The fear of failure, self-doubt, unsolicited advice of others, along with indecision often gives way to making poor decisions or not taking any risks whatsoever. The uneasy feelings of insecurity and anxiety may come to the surface and in turn it’s hard to see clearly. But when making a decision — no matter how big or small it may be, there are some important factors that help one determine what direction to go in.
Going on the premise that perhaps “everything is already written” through a faith based perspective, there is really no reason to hit our heads against the wall while trying to figure out this puzzle called life.
“Don’t worry about what has happened in the past. Let it go. Live in the present guided by instincts and feelings. Our minds may change with age, maturity, and life itself but our hearts don’t — they only expand with emotion.”
A relationship a daughter has with her father (or lack there of) is one of the most influential interpersonal connections that shapes her experience within the world in which she lives and specifically towards how she realizes her self-worth and value.
Being married for someone can be one of life’s greatest blessings whereas another may believe it to be a prison sentence.
We live each day as if for certain there is a tomorrow or perhaps “x” amount years in front of us.
We are often afraid of change and are clouded with the fear of “what if” and “what will become.”
Wouldn’t it be liberating to authentically share thoughts of the mind and feelings of the heart without the fear of being judged, criticized, or rejected by others?
Why must we believe or think that we’re stuck in a rut when truly we aren’t?
Many times we’re presented with a multitude of opportunities, choices, and experiences in which we’re called upon to make decisions that certainly cause various types of impact within our lives.