happiness

If you’re looking for a sign that someone cares, this is it.

If you’re looking for a sign to give you strength to keep trying, this is it.

If you’re looking for a sign that you’re worth it, this is it.

If you’re looking for a sign to tell you you’re going to be ok, this is it.

If you’re looking for a sign to tell you someone believes in you, this is it.

If you’re looking for a sign, this is it.

I was happy and I wanted to keep that happiness for as long as I could. I suppose I held on too tight and that was why everything shattered in the palm of my hand.
—  C.H. // Inevitability of Change

Having a mental illness is not glamorous. It shouldn’t be romanticized. Nor should recovering from one. You’re going to cry. You’re going to feel like giving up.
At times, you’re going to fail.

But it’s ok. That happens to everyone. It’s not easy, but you’re going to make it through. The path won’t be perfect, but in the end, you’ll be ok. That’s all that matters.

Reengineering your thoughts for positivity is hard – believe me, I know. Start small: any time you consciously catch yourself thinking negatively, whether it’s about a person or a circumstance or something else, stop mid-thought and turn it into something positive. Believe it or not, you’ll actually see a change in your whole demeanor.

I’ve been going through the motions lately and after a really hard break up I was left feeling so empty. I’ve been stuck in a toxic mindset that I need someone, but I only need myself. I know I deserve great things and I’m gonna keep grindin and doing me. I’m in such a better place in my life and I have countless reasons to smile. You have to be happy for you! So smile 😁 it’s contagious

Communing With Our Demons: Metaprogramming Automatic Thinking


Discover how to metaprogram your thinking by identifying these 10 cognitive distortions we often fall trap to - and learning how to reframe them in any situation.


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