Love is perfect in its imperfections. Many of us as well as myself have been guilty of expectations in love which then lead to disappointment. The idea of unconditional love can often times be thought that it’s understood, but in reality many of us have beliefs we may have inherited overtime preventing us from experiencing this fully.
Our quality of life effects our health too, so it’s important to know how much time we need alone but also how to pull ourselves up and show both ourselves and the people we care about what they mean to us in spending quality time together. It’s also vital to find a balance in self-care practices and the check list we have each day.
Self criticism. The destroyer of dreams, ruin-er of relationships and preventer of hope. I’ve written about judgement of others, but sometimes the judgement of others represents how much we judge ourselves.
As I started to think about it more and my recent blog on happiness, I realized being happier had a lot to do with discovering my true nature over the past year too, which is that I am an empath through and through.
Happiness is hard, fear is easy. Most people would assume it’s the opposite. Even in the past, I would look at people who were wildly happy and think ‘they must have a super easy, awesome life.’ The truth is that the majority of people who find genuine joy in almost every moment actually worked their asses off to get there.
For me, living healthy is not just the weight room and veggies, it’s a positive, open perspective. If we can manage to be happy with ourselves and take responsibility for our reactions (which includes a life void of unhealthy judgments), the rest of a healthy lifestyle will follow. What we choose to see in others is a reflection of ourselves...