I recently was so stressed out about life and work and dealing with a disorder that I finally made the decision to let go of some of things. I cut back my hours at work even though it meant less money coming in and I have never been happier or more at ease. As a result, my marriage has gotten better, my health has improved and I enjoy life more. I work out and that helps ease stress, I stay away from alcohol and other self-medicating substances which I use to use to get me through all of the stress. Ask yourselves this, is the way your living now worth it? Something has to give, in order to get change you have to do something different, I finally realized this at the prompting of my therapist. "If it works fine, if it doesn't do something different." Just a suggestion... our minds can be a trap and we are the only one's who can change it. "Thoughts become words. Words become actions. Actions become habits. Habits become character and character is everything. We have but one life, it is so important to live as stress free as we possibly can even if that means making extremely difficult and scary choices. Change can be a very good thing- think about it. xo
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