Sometimes, I stop to really take a look and observe my life and how is it going. And I often come to the conclusion that my life isn’t really going where I want it to be. When I think about it, I find myself drowning in depressed and anxious thoughts, and that really frustrates me.
When I feel thusly, I choose to ‘cleanse’ my life from things that don’t help me with accomplishing what I need and living the life I want
My past decisions have instructed me that I have to have steady, caring people in my circle, people who want to see me succeed. I’ve met people who pulled me down as well and even empowered the anxious and depressing scenes, yet it’s the perfect timing for them to go. I’ve gotten rid of many people for a huge duration. Has it usually happened by choice? No. Have I grieved removing someone later? No. Of course, I’ll miss these people, but I don’t grieve for leaving the people who won’t benefit my life and my being.
It’s taken me years to realize how gainful giving up is, but I know now.
Others have never controlled my activities, yet they’ve unquestionably affected them. A portion of these impacts was absolutely negative, however, and they truly affected my life. My dependability kept me in certain circumstances that I knew weren’t sound for me, however, I at long last began paying special mind to myself.
It’s OK to let go of others.
It’s ok to remove someone from your life if they don’t have the best impact on it. Cutting negative people free has been great for me. It’s allowed me to step forward and move a more valuable way.
I’ve also found that it’s OK to let go of things that raise excruciating memories.
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