You deserve loving relationships

Wednesday, September 28, 2022

You’re better off without some relationships

You’re better off without some relationships


When it comes to relationships, we all want the same thing: healthy, happy, positive relationships that make us feel good. Unfortunately, not everyone is lucky enough to find those types of friendships and romantic relationships. The truth is that some people are toxic for us, and it's better for them not be in our lives. In fact, when you look back on bad situations with toxic people from your past (or present), there will always be one constant: someone who brings out the best in you deserves to be in your life.

Sometimes you have to accept the fact that certain things will never go back to how they used to be.

Sometimes, you have to accept that some things will never go back to how they used to be. The important thing is recognizing when a relationship has become one-sided and moving on before you get hurt.

The wrong people will discover the good person you are and take advantage of you.

It's important to remember that these toxic people are not your friends, and the fact that they're taking advantage of you makes them bad for your health. You should not feel guilty about discarding them from your life.

Take, for example, the guy who calls all the time just to talk about himself and his problems without listening to what you have to say: he's simply using you as a sounding board. Or maybe there's someone in your life who constantly borrows money from you without paying it back—they're using their friendship with you as an excuse to take advantage of someone they can trust (and probably don't even like).

If any of these scenarios sound familiar (and if not, well done!), then know this: cutting those people out of our lives won't make us cold-hearted monsters; it'll just mean we've eliminated anyone who could potentially bring us down. That's worth doing!

Everyone is better off without negative relationships.

The benefits of positive relationships cannot be overstated. They boost your mood, help you sleep better and even reduce the risk of heart disease. As we all know, a positive attitude is contagious.

The benefits of having good friends are so great that they can change your life in many ways:

  • You're more likely to live longer if you have close friends with whom you share activities like exercise and eating out at restaurants together.

  • Having a strong social network makes you less likely to suffer from depression.

  • People who are socially isolated are more likely to develop Alzheimer's later in life.

It's important not only in business but also just as much in personal relationships that people who have negative attitudes should take time off from their lives because these types of people will only bring down everyone else around them with their negativity when instead we should be building each other up so that everyone has an opportunity for success!

Accept that some people aren’t meant to be in your life forever.

Some people will be in your life, but they may not be meant to stay forever. Some friendships and relationships have a beginning and an end, and you should accept that this is the way it is. Don’t try to force something that wasn’t meant to happen in the first place.

You shouldn’t feel guilty discarding toxic friendships.

You shouldn’t feel guilty discarding toxic friendships.

  • When you are struggling with difficult people in your life, it can be tempting to try to keep the relationship going for as long as possible. Sometimes, this is because we are afraid of what will happen if we do let them go or get rid of them completely. We worry about how they might react, what they might say about us and what might happen if we don’t have them around anymore. However, it’s important to remember that sometimes there are some relationships that really aren’t worth saving. In fact, there may even be times when it makes sense to cut these people out entirely even though they mean well—and sometimes even because they mean well!

It’s better to move on sooner rather than later.

It’s better to move on sooner rather than later.

This is because waiting for someone else can be exhausting and frustrating. Sometimes we think we are waiting for them because they need time, but really we are just feeling too uncomfortable with ourselves to take the first step forward. It may also mean that you’ve been trying too hard to win over someone who isn’t willing or able to invest in a relationship with you (or vice versa).

When it comes down to it, there is only one person who can make a decision about whether or not this relationship is worth pursuing: you! If your gut instinct tells you that the relationship isn't working for you anymore, trust yourself enough not to wait endlessly for signs from other people about how long they should take before leaving themselves—because nothing ever changes by itself anyway!

Don't hesitate to cut the toxic people out of your life, no matter how hard it may seem at first.

As a general rule, it's best to not share your personal business with anyone who makes you feel small or worthless. If someone is willing to judge you for things that don't matter, they probably won't hesitate to do other things that are just as harmful. Don't let yourself be manipulated or taken advantage of by toxic relationships—it's better to end them now than spend years trying (and failing) to change their behavior.

A good way of thinking about this is: "What kind of people would I like my kids not to become?" If the answer isn't "The kind who treat others like crap," then consider why you're tolerating it yourself and make the necessary changes!

It’s about being aware of your own feelings and how people in your life make you feel.

The key to knowing if a relationship is right for you is being aware of your own feelings. You have to be able to recognize when something isn’t working and be honest with yourself about it. You also need to be willing to communicate these feelings with the other person, even if they don't want to hear them or don't understand where you're coming from.

If someone's behavior is making it hard for you feel good about yourself, then there's no point in staying in that relationship—you have so much more potential than that!

If someone is always criticizing you and putting you down in some way, it’s not a healthy relationship for you.

Criticism can be constructive, but it should always be given with love. Criticism should never be used as a weapon against another person. If you are criticized in front of others and/or harshly, there is something wrong with the relationship you have with this person.

You may need to walk away from that relationship if it does not change for the better as soon as possible; otherwise, your self-esteem will continue to suffer.

If it doesn’t work out and moving on feels right for both of you, then let it go and move on with grace.

If things don't work out and moving on feels right for both of you, then let it go and move on with grace. Don't feel bad about letting go; don't be afraid to move on; don't hold onto something that is not working. If a relationship just isn't working out, let it go without guilt or remorse. It's good to remember that even though getting over a break-up can be hard, sometimes it's the best thing you can do for yourself and the other person involved.

You deserve loving relationships - end anything that does not fit that description

You deserve to be in loving and supportive relationships. The best relationships are those that you can trust, rely on, and feel completely yourself around. If you are not getting these things from your relationship with someone, it’s time to end it.


The bottom line is that being in some relationships isn’t worth it. If you have to weigh whether or not the relationship is worth your time, it probably isn’t. The best thing you can do for yourself is to eliminate these toxic people from your life so that you can focus on doing what makes you happy and finding new friends who will lift you up instead of bring you down.


Things To Remember On The Road To A Happy Life.

Saturday, September 10, 2022

On The Road To A Happy Life.

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The road to happiness will cause you to outgrow many people and things along the way and that's ok.

 The road to happiness will cause you to outgrow many people and things along the way and that's ok.

Recycle all that pain and turn it into positivity.

Recycle all that pain and turn it into positivity. 

Moving on can be a powerful gift on the road to happiness.

 Moving on can be a powerful gift on the road to happiness.

 It doesn't matter if they see your worth, do you see your worth? That is the question you need to ask yourself. 

Things To Remember On The Road To A Happy Life. 

People in life who seem to get angrier the happier you become are the worst. Remove them from your life before its too late.  

2020 vibe.

Protect your light. 

Things To Remember On The Road To A Happy Life.
Stop fighting for the wrong things!

On The Road To A Happy Life.

The journey will take all that you have!

Things To Remember On The Road To A Happy Life.

That first test is always no joke!

working on your mental health

Tuesday, September 6, 2022

the importance of mental health



the importance of mental health


When you're working on your mental health, it's tempting to compare yourself to other people and their achievements. But that's not fair on anybody. The truth is that everybody's journey through life is different, so it makes sense for everyone to take a different path when it comes to mental health treatment—and that includes you.

you're allowed to take a break.

In a world where we are constantly told to be productive and to keep going, it can be easy to forget that taking breaks are important too. If you spend all your time trying to achieve everything on your list, you'll never get anything done! Sometimes it's better to just sit back and relax.

In fact, if you don't take enough breaks in life (assuming they're not detrimental or destructive), then you might end up feeling resentful towards the things that once used to bring you joy. This is because when we're constantly striving for something bigger than ourselves, our lives become about getting there rather than living here.

And even if what we're doing isn't making us happy or healthy—or even successful—it might not matter so long as we keep moving forward with our plans regardless of what happens along the way!

take your time.

Taking care of your mental health is important, but it can feel overwhelming to try to make big changes at once.

Try starting with small steps that are manageable and build up over time. You may want to focus on one thing at a time or several things at once, depending on how you're feeling. You'll probably find that as you make progress, you'll be able to tackle other things as well!

Some ideas include:

  • Taking some time each day just for yourself (for example, reading a book).

  • Doing something creative (like painting or drawing).

  • Practicing mindfulness through yoga or meditation

you're doing the best you can, and that's enough.

It’s true: You’re not perfect. No one is. But that doesn't mean you should beat yourself up for not being able to do everything you want to do, all the time, flawlessly. The fact of the matter is that you might never be able to do everything you want to in your life — but that's okay! Because perfection isn't what we're chasing after anyway; it's happiness and peace and mental well being that we should be striving for instead.

So stop comparing yourself with other people and their seemingly perfect lives (because even if they look like they have it easy from where you are now, chances are there are some things about them and their lives that aren't so great), and start accepting your own limitations instead. You're doing the best that anyone can ask for under the circumstances — including yourself!

don't feel guilty for being human.

One of the most pervasive and destructive messages that we hear from our culture is that we are not allowed to be human. We are told that if we feel tired, sad, or angry, then we need to buck up and just keep going. We're supposed to be perfect at all times. After all, robots don't get tired or sad! Robots never take a break! So why should you?

It's time for this thinking to stop. You're allowed as much time off as you need—and even more than that! Do nothing for hours on end if it feels good; eat junk food in bulk when the mood strikes (after all: nothing says "I'm human" quite like an Oreo cookie). You deserve it!

be patient with yourself.

The key here is to remember that you are human. You have done the best you could with the information and resources available to you. And while it may seem like you made all of these mistakes on your own, in reality there was only so much that you could do.

When we are trying new things, we often forget that everyone makes mistakes along the way—even people who are experts at what they do. It's okay! You will get through this difficult time in your life and move on from it stronger than ever before.

Although a large part of recovery from mental illness involves taking actions to improve yourself and your life, there is also an important emotional component as well—and this emotional aspect is sometimes harder for people with mental health issues because many sufferers feel as though they aren't able to trust themselves due their condition.

don't compare your beginning to anybody's else's.

Don't compare your beginning to anybody else's middle.

Don't compare your middle to anybody else's end.

Don't compare your end to anybody else's beginning.

change takes time.

Change is a process. It doesn't happen overnight, and it doesn't happen to anyone but you. You may feel like things are changing for the better on a daily basis, and that's great! But don't expect them to change overnight or even at all.

Don't compare yourself to other people either. You can be your own worst enemy if you start comparing yourself unfavorably with others: their successes, their failures, their accomplishments and so on. Then again, if you're comparing yourself favorably...well then maybe it's time for some self-reflection!

The point here is that we are all unique individuals working through our own struggles in life; this process takes time and patience."

your mental health matters too.

Your mental health will always be just as important as your physical health. You can’t be healthy without being mentally healthy, so why would you put anything else above it? Your mental health plays an integral role in every aspect of your life:

Being happy: If you don’t have a positive outlook on life, it will be very difficult to make progress or achieve success. Don’t let negative thoughts keep you from reaching your goals!

Productivity: When we are feeling down, we are less likely to accomplish what needs to get done during the day. This can lead us down a slippery slope of procrastination and general laziness that makes everything harder for everyone involved.

The power of positivity: Positivity is contagious! People want to be around people who make them feel good about themselves—and there's no reason not to be the one spreading happiness around yourself!


We live in a world where people are constantly telling us to be happy. We're told that we should always be smiling, and that happiness is the most important thing in life. It's easy to get caught up in this idea that being miserable isn't good enough for us anymore - but the truth is, our mental health matters too. This post was written for those who need help getting started on their journey towards better mental health. Hopefully these tips will help make things easier for you along the way!