Unpleasant things and situations will come at you and we need to learn to deal with them.
We can’t avoid everything we don’t find to our liking; there are situations and things in this world that we do not like but, have to learn to overcome in order to succeed. Sometimes in certain situations we may feel uncomfortable, lost, alone, upset, angry, defeated, or simply irritated but we have to move on from that. We have to learn from everything that comes our way and act accordingly. We cannot continue to avoid situations where we are not comfortable because each situation is a learning experience and if we don’t take it we’ll never learn. By avoiding everything we simply push our problems to the side avoiding the need to address them and that can lead to further complications. Unpleasant situations will come once and a while in our lives and we just have to learn to adjust, the problem will pass and you’ll come out better from it.
When things don’t go your way, don’t pout, just make the most of it.
Things don’t always go the way we want or think they are going to happen. Sometimes things turn out better and sometimes they turn out worse than we could ever have imagined but, we have to learn to make the best of the hand we are dealt. When things turn out better than we had hoped, cherish the moment. When things turn out worse, make the best of the situation, learn from and deal with the problems… come out a learned and changed person not one who is grumpy and unpleasant because things didn’t work the way you wanted them to. We cannot always expect things to work out the way we want them to so, when things go awry we need to learn to have the grace to deal with them and come out the better.
Can someone out there tell me how to stop worrying about his past? About his ex? About him leaving me?
Can I Be That One Person In Your Life?
- The one you think of every morning
- The one that makes your heart beat faster
- The one your friends hear about every single day
- The one person you reply to really fast, every time
- The one you check up on just because you feel like it
- The one you would drop everything for just because I say I need you
- The one person you’re afraid to lose
- The one you never get sick of
- The one person you never get tired of
- The one who gets to take care of you everyday
- The one who drives you crazy but you still love them
- The one who has the privilege to call you honey, baby, lover, sweetie
- The person who gets to hear I love you
- The one who gets to see your handsome face everyday
- The one person you want to spend the rest of your life with
- The person you love more than anything
Learn to accept people as they come.
Too often do people fail to accept others for who they are. Too often do people try to change others. What makes a person unique are their personal experiences and you can’t take those experiences away from them. Everyone is made up of a combination of little things that they have experienced in their lives and no one should have to change who they are just to make you happy. Learn to cherish people as they come to you. If you meet someone and immediately want to change them then you might as well have never have met them. Learn to accept the person who they are now at this very moment. Don’t expect to change them if there is room for growth, room for improvement they will come to it on their own. You don’t need to point out someone’s faults 24/7 and you don’t stay with someone and expect them to change. Learn to love the person for whom they are at this very moment for that is what makes them unique, special, to be loved.
When your past calls, don’t answer. It has nothing new to say.
My Life Sans Makeup
Oh that beautiful invention we all know as makeup. The confidence booster, the courage giver. Now, that’s what I thought makeup would do for me… for everyone really. However, I have been going sans makeup for a while now and I couldn’t be even more confident; I couldn’t feel more beautiful. The first day going without makeup I felt so unlike myself and I stepped outside with such a lack of confidence that I had no clue why I had ever gone out without makeup at all. But, you know going without makeup was nice. I didn’t have to worry about my makeup running and I could *gasp* now rub my eye without having to worry about smudging my mascara or eyeliner. This realization though it did help a bit still did not help in the big scheme of things. I was still lacking confidence in myself. As the week went on though I gained more confidence in myself. The feeling of pride, beauty, and courage soared through me, it radiated through me and everyone around me could feel my energy. These feelings came with a combination of other people’s compliments and me realizing who I really am without the mask of makeup clouding my natural beauty. Makeup can bring out your natural beauty and I still use it when I have interviews or a meeting for work but, I always keep it natural. No more of those kohl rimmed eyes and too much blush/eyeshadow/bronzer. After knowing that people still found me pretty without my makeup my confidence was boosted. With this confidence I looked at myself in the mirror and realized how great I, and everyone else would look without makeup on. The naturalness of everything was surprising to me. It had been a while since I saw myself without makeup and I was shocked to find out how/ what my face looked like. Funny right? I didn’t even know what my face looked like. Without makeup on I could see every line, freckle, my eyelashes, everything was so natural, so exquisite, so beautiful. Sure makeup gives us confidence but, going without makeup shows even more confidence in my eyes because I don’t have to hide behind self applied crayons anymore; I can shine on my own in my natural way.