As you develop new relationships and allow others to come into your life, you should feel comfortable expressing what is important to you. Maybe for you, a new friendship or relationship does not require daily conversations. This is important for you to keep in perspective. Others may feel that daily interactions are imperative for friendship. If this is not a priority for you, do not let others force this concept upon you. It is an easy trap to fall into if you let others cross your set boundaries. All relationships take compromise and work, but you cannot feel guilty if their desires do not match what you are able to offer. When compromise doesn’t work, don’t feel guilty when you have to let go.
Mental Wellness and Well-Being is about learning to love yourself and prioritize your life. This is a part of the coaching process at Think Right About you. How well do you love you?
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Forgiving yourself allows you to forge ahead with the grace of release. Releasing yourself from behavior you are not proud of will help you to grow in the understanding that who you are in this moment, outweighs what you did in the past.
Celebrate yourself for giving yourself the opportunity to grow and change. Self-forgiveness is internal mercy that allows you to grow and evolve through an evaluation that leads you to a better self.
Mindfulness is the practice of keeping your mind at peace and focused. It is the ability to discipline your thoughts and prevent them from running wild. Have you ever let your mind wander and realized that time eluded you and your purpose at the moment was forgotten? Did you worry yourself sick over recurring and constant thoughts about what if?
The what-ifs of life can take us into a downward spiral and quickly lead us into disparaging thoughts if we are not mindful.
Today, I want to encourage you to keep your mind full of God. This means that your thoughts will be filled with peace and joy. Your mind will be at rest, and your heart will be happy! When stressful thoughts try and press your mind and turn your focus to chaotic rhythms of doubt, redirect your attention to a loving God who already has that worry answered and under control.
Keep your mind full of Him!