Inspiration · Random Post

So, you’ve had a bad day…

04131522cf37530de49e16d7408f2dc5One of the most valuable things I learned in therapy was this exact statement. My therapist worked so hard to change my rational vs irrational way of thinking. He told me “People love being mad…they live to have something to complain about.” It was mind blowing- and true. Even on my “worst days”, I have to take a deep breath and remember “nothing is going right”, because I am looking for the bad in everything, and I am attracting the negative verse the positive. A bad morning moment (toothpaste on your suit that you didn’t notice until you walk into your morning meeting anyone?) doesn’t mean a bad day. Push to look past the bad moments. Thrive in the good, look for the better. Redirect your energy…stop fueling the bad.

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