Avoid people who: 1. Mess with your head. 2. Intentionally and repeatedly do and say things that they know upset you. 3. Expect you to prioritize them but refuse to prioritize you. 4. Can't and won't apologise sincerely. 5. Act like the victim when confronted with their abusive behaviour.
POTD by @daragoren From: Inspiring Quote Board~ In a world where everyone's a critic, you can be an ecourager! CONGRATULATIONS DARA!!! I love this msg! Criticism, when used in a damaging manner only hurts and makes a person feel insecure. I believe, that if one cannot speak encouraging words to someone who needs to be encouraged, they should just bite their tongue. Thank you Dara, for adding such a wonderful pin.(❤️special tag for this one) (^-^)
Be honest with yourself about what sparks you and take action on it. Don't worry about finding your one true "passion." That's too abstract of a concept to figure out logically. Instead, start by acting on the small things that excite you each day. - Get in the habit of recognizing and acting upon the small things that you feel drawn to. These things will lead you to the bigger, more meaningful things that you might define as your "passion" or "purpose." - This process works because excite