26 One-Sentence Reminders For Every Person Who Wants To Feel Better Than They Do Right Now

26 One-Sentence Reminders For Every Person Who Wants To Feel Better Than They Do Right Now

1. You maybe did not conquer the world today, but you did get out of bed and sometimes that is more than enough.

2. You are not for everyone, and that is perfectly okay.

3. Likewise, not everyone is for you.

4. Love is not one thing, nor does it come from a single place.

5. Time does not heal wounds, the steps we take to mend them do.

6. It is okay to ask for help.

7. Being alone does not mean you are unwanted, it is simply a state of being.

8. Life is messy, unfair and unpredictable, but it is all we have.

9. Not everything happens for a reason, but you can learn something from all that has happened to you.

10. You are loved.

11. Even when you are feeling like the ugliest and meanest version of yourself, you still need to try and be kind; it is the only remedy.

12. When in doubt, take a walk.

13. You are beautiful to someone.

14. It takes strength to say goodbye to what is no longer good for you, even if you do so with shaking knees.

15. Just because someone else gave up on you doesn’t mean that you have to give up on you.

16. A supportive friend is a rarity, so treat them well.

17. A broken heart is merely a redirection.

18. Some people become our homes, some people are lessons and some are just jackasses; the art is figuring out who is who.

19. Hard work may not pay off for a long time, but it is always worth it.

20. You are the people you surround yourself with, so be wise in your choices.

21. No one truly knows what they are doing.

22. It does not matter if you are 18 or 36, you can call your parents if you need them.

23. If you need to be lifted up, smile at a stranger.

24. A heavy heart has a lot to give, so do not be afraid to share it.

25. You are not your past.

26. Be kind and patient with yourself because you’re doing the best you can. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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