10.01.2014

Lens Blur

As the title suggests, this is a blur of all my ideas put together in this one little post. Originally, it was entitled "Redefining Yourself," but that was a little cliché. So if you do get through this lens blur of thoughts- do think to yourself, and feel free to comment your ideas, questions, and concerns.

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  Sometimes it's helpful to take a walk by yourself, breathe, and just think about yourself for a while. If you're a girl, no makeup, too. Just be yourself with nature, and everything will straighten out- even if it's just for a little while.

    Don't bottle up your emotions because sometime somewhere, often in the wrong place at the wrong time, that bottle will burst. And you won't know how or why. Find your comfort skill- like running when you can channel those bottled emotions into energy through your legs making you run faster. It's better than crying emotions out.

     Never let anyone, including yourself, make you feel bad about yourself. If you have made a mistake, fix it, but crying doesn't help anything. You are the only person who can control that.

     If someone makes you feel bad about something you love, always defend it. Because if you really love it, you won't have to think of a good comeback, it will just happen.
 
     Never throw around the words "I love you." It's not funny. Don't do it as a dare. When overused, it's fake. And why? Because if you really do love the person, they'll know, you won't have to tell them day and night. People get emotionally  hurt that way. I would know.

     Never cry yourself to sleep. You want to sleep positively and forget about the world for a little while. And if you're crying, don't sleep. Get up, take a walk, read your favorite book, or listen to upbeat music. Sleep positively.

     It's easy to know when someone is physically hurt- you can see their cast on their hand, people signing good wishes with permanent marker, the limb when the walk, or the bruises on their legs. But you never know when someone's emotionally hurt because it's easily masked by a simple smile or a laugh. It's hard to tell when you are hurt on the inside. It's funny because you always know when you are hurt- be it physically or emotionally. But most other people don't.


Just Relax. 

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