As much as you’d like to, sometimes you can’t change people for who they are. They are going to be who they are, whether you like them or not. All you can do is live your life by your own terms, knowing you can’t always make everyone happy, because no matter what you do, there will always be something to work on.
Negative people can drain the life out of you, can make you unhappy and also kill your self-esteem. When we’re working on loving ourselves, you want to start by surrounding yourself with good people, who are good for your soul and genuinely make you happy. Plus want to see you doing well and see you as happy as you’d like to be.
People who hurt your soul, degrade you, make fun of you and judge who you are….. are some of the people who should be in your top list of cleansing your surroundings. People like these aren’t only hurting, but they want to hurt you, even if they’re doing it unconsciously. They don’t want to see you happy or thrive or really do better than they are… why? because they’re insecure and are dealing with their own issues.
Now, if you’re someone who wants to grow as an individual, become more happier and live in a healthy environment, do you really think is wise to have people who hurt you, even if unconsciously, around you? I think not.
Personally, I’ve fallen down the same trap of wanting to stick around people who hurt me. I’ve been consciously aware of someone hurting me, and still because I wanted them in my life so bad, I chose to continue to allow the disrespect, only to be left, not only drained and upset, but also mad at myself, for allowing such things to happen.
If we (I say “we” because we’re in this together) can just have the courage to eliminate unwanted negative energy in our lives, if we can disconnect, delete, block, erase someone’s entire being from your new/true you…. even if you have to change your address and number….
You will just be a little more happier.
I’m an actress in pursuit of happiness and finding my truth. Through my writing I am able to release my thinking without being judged or having the need to impress people in this crazy world we’re living in. I hope that through my experience I inspire you to find your truth and version of happiness.