Now let me make something clear: this is not pride. This is confidence.
Give yourself space to feel what you’re feeling.
I began my journey of self-care by talking to myself.
This is how you truly attract the right person in life.
Don’t accept bad behavior.
Just pick a place, and start.
This is the numbness you feel right after a breakup. It’s the frozen terror you feel when you receive bad news. It’s the shock that hasn’t worn off a tragedy. The liminal space is the unprocessed aftermath of trauma. It is emotional limbo. It demands some sort of movement, yet to move forward feels achingly wrong. To be in this sort of transitional space can potentially be transformative, if you know how to make use of your journey before you step over the threshold.
I’m thankful for all of the challenges in my past (and there were quite a few) that have led me along the rocky path to where I am today.
Do unto others only as much as you can do without expecting anything in return. Relationships are not business deals and nobody has signed a document confirming that they will pay you back for everything you do for them.
Find reasons to smile. Even if you don’t feel it, practice smiling. The position of the lips and muscles will send your brain a “happy message” and you will feel an instant lift.