Health is more than merely physical. Having good mental health is just as important as good physical health. It all starts from within yourself.
To love means to be actively concerned for the life and growth of another. A strong relationship means choosing to love each other even when it’s hard.
We are all walking triggers, moving bundles of emotions. Our reactions are rooted in long histories and complex emotions. We constantly influence the world around us.
Emotional abuse is real and just as destructive as physical abuse. We may not see it, but the violence from emotional abuse is much more subtle and cuts far deeper.
To completely understand our needs, wants, and desires, we need to have a deep, instinctive wisdom of who we truly are. We need love and support, while at the same time needing to love others.
When we get rejected, we tend to hurt ourselves the most and inflict so much negativity in our own lives.
From every wound there is a scar, and every scar tells a story.
One of the hardest lessons in life is letting go. The truth is, unless you forgive yourself and forgive the situation, you cannot move forward.
The relationship we have with ourselves is the most complicated, because we can’t walk away from ourselves. Yet, life is easier when we are on our own side.
In our modern digital world, it is so easy for us to feel inadequate when we scroll through social media. But real life, real emotion, and real connection are not photoshopped or staged.