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If you carry one thing with you today, let it be this: You are brave, you are beautiful, you are strong, you are smart, you are loved.

I will not change who I am. I will not get angry with you. I will not seek revenge and be spiteful. I will only be smart and change the role you play in my life.

If we grew apart as friends, there’s 100% chance I’m still cheering you on from afar and that I still love you.

I don’t care much for things I can’t take with me after I die. Give me love. Moments. Purpose. Things that’ll settle in the soul.

Dear self, don’t allow anyone to trigger you. Let it go. Walk away. You’ll be proud of yourself later.

You should always tell people how important they are to you. Always.

We all have ‘issues’ because we all have a story. And no matter how much work you’ve done on yourself, we all snap back sometimes. So be easy on you. Growth is a dance. Not a light switch.

If you’re giving your all but it takes all you have just to get through the day, it doesn’t mean your best isn’t good enough. It means life is just that hard right now. Be good to yourself. You need it.

The introvert empath: Sometimes they want to be left alone. Sometimes they want to be included. But most of the time they want to be included with the option to be left alone.

A mistake that makes you humble is better than an achievement that makes you arrogant.

Do not let the behavior of others destroy your inner peace.

You are not your feelings. You just experience them. Anger, sadness, hate, depression, fear. This is the rain you walk in. But you don’t become the rain. You know the rain will pass. You walk on. And you remember the soft glow of the sun that will come again.

You have no idea how long something you say can stay inside someone’s mind.

You ARE good enough. (Actually, you’re probably overqualified. But let’s start the week off humble.)

It’s possible to read something you don’t agree with on the internet and simply move on with your life.

You have no idea how many people there are in the world whose day could be made and their life changed for the better if someone would just look them in the eye, smile, and say, ‘Hello.’

Your mental health is more important than your career, money, other people’s opinions, that event you said you would attend, your partner’s mood and your family’s wishes, combined. If taking care of yourself means letting someone down, then let someone down.

I don’t want to fix you and I can’t heal you, but maybe I can help you see just how beautiful your broken is. Each cracked piece fits in to the masterpiece of who you are right now. And right now, I see a beautiful soul.

Our brains are wired for connection, but trauma rewires them for protection. That’s why healthy relationships are difficult for wounded people.

It’s okay that you don’t know how to move on. Start with something easier… like not going back.