Past Not Caring Anymore

If you focus on what other people think, then you won’t have time to focus on yourself.

Lose of identity, Shattered self image

When it comes to being confident, you must feel confident not only in your own skin but also being at peace with yourself on the inside out as well as showing that confidence on the outside to help you achieve anything you set your mind to.

Anything is possible once you reach that point in recovery with many other accomplished stages, as long as you believe in yourself. If you can believe in yourself, you are half way there. Next is getting started on achieving all that you want. But of course, there’s that barrier or in other words stigma or some other label that prevents us from this next step. As for it prevents us because we fear, worry or overthink what others will think about us and how they will view us if we do work on the goals and things we want to achieve in our life.

But once you have achieved enough self confidence, self belief and inner peace, you won’t find it as challenging as much as you may even think or believe yourself to do what you want to do with your life, be who you wanna be and just not care. Achieve the life you want, after all it’s your life! Live it, own it, embrace it, create it, make it a reality!

When it comes to being sure of something or anything that happens or you get to make the choice or decision to make, make sure it makes you happy and is something you would do or something you would say rather than choosing to follow the words of someone else. Be your own self. Be your own person.

Never settle to be someone else just to impress someone, plus everyone else is already taken. So you should choose to be who you are and all that you ever want to be. And know that its never too late to be who you might have been. No matter what you have been through whether its with mental illness or addiction to any traumatic moments in your life that have changed you so much, you believe it will be a long time to fully become the person you want to be.

It won’t be easy but it will be worth it. So ask yourself how badly you want to reach that point in recovery with your life before making any serious or final decisions. When you think about those rewards you will get from achieving what you want, is what you should think about. And if so, you should know it’s right for yo and what you should believe is best for you overall. That’s all!

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