Discover how to overcome teenage struggles and unlock your full potential with this inspiring love letter to your younger self. Read now for a brighter future.
Inspired Living: How to Be Comfortable Being Yourself
"Never compromise or change yourself, just to get someone to like you..." https://youtu.be/xfvXz-T8LZU Someone once told me the key to success is to become a chameleon, and always wear a different skin depending on who and what's around. He told me being able to do this seamlessly would enable me to earn the respect from [...]
Self-love: How This Mama Gave Up The Status Quo To Embrace Her Body and Her 5 Tips for How You Can Do the Same
Do You Censor Yourself Too Much? Here’s How To Stop Censoring And Start Living!
"To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment." - Ralph Waldo Emerson Self-censorship (noun): "Control of what you say or do in order to avoid annoying or offending others, but without being told officially that such control is necessary." How many times have you [...]
A Sad Person’s Guide To Happiness
Sadness. Depression. Anxiety. Self-loathing.
Have you ever experienced any of these things?
When I was a teenager I used to hate myself — I had no appreciation for my life or anything in it.
Until one day when I woke up
and realized I couldn't keep on "living" the way I had been living. I needed to make a decision, and I needed to do it ASAP. My options were simple: Exit this life or start TRULY living it...I chose to live, and these are the 9 guiding principles that I learned along the way. They brought happiness back into my life, and I hope they will do the same for you. Read, share, enjoy. Xx
From Attempted Suicide to Recovery: Alyssa’s Story
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5 Ways to Snap Out of a Negative Mindset
The evolution of life is one in which many of us trade our joy for judgement, and gratitude for grievances — most of which are against ourselves.
No matter how much or how little we had growing up, we were intrinsically programmed to be happy and loving — toward ourselves and others.
And, as our physical bodies grew, so too did the negative thoughts we formed about ourselves from outside opinions and ideas about who we should be, how we should look and what we should do. Read more now...