Browsing: Wisdom

Sometimes things come into our lives with what we think is purpose, and the meaning it carries with us can serve us for a long time. But, sometimes that meaning starts to fade in us, and something that once lit us up, now requires effort and strain to maintain. This is when you need to let it go. If becomes difficult when this is something like a business, relationship or long-standing goal. But these are often the most important times, to actively work on letting it go. When you have invested so much into something, whether emotionally, or financially, it…

It is highly likely you will experience a toxic relationship sometime¬†in your life. This could be an intimate relationship, friendship, family, or even just at your workplace. There is only one thing certain in a toxic relationship. You need to get out. Toxicity sucks the life out of you. It drains you, even long after the relationship ends. But, you need to realise that you are the only person who can end this. 01. Persistent¬†inconsistency. The relationship jumps back and forth between amazing and awful. As well as living in a state of unpredictability, which brings up anxiousness, nervousness and…

I moved across the country, on my own, when I was 18. I had no social connections and had visited the city for a total of 5 hours a few years prior. I was always asked why? And I couldn’t come up with any better answer than ‘why not?” 01. You will never be quite ‘ready’ for things. But, when you are living alone, with no direct family or close friends, nothing waits for you to be ‘ready,’ so you just have to do. And then the magic happens. 02. At times, life can feel incredibly lonely. The feeling of…

People only understand something from their level of perception. We all gain a certain perception of life experiences at various stages of our life – some of us experience struggle young, some old. It is better to be alone, that surrounded by toxic acquaintances, friends or family. Sometimes people can mirror us, and the traits you don’t like about them are usually the ones hidden deep inside yourself that you don’t want to admit. How you form deep intimate connections with someone usually is based on what kind of attachment you had with your primary caregiver/s when you were young.…