Haters!!! A common term that fuels my fire.
I don’t always understand the concept of why this is a way of life, but I feel that there need to be people out there that provide the “hating”.
It’s not to take personally, because it isn’t anything you are doing wrong. In fact, they judge you or your situation because it is something they want.
Ignore their actions, but acknowledge their existence. Subconsciously thank them for recognizing that you are on the right path.
What is your personal preference? Are you more likely to check a website or download an app?
I constantly download apps and it seems like some of them I never use.
If my website were to be converted to an app would you actually download it and still check the posts?
Curious mind. Late night thoughts.
Do you have toxic people or environments around you? How do you deal with this toxicity in your life?
I know it’s the ideal thing to remove it from your life, but we aren’t able to escape the toxicity completely. So the big question is what is the best way to deal with toxic people or environments?
Needless to say, I don’t have the answer, nor do I think there is only one answer. Somehow we all find our own way to deal, or we don’t, and we just hopefully learn from it.
As for myself, I try to limit the toxicity in my life, as well as, not contributing toxicity to others.
Limit toxicity! Love! Be strong!
You know that fake voice, smile, or conversation that you have with certain people? Why do we choose to put on this fake persona?
Is it noticeable to that other person that you are not being yourself? Do we do this because we dislike that person or because we think they will dislike us?
I am definitely guilty of using my fake voice when talking on the phone with businesses. Most of the time, I don’t even notice I am doing it.
I am going to try to make it a habit that I act more naturally around others.
Be yourself and feel empowered!!!
Have you ever loved and hated someone at the same moment?
It’s such a complicated feeling. Does the good outway the bad?
I can’t speak for everybody, but for me, this is a frequent dilemma. Somebody does something hurtful (intentional or unintentional), and I quickly change moods/feelings. I don’t know how to act, one minute I just want to forget what happened, and the next I want to blow up and call them out. I usually choose the quiet route, but I wonder if things would be different if I respectfully confronted them.
I guess, these are the struggles of being an adult without an instruction manual. 🤔
Always make sure your intentions are clear with others!
When you have to question someone’s intentions it really makes things difficult to build any type of friendship or relationship. It compromises trust, and is damaging to the value of your connection.