Monday reads 


“We don’t need anyone’s approval in life to be happy. EVER! Let you validate and accept your version of happiness. You get to chose your life! don’t let anyone decide for you. We are no victims to life. No prisoners. But we do become prisoners and victims to people we choose to coexist with. We tend to become content, passive and blind within our relationships. Whether it be a family member, business partner, friend or lover. Out of comfort and possibly the fear of the unknown. The unknown will leave you stuck in a bad situation. Choosing comfort of your own happiness. 

There’s a huge difference between giving up and letting go. Giving up means you’re selling yourself short. It means allowing fear to limit your opportunities and keep you cemented in place. Stuck. Letting go means freeing yourself from something that is no longer beneficial to personal growth. It means removing toxic people and toxic mindsets from your life so that you can make room for ideas that are conducive to your happiness and ever evolving personal expansion. Giving up is self-defeat. Letting go is self-love. 

Letting go means putting yourself first instead of holding on to that negative space that you don’t deserve. Nobody deserves. Removing toxic people from your life is only allowing a positive flow to elevate your mind, body and soul. Not everyone who started with you will finish with you. Be okay with that. God helps those who help themselves”

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2 thoughts on “Monday reads 

  1. My therapist constantly reminds me that it is my choice not to be defined by my depression. The same is true for not letting anyone else define us in any limiting way. Thank you for your inspiration!

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