I had a thought recently that I wanted to expand on here, in this forum.
Moving along in our lives, we go through various stages. Grade school, university, different work environments, different cities and places we live. We pick up new people along the way and drop off others in exchange. Some people are meant to stay in our lives forever, and others are only there for certain stages.
I find that a lot of people become broken down and depressed when they’re losing or about to lose someone near and dear to their hearts. It’s difficult in the moment to remember that just because something sad or unfortunate is happening now, doesn’t mean that feeling is going to linger forever.
People are going to come in and out of our lives for the entire time we’re alive and on this earth. It’s a part of life and it’s a significant part of how we grow as people.
The one constant thing we want to remember is that family will always be there, regardless of the issues we may have with our loved ones. Even if you’re struggling with members of your family, and I know we all do, try your best to see past all of the flaws and annoyances because at the end of the day those are the people who are going to have your back no matter what.
It’s hard to remember these things, but letting go of toxic people is one of the top things you can do for yourself period. Surrounding yourself with people who drag you down will keep you down. Keep a healthy outlook by maintaining a healthy circle of friends. I guarantee you that you’ll see and feel a difference immediately. And feel a massive sense of relief, and who doesn’t want that?
Put yourself first sometimes and get rid of the unnecessary garbage in your life.
Until next time,
~She believed she could, so she did~