Have you ever reached a stage where you felt like nothing was changing despite all your efforts to improve the quality of your life? If you have, you are definitely not alone.
If you haven’t seen the memo, let me tell you that all the evidence points to the fact that staying positive is better for your health. Why? Well, you can cope better with stress, it’s better for relationships and you keep from judging people and getting the bad habit of gossiping.
On December 8th we said goodbye to our greyhound. His stroke came out of the blue and within three hours the vet had put him to sleep, leaving us in a state of shock. Our home has simultaneously become empty, yet full of great memories.
I’ve always had a voice inside my head telling me I’m not good enough. My inner b***h, as I refer to her, has been responsible for deep lows and bouts of absolute soul crushing despair.
I just recently accepted the fact that I am an introvert, and with it, a new perspective. Since I began to understand who I was and moving on with it, I can see points in my life when accepting it much sooner would have been more beneficial. I could have saved myself a lot of trouble but realized we need to learn things our way.
Do you experience the lack of faith in yourself from time to time? Do you doubt the wisdom of your choices and decisions? Do you ever suffer the loss of hope, the belief that you made a good impression on an interview for a job, or on a date?