all your adventures. And actually print those pictures out and make a photo album.
I’ve started paying closer attention to the here and now, and I’ve become more comfortable living there.
Nothing is impossible.