The only thing that’s not okay is staying where you’re not valued and appreciated.
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Have you ever felt like a doormat? I certainly have... I used to think that saying “no” to others was selfish, that I was selfish. But as I grew up I realised that saying yes all the time didn't make me feel any good.
If you are constantly saying yes to other people, then you are constantly saying no to YOURSELF.
Plus being unable to say no can make you exhausted, stressed and irritable, don't you think?
Maybe you think that it makes your life easier to just say yes all the time, or that it shows that you are a nice person. Nobody wants to come across as mean, rude, or uncaring but saying yes (when all we want is to say no) is exhausting.
There is a big difference in saying ‘yes’ to something when you feel it in your heart, versus ‘I should say yes so they will like me’ type of thinking.
Today, I want you to start saying NO! Learning to say no can be one of the biggest favours you can do to yourself.
Sometimes we do things that make others feel better, even if it’s not quite what we want to do, and that's okay. But if saying yes is affecting yourself and your life, then saying yes to others means you are saying no to yourself.
Let the fear of being judged, rejected or disliked stop you from being yourself!
I spy with my little eye, something beginning with BRAND NEW EPISODE. (Sorry, I was going to do the letter thing, but I thought let’s go straight for the punchline). It’s one of my favourite things to come on @trustingtheprocesspod and have a good ole one to one episode and today I’m back to do just that.
In episode 20, we’re talking about the key relationships you need in YOUR life when moving on up to the next level. These 4 figures are MAJOR when it comes to making major moves. Can you guess who they are? Plug in now and let’s up level up together! Link in bio 🍭
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Early relational experiences are encoded in neural circuitry in the first 18 months of life. Stored as implicit memory, they are inaccessible by ordinary awareness, forming templates through which we engage the world. In a moment of activation, the templates come surging online. Before we realize it, previously sequestered material has flooded our perception.
Our expectations in relationship – whether we can count on others, are worthy of love, will allow another to matter or whether we can take the risk to lead with our vulnerability – are organized in a fragile little nervous system that yearns for connection. The neural pathways are tender and responsive, as we seek attuned, right-brain to right-brain resonance with those around us. We want to feel felt, have our experience held and mirrored, and for pure space in which we can explore unstructured states of being.
While this encoding is deeply embedded, it can be rewired. While it may feel entrenched, it is not as solid as it appears. Even if your early environment was one of empathic failure, developmental trauma, and insecure attachment, it is never too late. The wild realities of neuroplasticity and the courage of the human heart is unstoppable and an erupting force of creativity.
Through new relational experiences – with a lover, a friend, a therapist, a baby; a star, a mountain, the moon, an animal-guide from the other world – love is hidden inside the caverns of neural circuitry. It is the substance which forms the neurons and their synapses, lighting up heart-cells in a moment of connection. Each time you attune to another – or to the unmet inner “other” within you – a new world is born.
As long as breath is present, you can update the narrative, recraft your perception and re-envision a new story. You can make new meaning of your life, re-imagine your purpose, and renew your commitment to being here. Slowly, you can revise your circuitry with pathways of holding awareness, flooding it with empathic attunement, presence, and warmth.
No matter what is happening in your life, you can start right now, in this moment- Matt Licata #breathworkhealing#pranayama#yoga#healing#relationships#selflove
There’s very little joy to be had in following your ex on social media even though you’ve both vowed to remain friends, after all 4 years is a long time!
The problem is that at some point she will move on and when she does she’ll probably post about it.. you just have to hope that you’ve moved on too.. or at the very minimum, you’ve just not given your heart to someone who’s torn it to shreds in the space of 5 minutes but that’s exactly the situation I find myself in.. I broken up with this awesome human being 8 months ago and she’s moved on right after I just had my heart broken.. I know I don’t get a say in when she moves on obviously but I’m already feeling down so seeing her post a picture of her and her new boyfriend was a little disconcerting. I didn’t know how or what to feel, but I know I don’t wanna be with her, I know I want her to be happy but I wanna be happy too and seeing that picture made me sad and confused. So I Sent her abuse (JOKE, I didn’t)
I was confused at why I was so affected, confused at how I should really feel, am I allowed to be sad even though I’m the one who called things off or should I not really care? I also know there’s no right or wrong way to feel.. In the end, I decided that as I want her to be happy I’m going to be happy for her even if it actually makes me unhappy that she’s moved on and I haven’t because she was my best friend for a very long time..
Great advise. 🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾 if you are not grounded in yourself, you will MISS IT. Other people’s journey ain’t your journey. Focus on you, your own hustle, your own reason for doing what you do, and the price. Keep it real. 🙌🏾🙌🏾🙌🏾
I’ve. Been. Struggling. 😞. ~. Here I am, 3:30 in the morning, laying in bed, with all these thoughts running through my head. The matter of the fact is, I’ve been struggling personally this past month. I’m suffering from a loss that has taken a toll on my heart and with a couple friendships I didn’t expect to turn the corner. I also was starting to play soccer again like I used to after going through a four month hand injury, and now I’m out again due to a back injury. You wouldn’t expect to see me hurting inside based on what’s portrayed on the surface, but I cover it up pretty well. The point of all this is that I’m still looking at this from a positive standpoint. Reflecting from my past to maybe only about a year ago, when I was at a low point like this one, I would cry, lay in bed, distance myself from everyone, and when I would interact with people, I’d have an attitude. Instead, I went back to work full-time, been doing what I can at the gym, and been cautioning myself to be mindful of how I interact with people. I get this way because I hold EVERYTHING in... but I learn that letting it out and putting a positive spin on things goes a lot further than I thought it would. Even at a place of sadness, I’m still reflecting on progress. You can always find the best in yourself at any given time 😊.
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Nobody is perfect, but don't stick with people that are not worth your time ⌚
I've created a year of dates, 52 weeks of couple designed activities and matching dinner themes.
This book also has conveniently been broken down into seasons, so your weekly date suggestions are aligned with the time of year and can be adjusted to meet your climate and weather needs.
Specific places and locations in all 50 states, throughout the US are provided as suggestions.
Whether you are beginning a new romantic journey or rekindling a tired relationship.
This book is designed to help open the communication pathways and encourage a variety of new and exciting ways to explore each other and explore a new sensation of love, but most importantly, have fun in the process .