People don’t realize it, but the brain can get addicted to feelings too. Bad or good.
That’s why we call it giving, not loaning.
It’s not all about being nicey-nicey; boundaries and rules have to be adhered to as well.
It’s so much easier to point out where everything is wrong in the world than to point out where we are going wrong ourselves.
We see whatever the mind has learned and allowed us to see; and like I say, that can be one person’s abundant life of joy, and another person’s lifelong prison sentence.
Each and every time I think I have the idea of love nailed down someone comes along and blows my ideas out of the water.
This is something my wife will say to me a lot.
Depression is insidious.
If you’ve ever wondered in the past what you would be good at, then chances are you’ve been mystified by some of the leaders in the area you’ve researched, and by how they do it. They seem really good at it, and well, too often your mind slips to the fact that you’ll never BE…
How can you understand yourself better if you’re not honest with yourself in the first place? Deconstructing those patterns is usually the path to a more forward-thinking and abundant life.
Healing from past wounds has quite a lot of terrible realizations attached to it.
Society tells me that I need to be, feel and act one way, but I feel entirely differently.
Having that special someone to back you up and feel safe is really important.
It’s no longer all about me.
Life can feel very paper-thin when you have a lot of “friends” but no-one you can really open up to.
The best way to stay in a loving, happy, relationship is to not get too comfortable. Self-deception may be comforting, but it could mean disaster in the long run.