Everyone struggles through something at either one or multiple points in their lives. It is just a matter of how they look at the situation that is at hand and how they respond whether it's positive or negative. For New Year's Eve rather than making a New Years Resolution make a New Years Evolution, of the way you view this situation your struggling through.If it's positive then either keep looking at it the way you always have or switch it up and think of a new way in which it is an added bonus or plus in your life. If you view it negatively then think into why it's happening and try to change your mindset for the better. Keep an open and positive mind is the best "food" to feed your body. Happy New Years!!🎉
There are few things in life that seem to capture everyone's attention, but when this happens it's like you can't look away. For instance a shooting star, everyone wants to see at least one in there lifetime, but why? It's just a flaming piece of matter traveling through our atmosphere. It's because when you see one, you are supposed to make a wish in hopes of it coming true. It's the thought of having a wish being whisked away and granted in the days to come that makes it so mesmerizing. Similarly to if you watch a plane fly through the sky. It's just an object so it doesn't seem so special, but it's the thought that goes with it that makes it almost magical. Whenever you see a plane cross the sky it's like a guessing game of where it's going, and who's on it.A married couple and there kids going to Disneyworld, a businesswoman going to a press conference across the state,a newly married couple going on their honeymoon, or a newly graduated college student traveling the world.As you watch you hope that some day you too will be on a plane going to a destination of your dreams. It really doesn't matter what something apears to be, it's the feeling and thought behind it that counts, and hopefully one day you will just have to stop and watch a plane or star go across the sky. After all it's the little pauses in our crazy lives that make them a bit more manageable.
The unknown is a bit confusing. We seem to always say " I don't know" when we can't describe something. Some even use "I don't know" as something to fill the pause in between their thoughts.But do you suppose that sometimes we do subconsciously know? Maybe we actually know what is so confusing to us,but we just can't admit it to ourselves. After all, once you admit it to yourself, it becomes real; and at times real life can be scarier than the unknown.
If you have parents that are divorced you will probably be able to relate strongly to what I am about to say. I know it can be hard, but it is the best thing in the world when they find someone that they can be themselves around and start to let back into their lives. After all a divorce is not you average "break up", especially when kids are involved, so it is the best feeling to watch them be truly happy and at peace with the person they are with. But what if you hate the person they are with? There is so many feelings involved because you want nothing more than for them to feel happy and you want to support them in any way, but you just, really cant support the relationship they have started with that other person. It is so hard to describe the feeling you feel, because you just really want to see their heart heal, but not with that certain person. To struggle through this is personally one of the hardest parts of my parents getting a divorce. When your parents or one of your parents have been your best friend(s) your whole life its hard not to support their decision, and it seems like all of a sudden your opinion switches from valid to " your just a kid" and "what do you know". The difference is I may be "just a kid" but I am your kid, who knows things about you that no one else knows and I have your best feelings at heart. If you know that the person your parent is with is not a good one, it is extremely hard to just sit back and watch it play out, cause in the back of your mind you know it won't last. When it does break apart its not just your parent that has to go through turmoil, its you too. After all, you are the person sitting there holding them as they shake and weep.
Does friends with benefits ever work out? There is always one person that feels more than the other person.So does that work, and will it ever work? Can friends ever get rid of that friendship that they had and turn it into something more?Say the "more"doesn't work, can they turn around and make it less?The fact that they had a friendship is the thing that they build upon which is amazing because then they already know each other.But do you then lose your best friend if it doesn't work out? Is it worth it to try?
Why can adults tell someone younger that there idea or opinion doesn't matter? Or they don't know that much because they haven't learned the ropes of life yet. To me this is a bunch of bs,a person is a person and everyone has an opinion. In response to the adults I feel like we may not have been through "said events" but we still have been through something. Also we are the young generation and so therefore we are going to know a lot more about our generation than they ever will, because we are living it. So I don't feel as though adults can get the power to tell us that our idea isn't valid because we aren't over the age of 30.If everyone grew up in the same time period and they were the only people to be running everything going on in the world, this would be a very different place. We need variety and different opinions on things or else nothing will ever grow and change. "If nothing ever changed there would be no butterflies".
First things first, this is not a L'Oreal commercial, and secondly have you ever told yourself that "you are worth it"? Certain occurrences have happened in my life that have made me believe I am not worth it. I talk to my mom all the time (yes, she is one of my best friends) and having her say the words "you are worth it" have made me just break down and cry. Afterwards I just kept thinking why do those four words make me cry so much? Is it because I felt that I wasn't worth it and hearing someone tell me I was, made me so confused all I could do was cry? Or was it because deep deep down I knew I was worth it, but to protect myself I had built up a wall, and that wall would crumble a bit whenever someone would utter those four words to me? It is still a mystery that I am figuring out. Lastly, just know that you are worth it, and you can achieve anything you put your mind to, believe in yourself, because if you don't, who will?
Women these days are supposedly applauded for speaking up. In half the cases this is true, but in the other half we still have those close minded people with a stick up there asses(sorry, not sorry). Let me give you an example. My mom and dad are divorced and I live in a decently "proper" town where a bunch of women are the stay at home mom, or working mother, but they seem to do everything perfectly. The key word is "seem" because that's what they want you to think. My mom after she got a divorce changed her beliefs on many things, and one of the biggest beliefs that changed was her voice,and how much she should use it. Now as a women who got a divorce in my town is already a shame never mind adding on the fact that she initiated the divorce and that now she has a voice to be heard. So long story short,the majority of the women, whom are bound in their straight jackets, in my town judge my mom for having a voice. Why is this so wrong? I felt that I needed to write about this because at this time in my life I am trying to find my own voice. If you are in a relationship with someone or in a situation that makes you feel uncomfortable SPEAK UP! A little tip that I use is if someone makes me feel uncomfortable or I am not ok with the situation I am in,I am now working on,taking those uncomfortable feelings and turning them more into a " how dare they" rather than "ok I am going to try and forget it even happened".We are no longer in the past where we have to cover out bodies, so why are we still covering our mouths?
Which is your preference? There is a difference. A model and a woman may both be females but they are far from the same. Women come in all different shapes,sizes,and most have curves, and can eat whatever they want a.k.a please pass me another slice of cake. Where as models are tall, thin, and lanky and have to watch everything they eat. But in a males point of view are they the same? If a guy dates a bunch of models, will he date a women? And visa versa? Can it be interchangeable? If it can, how? I would think that if a man dates a bunch of women he is dating them because he likes their curvy figures, Oh! their personality of course. Where as if a man dates a model, then he likes more of a tall and thin body type. I am not bashing either one of the figures, if you are a model great! If you are a women that's also great! Be secure in the skin you're in! My last question though, is, if a man says he likes a women with curves, why would he only date models?
When you feel invisible
When you feel helpless
When you just want to scream
When everyone says no
You want to feel known
You want to be independent
You want to feel happy
You want to hear yes
Take pride in how far you have come and have faith in how far you can go