Our thoughts are like keys. With the wrong thoughts, we're bound to limit ourselves from gaining access behind certain doors. *
With the right ones, it becomes possible to access doors that become available to us. *
So, which set of thoughts are governing you? Are your thoughts limiting your forward progression, or are they helping you move ahead consistently? *
If you find that your thoughts are keeping you stagnant, realize that it's time to make changes because we shouldn't repeat the same fruitless beliefs while also expecting fruitful results. *
Before you go, remember the power of your thoughts, share a comment below that may inspire someone else to move forward, and don't forget to tag someone who may need this reminder.
OBSERVATIONS VOL. 1
Using "everyone "and "no one" loosely here. But if you want something... You want "change" or "more" or "better"...it's not going to fall on your lap. It's not going to happen by accident. And it's not going to happen tomorrow . Especially if you aren't doing something about it TODAY. Stop waiting for permission... Or waisting your breath and energy (and that of people around you) on complaining. You want improvement? Get. To. Work.
The secret is: there is no secret. #grind
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Re-victimization is unfortunately very common among survivors of abuse. When the abuser was a trusted caregiver in their childhood, often times, survivors will try to subconsciously resolve any unresolved issues from their childhood through their relationships with people as adults.
This means survivors have a tendency to build interpersonal relationships with toxic people. It may feel like bad things keep happening TO you relationship after relationship but the reality is that you are not powerless and you need to take control.
Learning self awareness is a great way of breaking the cycle of re-victimizing yourself and getting away from that victim mentality. Setting healthy boundaries is a great way to avoid relationships with toxic people.
A simple rule to implement: Stop giving people the benefit of the doubt. Trust is earned. Don’t give it to people who haven’t earned it.
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We normally get into disagreement or arguements because we have opposite sides of thoughts or oppinions on a certain thing.
Even if we know we are right, they would never admit it. Even if we use common sense or facts. The other person won't admit it.
So stay Classy. Stay cool and just agree with them. People often seek to be agreed or acceptance. Saying "you're right" will end that conversation and avoid having arguements.
Its hard. We humans want to defend our oppinion s and thoughts so badly but this only causes seperation. So be kind and learn to agree to disagree. 😉
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. That does not mean you have a right to spread hate and negativity. Remember there are people behind these pictures. Feelings behind the posts. REAL human beings. This space is a hate free zone.
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