FIND HOPE THROUGH HEALING.
Sometimes we can't do everything on our own, and we need a little insight or that extra boost of support. You aren't alone. You don't have to struggle by yourself. Asking for help is the hardest part. Once you find the help, you're just that much closer to becoming stronger and whole. Life is a journey, and sometimes you need a travel companion.
YOU'RE NOT ALONE
Isolation isn't natural. We are social beings who were designed to live in socially connected environments. Life gets crazy and sometimes our work, our schedules, our insecurities or our circumstances thwart our ability to connect or meet people. Sometimes you can't do it on your own and that doesn't mean you're weak.
Your Greatest Self.
One of the most beautiful aspects of being human is that we are dynamic- not stagnant. The beauty of healing or improving yourself is that you can live life as a whole person rather than as a fractured person. When you are whole, you are better able to be fully present for the joyous times and strong enough to handle the tough times.
Socrates said "the unexamined life is not worth living." Often, our behavior and our actions are reactive. This means that we act and make decisions viscerally rather than rationally. Visceral reactions are often the result of not taking the time to evaluate the events and experiences that have influenced us. Although emotional responses are part of being human, it is crucial that we build a bridge between the emotional and the rational part of ourselves, so that we are whole and connected.Don't just exist or go through the motions. Live!
Some say attitude and happiness is a choice. That may be true, but sometimes life just has a way of "stealing your happy" and making you cynical. People hurt us and sometimes even steal parts of us. Life is tough and sometimes it's too much to handle. Some events break us.
You are the captain of your ship, and you have the power to navigate where you sail. You just have to learn how to be in control even when the winds of life try to veer you in a direction you do not want to go.