Stop Settling for Less and Upgrade Your Life!
Welcome to our ‘Thought of the Week and Upgrade Your Life’ Series. This series will give you valuable ‘New Thought’ information and advice that will help you learn how to Reclaim, Keep Your Power and make your Life much Easier.
Personal Development Series #108
What Strong People Don’t Do!
When getting through some seriously tough times, we often struggle with hanging in and staying strong. Since emotional healing is something all of us struggle with at times, I thought I’d write each week about some things emotionally strong people don’t do to give you new insights and perhaps creating a better life. Enjoy!
They don’t think everyone is out to get them:
Emotionally strong people choose to see the good in others. Because the truth is, the world is actually full of good people. Whoever says otherwise hasn’t looked around or in the right places. So look around. Appreciate them, connect and smile. When you chose to see the good in others, and connect, you end up discovering the good in you!
They don’t worry about pleasing everyone.
Emotionally strong people recognize that they don’t need to please everyone all the time. They are not afraid to say ‘no’ or speak up when necessary. They strive to be compassionate and fair, but can handle other people being disappointed if they didn’t perfectly life up to their unfair expectations. The bottom line is, pleasing everyone is impossible. May the bridges you burn light the way to your path.
Magic Morsel! You can’t receive from someone what you can’t give to yourself.
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