Be kind to yourself.
Care for yourself.
Live your life.
Sometimes we get critical when we think about ourselves. But, we shouldn’t. Leave others to judge you. Just be kind to yourself. Live is hard on its own, so why don’t you take some time and give yourself a slack. Go out there and conquer without fear and prejudice. Eat well, rest, exercise, laugh, love and just let go of your worries. Here’s a few things you should start practicing in your life:
Many feel that they are not good enough – at work, at school, the people they love. The same people find it healthy to believe that they are bad because they will otherwise relax and become arrogant. Every good thing you do could be better, but every mistake is a confirmation that you shouldn’t do that again.
If you like that, try something else. Agree with all the terrible mistakes that you’ve made and make an effort every day to be better. In the morning, think about what you could do to not be such a disaster, but at the end of the day think about everything you’ve done it right.
We lie every day and there’s nothing wrong. Lies become harmful in two cases: when you do it all the time, and when you lie to yourself.
Constant lies are not good because they usually use to disguise people’s laziness and lack of concern for others. Instead of trying to camouflage every little thing that you have sinned, we make an effort to be more reliable.
Also, be honest with yourself. What we intend to begin ‘tomorrow, scout’s honor’ – will always be tomorrow. If you cannot motivate yourself to change your life, relax and cancel the changes or run. Self-deception is exhausting and depressing.
Promising is not a joke – you have to assume it! Remember a time when you promised something to someone that you could not really do! Or maybe another job you have done but hated it until it was resolved. Sounds familiar? Rejecting something with disgust and thoughts of ‘anyway did not want to do’ – that’s not good either. So pay attention to your promises!
Quote ‘from words to deeds’ is true in this case. If you promise less and act more, everyone will be happier.
Sometimes it seems that everyone you meet is an expert on all topics. These people are annoying but do not be like those who read a couple of articles on the Internet and are considered experts on foreign policy. When you do not know something, say so openly! You will do less damage, and people will be more sympathetic. Who knows, you might learn something.
Hatred and vengeance are the feelings that feed the ego. When someone fails or damages you, the natural reaction is coming up with hundreds of creative ways to get revenge. Maybe it’s not your case, but you surely know someone who does it.
But what of it? The damage is already done and it’s better to learn the lesson and move on. Revenge makes sense if it can be done quickly and without much effort. Best solution is to put more effort into devoting yourself for improving in any way possible.
Have you been kind to yourself? How?