It's amazing how these crazy brains of ours control our lives, if we let them. <br />
Fear served a great purpose for survival, once upon a time, and still does to this day, in different ways. It's a can be a great motivator. Unfortunately, it can be a great obstacle to overcome. But you can think your way through the fear, and find what's really rational, but you have to do it.
Why is it?.....that is why your living a lifetime here right now.....to find out why and gain mastery over it...
Don't hope...that indicates doubt...be sure...be convinced...have pure intent...command it to be so...
You're pretty amazing Wurkoutgurl to me. Mom of the week to me!!! Remember when you walked through the fires and the flames. <br />
Your brain can only handle so much stress and post stress it's hard to overcome. You can overcome anything from what I can tell over here! Practice some positive kinds of thinking everyday if possible.
I remember my brother after Iraq had post-tramatic stress disorder it was pretty intense. Even super strong marines are affected.
I wonder this as well. It's as if you're accustomed to things NOT going well and you feel like its just a matter of time. The longer things go well, though, the less you'll feel that way. Try to just live in the moment. ;)
I understand. I still have sense that the clock is ticking but I am moe at peace with it. In truth, you won't be happy forever. No one is. Adversity strengthens us and we are all subject to it. That is why we should revel in our joy and refuse to let anxiety about what MAY happen steal it from us. Or at least do the best we can. Lol.
My pleasure. ;)
Because things are usually temporary and are constantly changing.
Road blocks. We need to learn to go around them.
Trust in yourself to start.
That's so true.
It's called "Feeling Bad About Feeling Good." Think about it.