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I Am Not the Person I Used to Be

I try to give up all the thoughts that make me feel bad, or even just some of them, doing that changed my life. I don't need negative thoughts. All they have ever given me was a false self that suffers. They are all lies. I remembered who I am and the game changed. Things do not grow better; they remain as they are. It is I who grow better, by the changes I make in myself.

Failures can be called "strengtheners" as they made me determined to reach my goals with the lessons they teach. It's sad when I did not understand myself, or my potential. When I didn't even take the time to get to know my unconsciousness. I can truly learn so much, by simply getting to know the "me" that is behind the reality of myself. Even though my thinking might not be right for others, just so long as it's right for me then that's all what matters.
ozgirl512 · 26-30, F
I think we all get lost in the dark and tumble around.. Then someone turns on a light somewhere ..
Fernie · F
[@516864,ozgirl512] I agree !!
ozgirl512 · 26-30, F
[@331316,Fernie] 😘
Fernie · F
😘[@516864,ozgirl512]
Good for you! It's all part of the aging process, your learning curve, and becoming comfortable in your own skin.

It's been proven that surrounding yourself with positive people makes you more positive. Over time, I've made a concerted effort to dump the negative people in my life. I don't need (or miss) the toxicity they bring. I know who I am and I'm happy with myself.
Madeleine · 41-45, F
[@517284,HarryRidesTheShortBus] Exactly. I try to stay away from negative people and get rid of any negative thought that crosses my mind.

 
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