The human mind thinks about a squillion thoughts every day. These thoughts can be positive or negative. And who doesn’t have any negative thoughts even the ones that seem positive.
I think it is ok to have negative thoughts in mind for one or two days then I try not to believe these thoughts. While it’s true that things may not have gone the way I always wanted them to, letting negative thinking obliterate your self-confidence won’t help you get back on track.
There’s nothing wrong with choosing to have a positive thought in order to survive. If you can’t get any positive thoughts, then therapy can be a safe place to explore your self talk, internal critic and to consciously rework them into empowering messages.
It is normal to experience ups and downs in our daily lives and negative events that come along can send us spiraling into a bad mood, but learning how to recognize those times when we are starting to feel down can change our feelings to something more positive.
Spread Your Wings, Time To Fly. Make The Leap & Own The Sky!
Remember to surround yourself with things that make you smile or laugh. Stop over-analyzing the situation and focus on your feelings.
I still insist on keeping my goals and dreams in front of me.To make a list of all of the positive things in my life. Being grateful to where I’m now, proud of myself to pass all the obstacles and challenges through my life.
I wished to be the perfect daughter or the perfect girlfriend but I’m not perfect. I’m no baby though and I don’t need anyone to be proud of me. I will follow my dreams no matter how far I will have to go.
Today I decided to smile overcoming negative thinking and to ignore the voice inside my head telling me that I’m not good enough or not worthy of love.
Today I’m also going to gym with my friend for some happy hormones, then catching up over dinner. And tomorrow is another day! XOXO
“Imperfection is beauty, madness is genius and it’s better to be absolutely ridiculous than absolutely boring.” – Marilyn Monroe
I’m honest to myself, and to you, I have to admit that there’s a difference between being in my early 20s and pretty much what comes after.
I’m more comfortable being myself, I don’t care much to piss someone off at some point and express my personal opinion freely, because simply donI know more by now that I can’t make everyone like me.
When I was little I would sit by myself looking up at the sky in the night and talking to the moon.
Today it is no secret that I’m being comfortable with bottling up my thoughts and expressing my without care.
I understand that it’s scary to put ourselves out there to have people judge us. But today I know who I’m and what you stand for, I feel more comfortable in my own skin and don’t care much what others think of me.
In the end, won’t people judge you anyway?! Lolllllll
Nighty Night. XOXO
It might sound like a CLICHÉ but your comfort zone is a place where you keep yourself in a self-illusion and nothing can grow there. On the other side if you dream big, work hard on those dreams then your potentiality can grow out of that zone.
Unfortunately many internal and external forces conspire to make us think small. We are raised to be afraid of failure or the social disapproval.
Why limit yourself?
Thinking big is all about attitude. Believe that you can do it and you will be able to do it.
Thinking small leads to living small; thinking big leads to living big. The more you expect out of life, the more you will actually get from life.
So visualize all the steps needed to complete your dreams and start working on them 🙂