So…I just got in from work. I kicked off my kitten heels, and jumped right in front of my MacBook. I have something on my mind that I want to share, and I hope my readers can relate because this is coming from the realest place.
I’ve been tying to preach the importance of Trust in all relationships (intimate and otherwise). To me Trust all starts with the old adage “Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say.” If you can’t master this then, you can’t be trusted 100% – point, blank, period. Also fundamental when establishing trust is sound principles. It’s important that in all relationships (again, intimate or otherwise) that we establish, fully understand and value certain principles.
Lately I’m finding it hard to say “I Trust You”…and I honestly believe that the reason for this is the absence of the above listed foundations. I’ve been jaded, needless to say, but I am forgiving and I am trying to get passed it and build trust in the people around me again. And I am not going to lie, it is damn hard! Especially when we set goals and targets, and anticipate milestones, only to be let down. Its…HARD!
I feel like I am slowly running out of ways to get the people around me to understand this…and to step their game up in this regard.
Anyway, thanks so much for reading. I hope you all have a wonderful evening. I’m off to unwind and prepare dinner. Until next time…
When facing a problem, stop overreacting or exaggerating. It only creates a negative cycle of thoughts. Instead treat it as a challenge and focus your energy on solutions.
Every action and every feeling begins as a thought in your mind. Therefore if you can control your thoughts, then you can control your actions, your feelings and ultimately your life.
Our thoughts play an important role when working on a problem. Let it be positive and not negative. This helps you to focus your energy on solutions.