Positive Living

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself in any direction you choose. Oh the places you’ll go! – Dr. Suess

Working on changing and improving myself in ways that only I can which is the only way I can change. I am the only one who can make that choice and be in control of whether I do or not. And I choose to change because I know there’s are some areas that are visible to me that I believe I can work on to improve and become stronger as an individual person and independent woman that I am!

Inner change only comes from within. It’s the responsibility we have to make the necessary changes within ourselves by our own self. Not by others demanding and forcing us like robots or puppets to do what yet want us to do just because they don’t seem to and struggle to trust us that we can do that on our own.

We all want to be remembered but we all don’t get remembered by every single person in society.

I used to think the worth thing in life was to end up all alone, it’s not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people that make you feel all alone. – Robin Williams

All it takes is one small positive thought can can change your whole day or even your whole life!

Optimistic versus pessimistic

At first I thought that when it comes to optimism, you had to be optimistic all the time to label/call yourself an optimist. But it turns out I found that that you can be an optimist by being both optimistic and pessimistic throughout the process and yet throughout your life.

Cool fact huh?

Working on changing and improving myself in ways that only I can which is the only way I can change. I am the only one who can make that choice and be in control of whether I do or not. And I choose to change because I know there’s are some areas that are visible to me that I believe I can work on to improve and become stronger as an individual person and independent woman that I am!

Change is not an easy thing to do but I know with all the progress, achievements and success I’ve had in over 2 years for my mental health recovery with depression, has been so far a long journey that has been all so worthwhile. For me, I’ve learned so much that I can benefit and use for future events and moments in my future and for the rest of my life. I truly believe that all practices that I’ve been practicing in this length, has the potential and power to impact our lives greatly in ways that can blow our minds mentally with how they can solve and make our lives easier enough in all areas of life.

And for me, I’ve accomplished a lot, I gotta say there’s more than 10 items on that list and when I do come to find myself making that list, I’ll make a post about it and also include that list as well to also share my experiences and what I have learned and gained from them all.

Very little is needed to make a happy life; it is all within yourself, in your way of thinking. – Marcus Aurelius

Inner change only comes from within. It’s the responsibility we have to make the necessary changes within ourselves by our own self. Not by others demanding and forcing us like robots or puppets to do what they want us to do just because they don’t seem to and struggle to trust us that we can do that on our own.

It may not be easy but again, it is more worthwhile than you currently know in this very moment. And yes it’s a lot to take in but give yourself time if that’s what you need. Then when you’re ready, start on your journey. If you don’t know where to start: think of a situation where you struggle or suffer with, and maybe search online what others do to fix/solve their issues like the ones you want to work and improve on. And continue on from there. If you don’t know what you should work on next, try not to overthink about it. Just go with the flow, look for inspiration, its all around you and see what nature gives you!

Trust me, I know this because I did it and with all the choices and decisions I’ve made, I’m stronger and wiser for them. And I wouldn’t change the way I did it because of what they taught me and for being stronger and wiser mentally. Oh and one last thing to cover for today, is that recovery and this long journey, never ends.

Recovery does not take a day off.

Be who you want to be, not who society and the rest of the world wants you to be: screw them and do whatever makes you happy and be whoever you want to be!

It’s not the load that breaks you down, it’s the way you carry it. – Lena Horne
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