You can’t truly understand something until it happens to you. Don’t be afraid of experience, because the more experience you have, the more mature you become.⁣

The Unseen Cycle of Depression

When the trigger happens, a response follows it. It’s important to recognize how your triggers affect you. You experience something in life—large or small. Rather than see it as what it is – an objective experience you process it with negative self-talk. 🌺  Are you ready for a calmer you? Are you ready for the steps…

Who Is The Enemy???

Don’t allow moods to control your action The real problem comes when your self-talk steals opportunities from you or pushes you toward actions that aren’t good for you. Self-talk can become so familiar to you that you don’t even notice its existence. What you say to yourself, the words you play in your head is…

Anxiety and Its Impact

A runaway train that no one can stop. Most people don’t take charge of their lives because they aren’t exactly sure what to do. By the time anxiety has taken over, their mind is fraught with worry and negative self-talk—a runaway train that no one can stop. Anxiety has a direct impact on you. It…

Understand that your life is a journey filled with problems to solve, lessons to learn.⁣

Surrender to life and let go of who you are not and start embracing who you are.⁣

Your journey isn’t about becoming a different person; it is about loving who you are right now. ⁣

Trust in the timing of your life and allow your life to unfold naturally.⁣

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