My lovelies, do this every day when you wake up and every night before you go to bed…
Look at yourself in the mirror. What you see will bring to you a flood of thoughts - good and bad memories of yourself and your appearance. They may be your thoughts or things that others have said to you… If they’re bad thoughts, dismiss them and remember that you are beautiful ♥ :)
Beauty is not defnied by perfect figures and features. Beauty is defined by who you are - your personality, your mind, your strength and your heart. Think about it - there’s NO ONE else out of all the 6 billion people on the planet who will ever be the same as you! You are special, you are unique, you have your own entire life ahead of you, waiting to be discovered, waiting to lead you on to greatness!
Think about all that you have been through in life… The fact that you have survived the trials of life and are standing alive to carry on, shows that you have so much courage and determination! Remember this when you see yourself looking back at you in that mirror - remember that you are STRONG and that you will get through life, no matter what get’s thrown at you. You are amazing! So promise yourself to never let anyone else tell you differently!
Do this every day my lovelies to give you the confidence and self love that you deserve to feel! You are all so beautiful and amazing with so much to give in the future, and none of you ever deserve to feel any less wonderful than you really are!!
Stay strong my dearies! ♥ xx
Now, everyone seems to say ‘You must talk about your problems!’ and this may be true, but really it can be the hardest thing in the world to do…
These problems are obviously those that have caused a horrible amount of pain and sadness and hurt, and with them will be memories that we want to erase from our minds completely… If they weren’t so bad, wouldn’t we have spoken about them straight away??
The thing is, no one can ever make someone talk about their problems just by asking them to. Opening up, requires confidence, trust and the ability to hold yourself together while talking - that can takes years to build.
Which is why I say it’s best to say ‘Are you okay?’ - It’s a sign of caring and an offer to help, but doesn’t put any pressure on someone to answer in great detail.
People open up about their problems at different stages of their life… Some may do it a day after the incident and others may never ever get the confidence to do it during their lifetime. But in any case, opening up and asking for help is NEVER a sign of weakness.
Remember to stay strong and love yourself my lovelies!! ♥ xx
The thing about life and our problems is that as soon as something happens that gets us down, everything suddenly seems to go downhill, and before we know it we’re surrounded by so much hurt and pain that it’s hard to know where to start to get back up… This can make depression worse.
That’s why, no matter how hard it seems to do so, let out all your feelings and deal with each problem as it comes before you decide to move on. This way you feel free from the pain, instead of moving on with the thought that you left something unsolved, and as a result, anything that occurs afterwards seems more manageable rather than adding to your sadness.
So whenever something/someone gets you down, take some time out, go out for some fresh air and think about EVERYTHING you want to say about it. Don’t hold back on anything. Even if it means saying something uncomfortable to a loved one, if they have brought you down, it’s best that they know. Once you know what you want to say, think of a time when you know you’ll have the courage to say all these things and let it all out. Don’t make it sound accusatory or angry, just tell them that this is how you feel.
Sort your problem out and I guarantee my lovelies that you’ll be feeling much lighter and happier afterwards and ready to tackle whatever life throws at you next!
Remember if you need any help regarding a problem or just want to talk, I’m always here for you! And stay strong! ♥ xx