It's really sad when you don't speak to someone anymore who once had a very positive impact on your life but that's now a negative thing as they're no longer there and there's nothing you can do about it. It's a really bittersweet thing to move on with life because you can't avoid it but the more I think about it the more sad it seems and I don't like it. I wish I could speak to people I don't see anymore one more time to tell them how much they meant to me
You have a busy life, juggling work, home, friendships, relationships, kids, and you're so used to being all things to all people you've forgotten who you really are anymore. Learning about yourself - what you need, want and like, what really makes you tick is the first vital step to increased happiness, reduced stress, contentment and clarity. After all, if you don't know what your needs are, how can they possible be met?
Ain't that the truth! I would have never guessed this is where I friendship would be...but sometimes things happen so you can see the true colors of people. I need and want people in my life who don't doubt me and who will come to me if there's a problem...not gossip about it to everyone else. That's how adults are supposed to act, that's what true friends do.
They say that behind every successful woman there is a tribe of other successful women who have her back. Esther and I would like to take a moment to thank you all for joining us on this amazing adventure! 2015 was great and we are so excited to see what 2016 brings! So here's to working hard inspiring each other and making 2016 a year to remember! Big hugs and love Kathleen and Esther xxx
Accept peace in your life.***he is an antagonist. I have been growing and trying to cultivate peace the best i can, but i also need to maintain strength in order to pursue him legally. I have tried asking, threatening legal action, tried loving him- whatever i do he carries on his emotional sexual violence towards me. I know what i am doing, so thanks for the advice, but i have got this.
We all have them - high maintenance friends, always in the throws of some kind of trauma that draw you in so you become involved, giving them help and support. You will always help people out if you can, that's the sort of person you are. But they will always let you. They don't feel bad if you go the extra mile for them, change plans for them, take, fetch and carry for them. They take advantage of your kind nature. Why is that, and what can you do to protect yourself? Take a read