Find Your Happy Place

Find your Happy Place in YOU…

We are all a little (A lot) restless and stir crazy, because of the angst of COVID19, but it’s definitely not the time to allow boredom or loneliness to hijack your progress of healing!

  • No, the phone calls are NOT harmless
  • Yes, it’s only “CORONA” temporary, and I’m not talking about the beer
  • No, it didn’t make them realize what they didn’t have (It was a matter of a phone contact scroll, until someone took the bait)

Just like you’re bored, so are they. They will find someone that will give them attention, but it doesn’t have to be you. Dig deep, and remember WHY they’re an ex! Once this is over, they’ll start to show you exactly that. Right now it almost feels like you’re in the honeymoon stage, but when it’s all said and done, you’ll be in a post pandemic nightmare. There will be so much healing needed after this is all over, so why add the unnecessary?

Stay focused and use this time wisely. Whatever you were doing before, remember that it worked.

Remember your worth – Remember your PEACE – Use the block feature liberally!

Terry D. 💜xoxo💜

STOP Accepting & Normalizing Dysfunctional Behaviors

We marginalize dysfunctional behavior, by ignoring the signs! There is almost always a root cause for our behavior and mindset! It’s not easy to admit, because we have accepted and normalized dysfunction.

Here are a few steps to healing

1. Acknowledgment – It didn’t happen overnight, and the healing will not either. (Don’t ignore or deny the pain)

2. Accountability – Even if it was the other person’s fault, there is self evaluation that keeps us from toxic relationship repetition. (Be accountable for your part)

3. ACTION – Learn to love and trust you! (The next relationship has to be with yourself)

Everything that we’ve been taught, does not have to be carved in stone. We have to divide the good from the bad, make the necessary adjustments and begin the healing. Life is a lesson, but we tend to relive the same test when we repeat the same mistakes. The good news is; you have the power to plant new seeds!

Terry D.