This is the 2nd section of my blog. It severes as a manual for specific ways I've learned to grow myself. These will be short principles that have brought me great insight and understanding of myself, people, and the world. I hope you can utilize them in your life and share with others. Remember, you don't want to miss my daily memoir: "The Mindset of Purpose". Both blogs are located at: live600.weebly.com.You will see "blog" twice at the top right or left of your screen. One will take you to this page, and the other will take you to my memoir. Follow me on Instagram @Girldesperation and on Facebook @LaToya Easter. Every post on this page will begin with this greeting and the blog will begin hereafter.
Thank you for LIVE- ing,
"3 Things That Shouldn't Matter"
1.) Peoples lack of motivation:
Too much concern with things you can't control within people, and the things you can't teach them to control in themselves, should not be a focus in your life. Wasted energy happens everyday on trying to manage and fix other peoples problems. To truly help someone you sometimes have to walk away and allow them to pull themselves out of their apathetic state of mind. You will burn yourself out on trying to parent people who lack the drive to care. Furthermore, you will sabotage your own progression by being absorbed in their life.
2.) People who just don't like you:
If we all could win every person we meet over, the world would be a boring utopia. Society can be vicious; there are so many self-made principles and values. You should not seek to pose as something you're not to satisfy the comforts of others. People who say it's lonely at the top just don't realize that's because the bottom is so large. Value genuine relationships in life; those built on blunt honesty, die-heart love, and selfless understanding for who YOU are.
3.) Relationships you lose:
If you lose a relationship and it is a result of you giving it every ounce of your love and consideration, then you never had it to begin with. Don't dwell on those that don't dwell on you; not solely in relationships with your significant other, but in ALL relationships in your life. If you put all your eggs into the basket of those who've put none or less into yours, you're setting yourself up for self-afflicted pain and agony. A relationship is only as valuable as the deposits both parties make into it.
(Don't forget to read my daily memoir: "The Mindset of Purpose")