Over the past few years, Brianna Wiest has gained renown for her deeply moving, philosophical writing.
Thanks, self-help, for ruining my life.
I am going to give myself a break.
Try to bring new changes to your life to switch things up a little, even if they’re only small changes.
“Screaming it on paper was helping me embody it and define its shape. As an artist I know that I can reshape my mind’s creations. And that was step one.”
It’s important to remember that no matter what you’re allowed to have bad days. You’re allowed to have a break down and you’re allowed to cry. You just can’t unpack your bags and live in self-pity.
Toxic people take and take and take without ever thinking of giving. They are way too concerned with themselves and their own needs that they have zero interest in anything that benefits others because they’re too worried about themselves.
Trying new things, even if you end up looking dumb.
What makes overcoming our most deep-seated, most internal challenges so difficult is that each of us has got a little army living inside us that’s fueled on our fears and self-doubt.
negativity is like potato chips— I can’t just indulge in one negative thought and then cap it at that.