If you're more worried about pleasing others than about caring for yourself, it might mean that there is trauma in your body telling you that you are only safe when other people are pleased with you. Perhaps it's time to heal that trauma so you can learn to let people down while you honor your own needs. Heather Plett 🦋 #california #LeticiaRae #FindingTheSilverLining #FTSL #positivequotes #quotestoinspire #personaldevelopment #spiritualgrowth #love #hope #fallbrook #heatherplett
Advice from a dear friend that helped change my life and how I respond to difficult things. Circumstances don’t control you, you control them by how you respond, learning to love yourself and others enough to release the need to control and learning to let go. Let life move you forward and even though it hurts to lose someone you love or a dream you had, you can release that pain and live in excitement for the future and all the love you ever need is within you.
We have all had people let us down. Whether it's a spouse, parent, sibling, friend, or child, it can leave you feeling angry, disappointed, and resentful. Here's what to do if someone keeps letting you down...
“Please stop overthinking life like you have to have an answer to every feeling or situation. That’s not how life works. We figure it all out just by living. By f***ing up, by missing an opportunity, by seeking advice and not taking it. We learn what’s important and what isn’t. Sometimes we have no f***ing idea what to do and that’s okay. Always trust your gut and know that everything will work out exactly the way it’s supposed to. It always does. Relax, we were never in control