Original Pinner wrote; This is a hard lesson to learn. If you can learn it then your ahead of the game. I actually think that people who are more sensitive and caring feel more quilt and anxiety than others. People that wear their heart on their sleeve.
On the blog today: ✨Confronting the unpleasant feeling that the work I am doing isn't "enough", isn't helping anyone or anything, and how I transformed that negative voice filled with guilt and fear into something positive, learning some really useful things along the way. Link in my bio. A very heartfelt and meaningful post about self-discovery and finding purpose during this time... #handlettering #staypositive #fear #guilt #positivity…
"You cannot convince people to love you. This is an absolute rule. No one will ever give you love because you want him or her to give it. Real love moves freely in both directions. Dont waste your time on anything else." Cheryl Strayed
As long as others dictate your life you will always be at the bottom. Break free from others "advice". Am I the only person left in the world who does not give a **** about what others say and think about me? Yes I do care about what actions they take but they can think and say whatever they please.
Very often, the way love is defined, it does violence to both people. It almost makes them a slave to the other. For example, if to be in love, or to be married, it means that I'm responsible for the other person's happiness, now we get into this guilt game, where if they're upset, I'm at fault. Soon, that makes the person we are closest to about as much fun to be around as a prolonged dental appointment.