An Open Letter

Hi, it’s me again.

I have been thinking about all of the emotional stressors such as relationship issues. There is no peaceful way out of any mess. Turn your mess into your message. 

When we feel responsible for those around us and take on the responsibility, we put our life on hold. These are unresolved issues in your heart and mind. The reason behind all efforts to fix someone else’s life is a secret desire to help ourselves. When you can figure these things out it is much easier to work out instead of that little voice or nagging feeling inside that disrupt us and keeps us off balance. 

I believe the most significant events in our lives – good or bad – allow us to draw insight, wisdom, and experience from what happened to us then we can look at it as an investment instead of a loss. We have to work through our thoughts, sometimes change our perspective. Each of us has a different trajectory; at times, harsh. Save yourself.

Change is frightening. When people around us are feeling angry, we feel compelled to save them from this feeling if we do not feel comfortable with anger. Saying yes all of the time is harming those you are saying yes to and hindering their growth. You are not a crutch. While crutches are sometimes necessary, relying on them for too long weakens you. 

Learning to love and respect yourself enough to cut ties with those who do not make you a better person will bring a significant amount of happiness to your life. 

Keep it simple. Rinse and repeat as many times as necessary.

Remember to keep the circle positive, peaceful and loving. ©

Written with love.

#loveyourself #nostagefiveclingers #saveyourself #insanity #thinkaboutit #iwishdeathwouldtakeavacation #buythebook

Joy M. Mills (IP)

Copyright © 2018


*This article is not intended to provide and does not constitute medical, legal or other professional advice. This article was written to support, not replace medical or psychiatric treatment. Please seek professional care if you feel you have a condition.

Disclaimer: This article is not intended to address those with clinical depression or other mental illnesses.